Conrad Hilton, the founder of the Hilton hotel chain and the great-grandfather of Paris Hilton sure was smart. He tried to prevent the train-wreck his whorish descendants have created but was thwarted by his own children.

Conrad Hilton died on January 3, 1979, in Santa Monica, California at age 91 from natural causes. He is interred at Calvary Hills Cemetery, in Dallas, Texas.

His estate founded the Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize. He left $250,000 to each of his surviving siblings and $10,000 to each of his nieces and nephews. Most of his monetary values went to the Roman Catholic Church and charities. However, Conrad's son Barron contested the will and won in 1988. The net worth of Barron and his descendants then jumped to over US$335 million.

So that's why we're forced to read about Paris' weekly prostitutions. Good job, Barron!

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