• Please go to your preferences page and make sure your "See Mature Topics" setting is set. Setting it to "Yes" means you see the Mature Topics forum (contains political and religious debates). Setting it to "No" means you do not see those threads.

Infamous HeidiLynn of Phenoix, dead.

Status
Not open for further replies.

Corri

Est. Contributor
Messages
1,257
Role
Diaper Lover, Babyfur, Incontinent, Carer
HeidiLynn aka William Windsor was found dead January 30th, Heidi was infamously open about his 24/7 AB life style.

Phenoix Times said:
You might say he's gone to that Big Crib in the Sky. William Windsor, better known to Phoenicians as "Baby Man," has sucked his last pacifier. According to Phoenix Police, Windsor -- a former country-western singer, Broadway actor, heir to the Popular Mechanics fortune, and full-time adult baby/diaper lover -- was found dead in his modest home at 1422 E.Weldon Ave. on January 30. He was a few months shy of his 58th birthday.

A postal employee called police after the mail at Windsor's home had built up for a couple of weeks. Phoenix police spokesman Luis Samudio said that a death investigation was under way, and there were no further details available. A call to the Maricopa County Medical Examiner's Office confirmed that it has Windsor's body, and that an autopsy was being performed this morning to determine cause of death.

No word yet on whether Windsor died with his diapers on. A visit to his home this morning found his tan Buick with the license plate "DIAPER 1" parked in his driveway next to empty cat food bowls. In the backyard, frilly pink baby nighties, like the kind Windsor wore 24-7, hung on a clothesline. Through the side door, Windsor's oversize crib, which he slept in as part of adopting the lifestyle of an infant, could be glimpsed in the distance.

Windsor earned minor celebrity through former New Times reporter Joe Watson's 2005 cover story, "Baby Man," which documented Windsor's infantilism and remains one of New Times' most popular stories online. Watson described meeting the beer-drinking, cigarette-smoking adult bambino at a local tavern for their initial interview. Windsor wore "a pink bonnet over his golden locks," a pink dress, a diaper, bobby socks, and patent-leather shoes. According to Watson, Windsor reeked of baby powder.

Although Windsor traced his baby obsession all the way back to his earliest memories, it wasn't until 2004 that he went "24/7 AB/DL," not long after his father's death in late 2003, which netted him a cool $1.25 million inheritance. After that, he went everywhere dressed as an infant. Trained himself to go to the bathroom in his diapers. Ate baby food. Adopted an alter ego named "HeidiLynn." Hired women to "mommy" him.

When Watson did his story, Windsor was living in a small one-bedroom apartment. Documents at the Maricopa County Recorder's office show that he purchased the property at 1422 E. Weldon Ave. in the fall of 2006.

Windsor appeared on a memorable episode of The Jerry Springer Show dedicated to adult babies, and he maintained a Web site about his activities at heidilynnsworld.com. His neighbor Rose Hartman remembered him as a quiet man who mostly kept to himself.

"He never came out in the daytime much," said Hartman, who lives across the street from Windsor's home. "He only came out at night."

Hartman said she never knew Windsor's name, and simply referred to him as "Diaper Man," though Windsor had once introduced himself to her as HeidiLynn. She related that the mail man told her he had looked through Windsor's window to check on him, and saw a mass of flies.

"It smelled like 16 cats had died in there," said Hartman. "When the police came, they had to break down the back door to get in. I don't know where he was [in the house], but the maggots and everything were on him and stuff. He was just like a blob, that's how people described him."

Police would not say how long Windsor had been deceased. Interestingly, the blog site CrankyJennie reported a Baby Man sighting the weekend of January 10 at a local performance of the Broadway musical Hair. According to Watson's story, Windsor "starred in Hair, in the lead role of Claude, at the height of the anti-war movement of the early 1970s."

Windsor's demise has already been noted on the DailyDiapers chat board, where HeidiLynn's comrades and friends are posting remembrances.

"You were never down on life, and we will miss you," writes "Vic" on the thread dedicated to Windsor. "May all of us remember her for the great friend that she was to us all."
 

Pojo

Est. Contributor
Messages
5,919
Role
Private
Now, would he be an example of the "good" or "bad" reflection of AB/DL's?
 

