Star

Glasgow, KY

#22 Feb 20, 2009
Really wrote:
I have the book, but had forgotten about it. I'm going to get it out and read it. Oh yes, the stories I've heard about Paulines!
What is the name of the book ...on the cover, to look for on ebay?
Thinking

Munfordville, KY

#23 Feb 20, 2009
Does anyone what happened to any of the girls that worked there?
Gary

Glasgow, KY

#24 Feb 20, 2009
I have a friend who worked there in the 60's.
For the money

Edmonton, KY

#25 Feb 20, 2009
Gary wrote:
I have a friend who worked there in the 60's.
i was broke in there.My father made me masterbate before i went in so i could get my moneys worth.His name was placed in the book as one of the most frequent vistors.I graduated law school and now I have a few ladies on the side.
Bodacious

AOL

#26 Feb 20, 2009
Now that almost all of the Glasgow police department is behind bars or has resigned, it might be a good time to consider starting up a brothel in Glasgow. It would really help to stimulate the economy and other things as well.

Maybe we could incorperate and sell stock. What do y'all think?

The one big problem would be to find ho's to work there. I've seen a lot of threads about ho's at TJ, surely they could make more money in our brothel than TJ pays them.
Really

Glasgow, KY

#28 Feb 20, 2009
Star wrote:
<quoted text>
What is the name of the book ...on the cover, to look for on ebay?
It is called "Pauline's: Madam on Clay Street". It usually sells pretty cheap, but sometimes they list it at an unreasonable price. Keep checking ebay and you can get it for around $10.00.
affluent

Glasgow, KY

#29 Feb 20, 2009
Interested wrote:
I would LOVE to start a Brothel.
I know I would make one HELL of a Madam.
Let me know IF anyone is interested.
I CAN make a GREAT initial investment.
I am VERY serious
Good luck with your proposed enterprise.
native

Glasgow, KY

#30 Feb 21, 2009
when i was 12 went to bgwith dad to pick up new car the ownerwas going to deliver her new cadilac to her farm we followed him and she invited us in to see her antiques u want believe her farm house it was gorgeous with the best antiques money could buy, nedless tosay i did not tell mom
Just Me

Cave City, KY

#31 Feb 21, 2009
There are several types of books out on Paulines - there were "regular" editions, paperback, special hard backs with red velvet covering in a special box, and satin ones. There may be other kinds, but those I have seen. The paperbacks and regular hardback books are most common. The satin and velvet ones were "special" editions and are in the $100 + range.

I have 3 of the different types of books from Paulines, one of her antiques, know 2 of the women that worked there, and a lot of memories of where the house was in BG. But I was a child when it closed. I"ve just always been fascinated by the history of Paulines - she was quite the madamn!
Bodacious

AOL

#32 Feb 21, 2009
Really wrote:
<quoted text>
It is called "Pauline's: Madam on Clay Street". It usually sells pretty cheap, but sometimes they list it at an unreasonable price. Keep checking ebay and you can get it for around $10.00.
My copy is authographed and I have a certified numbered brick. What is that worth?
Bodacious

AOL

#33 Feb 21, 2009
Interested wrote:
I would LOVE to start a Brothel.
I know I would make one HELL of a Madam.
Let me know IF anyone is interested.
I CAN make a GREAT initial investment.
I am VERY serious
We need to talk. I think we could make a lot of money. Not sure how to contact each other without telling the entire world. Any ideas?
Bob

Gwynn Oak, MD

#34 Oct 8, 2009
There was a place in Louisville in the 70s called Pauline's Body Shop. Was that one of her palces or was that another Pauline?
Jason

Hendersonville, TN

#35 Apr 28, 2010
I have as many bricks from Paulines as you need from 627 Clay Street Bowling Green Ky. These are the real thing not fackes, comes with a plack and a letter stating that they are real, all numbered. E-mail me with more info if needed. magicjason@comcast.net
Truthteller

Glasgow, KY

#36 Apr 28, 2010
music lover wrote:
<quoted text>
Any good brothels? Yeah, in the late 70s, there was one in Louisville.
A guy named Mike ran it. Class act. Not easy to find, but well worth
it.
Believe it or not, I know about the operation Mike ran. A girl named Jackie turned me on
to it. You would go in and look the girls over, have a beer, then pick one out. It was like
a candy store. I returned many times. Almost all the girls were amateurs making money
on the side. Prices varied, depending on the girl, from $ 50 to $100. The only problem
was that Mike moved around and it was hard to keep up.
Seriously

Glasgow, KY

#37 Apr 29, 2010
I have a few numbered bricks from there and seriously I have the milk can that she used to block the drive with. Pauline gave it to my Grandfather right before she closed down for good.
Pauline is missed

Glasgow, KY

#38 Aug 7, 2010
Paulines great grandson has the actual milk can.Saw a brick on ebay recently sell for $200! The bricks where $4 each when sold in 1971! Would have been nice to buy a bunch back then. The velvet colored book that she autographed sells for about $200 there where only 5,000 of those special books made. She is buried in Fairview Cemetary in Bowling Green. She died in 1992 in Texas, but was brought back to Bowling Green. The old house was at 629 clay street, which is now about where those grain cilo's are by the railroad tracks. Gool ol' Pauline
pat

Cincinnati, OH

#39 Sep 3, 2010
Pauline Tabor wrote:
Someone was asking about Pauline's.
If you want to read the book by the celebrated madam and her life of running brothels including the famous Clay Street brothel in Bowling Green, you can download it from the links below (all 255 pages).
Shame there aren't any good brothels like that anymore:)
http://tinyurl.com/Paulines1
http://tinyurl.com/Paulines2
Have original book signed in red velvet cover
pat

Cincinnati, OH

#40 Sep 3, 2010
have original red velvet book signed
Aunt Blabby

Glasgow, KY

#41 Sep 3, 2010
I have a copy of the book (hard cover) and a brick that I purchased on e-bay 2-3 years ago. Think I paid around $20.00. Never had the pleasure of visiting the place but remember hearing many interesting stories. Although Pauline states in the book that she didn't hire WKU girls to work there, many former customers seem to disagree on this point.
Pat Duvane

Sellersburg, IN

#42 Oct 19, 2010
I own brick #1882. It was left to me by a graduate of WKU and a real buddy who passed in 1994. I was there once and she came out with a phone in her hand. Told the person on the other end, "I'll tell you one damn thing, we ain't selling it over the phone." I was green and in high school...got the hell out of there. Anyone know how many of the bricks were sold.

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