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Category Archives: Spooks
As long as we are doing photo analysis, and the comments beneath the last post were so enlightening, I am tossing another in the mix.
I got into a debate over at the Beatles Never Existed blog and posted some of our evidence about Bill Hicks becoming Alex Jones, or at least links to it. I find it interesting how I am immediately suspected of … Continue reading
We have found here in our research that people we call “spooks,” or Intelligence agents or assets, love to both signal one another and leave clever signatures. Often the signals are numerical, with the numbers 8, 11, 33, 47, 555 … Continue reading
Miles Mathis posted a paper I wrote showing that the famous Dreyfus Affair was a manufactured hoax. For those of you coming here from that paper, welcome! Below I have a brief clarification about the goals of the Dreyfus affair plus … Continue reading
Speaking of fake events, I’ve been devoting my spare time lately to a little research project having to do with Dave McGowan’s book, Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon, subtitled Laurel Canyon, Covert Ops & the Dark heart of the Hippie … Continue reading
Amazingly, Pogie doesn’t get that Obama’s failure to do anything about Guantanamo these last seven years is deliberate policy, that there was never any connection between words and deeds. He (or his ghost writer) sees the latest attempt as a … Continue reading
“God is in the detail” (Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, German architect, attributed) I have been watching old episodes of Columbo, a TV series that ran sporadically from 1968 through 2003, and starring Peter Falk. He was a wonderful character … Continue reading
Bernard J. Haire owned a small storefront business two doors down from the Texas Theater in on November 22, 1963. On that day, witnessing commotion on the street in front of his store, he went to the back alley and … Continue reading