Boogeyman

Est. Contributor
Messages
2,003
Role
Diaper Lover, , Carer
...

You guys are assholes. He's dead. He had the courage to fullfil his dreams, however obscure or grotesque. He didn't have many true friends. And your thinking of how creepy he is and how he reflects us. For shame.
 

Corri

Est. Contributor
Messages
1,257
Role
Diaper Lover, Babyfur, Incontinent, Carer
Now, would he be an example of the "good" or "bad" reflection of AB/DL's?
To tell you the truth, I dont know...
People in his home town enjoyed his presence...
Then again, it creates the image that we all behave like this, It is actually a really hard decision to say whether he was good or bad.
 

IncompleteDude

Est. Contributor
Messages
1,083
Role
Private
I've chatting with him a few times, he seemed like a reasonable guy. He just got rich enough to not give a damn what anyone thinks. I don't think I would do that myself, but I can respect his choice. He never broke the law or hurt anyone. In every interview, he came off as weird but harmless, which accurately reflects abdls. It will always be weird, but people like Heidi taught other people to tolerate it. There's nothing bad about that.
 

DLGrif

Est. Contributor
Messages
527
Role
Diaper Lover, Babyfur
Why did they mention the flies and maggots? That's just poor taste.
 

Chillhouse

Est. Contributor
Messages
3,000
Role
Diaper Lover, Carer
The guy was creepy... and filthy rich.

But i thought he was living with a hired mommy? Where was she? And how did he die?
 

kite

Est. Contributor
Messages
1,936
Role
Diaper Lover, Diaperfur, Carer
i think they were trying to pantomime to how long he was dead before he was found rather than a horribly gone wrong dirty diaper... i hope.
 

Pojo

Est. Contributor
Messages
5,919
Role
Private
If he was already decomposing, then he's been dead well over a day. Kind of sad that it took that long for anyone to notice.
 
M

Mako

Guest
It's an interesting thing to contemplate. He took his desire to the extreme, had fun while he was alive, not caring what anyone thought. But in the end, no one noticed him missing for quite some time, which may have testified to how lonely he may have been because of it.
 

Boogeyman

Est. Contributor
Messages
2,003
Role
Diaper Lover, , Carer
Well, at least he had a purpose in life. To do nothing.
 

Eulogy

ADISC Moderator
Staff
Messages
1,483
Role
Adult Baby, Babyfur
God damn, that really sucks...just wondering what the cause of death was now...
 

Neonite

Tinyflower Bouquet // 🌂🌸🌼💮🌙
Est. Contributor
Messages
721
Role
Adult Baby, Diaper Lover, Little, Other
Why did they mention the flies and maggots? That's just poor taste.
My guess is to note how long it may have been between his death and discovery. They could have done it in a better way, though. >_>

As for the discussion on whether or not he represents us well, I feel that he did just as well as he could, as far as I've heard of him. He was happy and carefree, not caring what others thought. Sure, he was a bit weird, but when you looked past that, he was a good person.

Though I am wondering what the cause was, and where that hired nanny was, as Chill-chill said.
 
C

crazyboy

Guest
i personally do not understand why it is that everyone who goes public with their diaper fetish is always extreme. it always a dude acting like a baby girl, or crazy rocker bitch or something. why can't it ever just be a "normal" person who just wears diapers and goes to work and raises a family (like me). i don't have anything against anybody's fetish, whatever it may be. but a diaper fetish doesn't always envolve cross dressing or acting like a baby, which in my opinion makes a simple diaper fetish look worse to the public. again no offense to anyone........
 
Messages
1,113
Role
Other
i personally do not understand why it is that everyone who goes public with their diaper fetish is always extreme. it always a dude acting like a baby girl, or crazy rocker bitch or something. why can't it ever just be a "normal" person who just wears diapers and goes to work and raises a family (like me). i don't have anything against anybody's fetish, whatever it may be. but a diaper fetish doesn't always envolve cross dressing or acting like a baby, which in my opinion makes a simple diaper fetish look worse to the public. again no offense to anyone........
That's not exactly true. I remember seeing one of the Jerry Springerish shows, and one of the guests was college aged woman, that was dressed normally, acted normally, and talked normally. She discussed the aspects of diaper wearing and was mostly ignored by the host.
 
Status
Not open for further replies.
Top