Sidney Walton Veteran, Paul Walton,...A complete Fraud
A whole tour of Sidney Walton is a complete scam. Mr. Walton, 100 years old is being paraded around by his son Paul in an effort to collect donations. Sidney Walton unfortunately is unaware of what is happening to him.
I know this because I was the tour manager and the press agent until I discovered that the whole story about regretting meeting Civil War veterans in New York City Central Park was a complete fabrication.
There never was on record a meeting of Civil War veterans in Central Park! I also discovered that Mr. Walton did not break his leg in basic training but, he did break his leg in Fiji while parasailing.
The entire Walton family Is using their 100-year-old father as a organ grinder uses a monkey. Another truth is that Mr. Walton never inlisted in the United States Army he was inducted.
Sidney Walton is not living off a Meager veterans pension but, he is living off of a substantial government pension Of almost $100,000 per year. There are many lies that the Waltons are perpetrating on the general public and the media that should be exposed.
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Beware of Gosidneygo and Paul Walton Sidney Walton. The whole thing is bs and a sickening display of self promotion
100 year old WW2 vet Sydney Walton’s daughter is a Marriott Hotel exec and so her dad and brother Paul get great benefits/rates, helping them to travel like they do.. especially for their No Regrets Tour in honor of Sydney’s birthday. I had them as special guests at my annual big holiday party and they were a hit, mingled well and graciously posed for photos.
Father and son travel by car or rent one…and are guests at events where people can make a fuss over him. I have known Paul Walton since 1997..running into him at national events and locally when he visits relatives.
Yes, media please note the son is using his elderly father.
My wife and I met the gentleman Paul Walton and witnessed him feeding his elderly father caffeinated beverages when the dad Sidney Walton was falling asleep in his wheelchair. I overheard the son saying something about how the father had to stay awake to do an interview. At nearly 100, shouldn’t a man have a right to nap? We chatted briefly with them, and the father did indeed seem to suffer from dementia. Also, though the son claims it has been the father’s dream to travel around the country, in the May 30, 1994 People magazine interview, the son says, “My dream is to travel the world and live off room service.” So the son is using his elderly, frail father to live out his own dream, getting free hotel rooms and free room service. Something is not right here, and for the protection of the elderly Sidney Walton, they should be investigated.