Douglas "Fausty" Spink

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Douglas "Fausty" Spink (March 17, 1971(p63) - 2020) was a famous zoophile and a central character in the book Uniquely Dangerous. Raised in Fox Chapel, Pennsylvania, Spink spent his early years (2-4) pony riding and fox hunting(p67). At 11-12, he had won 2 young pony hunter championships(p67). During the summer of 1993, he worked for a dog breeder(p71), it was here he had his first sexual experience with a canine(pg67).

After high school he attended Reed College in Portland - he often brought his Golden Retriever Gifford to class with him(p70).

In 1993 Spink earned a degree in Cultural Anthropology, and quickly moved to Chicago the following year(p71). After the move, he went on to earn a Masters in Business Administration at the University of Chicago's Graduate School of Business, and get married(p71). He worked his way to a well-paying job at Boston Consulting group(p71) in the same year, eventually ending up as the Financial Director of Safecard Services(p71).

In 1996 Spink founded Timberline Direct(p73), a company he sold two years later for $5.4M(p73). He used a portion of this money to purchase Capone, a race horse, for $27,000(p73), and found Timberline Farms in Beaverton, Portland, an organisation that imported and bred Grand Prix show jumping horses(p75) and that eventually required $30,000 a month in operating fees(p76). He also, along with his wife, ran a Golden Retriever rescue and breeding organisation(p75). The white star Capone donned on his forehead was the inspiration for the identical tattoo on Spink's arm(p73).

At some point in the late 90s, he was outed by another zoo(p81). This perhaps led to the separation of him and his wife from the same year up to 2001, though they were still partners. However, in 2003, Spink ended his marriage when he took custody of his Golden Retriever Rion(p87).

Family

Spink had one sister, Joy, who was born three years prior to him(p63).