Is JonBenét Ramsey now a Fox News Anchor?

Note to Readers: I made a note a while back to review this post, as when I first did it I made the mistake of comparing photos of a child to determine if more than one had been used to play the part of “JonBenét Ramsey.” That was a pointless enterprise, as 1) we do not even know if such a child even existed, and 2) messing with photos of children is wasted time, as they change rapidly and we cannot predict what they will look like as adults.

Below you will find but one photo of “JonBenét”, but enough other information in order to judge for yourself that the event was an elaborate hoax. There’s another similar event in Europe, the disappearance of “Madeleine McCann,” that bears close scrutiny as well. It is similar to “JonBenét” in that both police and parents seem indifferent. I conclude at the end here that I was going to take a look at that matter, but never did. Maybe someone else wants a shot at it.

I just re-read what I wrote back then, and do not change a word. There was no murder, no child, no pedophile ring, no investigation. It was all a TV show.


The Fake Murder of JonBenét Ramsey

One of the most sensational murder cases of last century concerned six-year old girl JonBenét Ramsey, found dead in the family basement in Boulder, Colorado on December 25th, 1996. Coming as it did on the heels of the OJ Simpson trial, it served to capture the public’s attention for several years. Just last week (originally written 11/2016) a local station was revisiting the crime here in the Denver radio market.

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Boston Marathon,, Dave McGowan and limited hangouts

The website is not listed in the blogroll on the right, nor will it be any time soon. I do not know what to make of it. I first ran across it when I began looking into the Boston Marathon Bombing hoax. It was there I first encountered clear color photos of the actors in the Marathon bombing, such as the one below.


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Wagging the Moondoggie

The post below operates on the assumption that the reader understands that the moon landings were a hoax. But I don’t really know that about my readers, in fact I suspect many cling tenaciously to the lie. So I want to address two aspects of the lie – first, allowing yourself to doubt, and second, debunking sites that protect the lie to this day, almost 47 years from the first fake landing.

article-0-063396B8000005DC-918_468x409While the late Dave McGowan was working on his Laurel Canyon series, his wife sent him an article about how a supposed moon rock that the U.S. had gifted to the Dutch turned out to be petrified wood. It caused a lot of embarrassment. McGowan, never one put off by what people might think of him, decided to take a detour and wrote a series called Wagging the Moondoggie. It was up on the Internet at one time, but since his death his son has taken down all of his writings with a promise they will reappear someday with some spit and polish on them. Fortunately, I made pdf copies last summer when I heard Dave was ill. This is from his opening paper:

And yet, despite the fact that [Apollo] was a relatively benign lie, there is a tremendous reluctance among the American people to let go of the notion that we sent men to the Moon. There are a couple of reasons for that, one of them being that there is a romanticized notion that those were great years – years when one was proud to be an American. And in this day and age, people need that kind of romanticized nostalgia to cling to.

But that is not the main reason that people cling so tenaciously, often even angrily, to what is essentially the adult version of Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy. What primarily motivates them is fear. But it is not the lie itself that scares people; it is what that lie says about the world around us and how it really functions. For if NASA was able to pull off such an outrageous hoax before the entire world, and then keep that lie in place for four decades, what does that say about the control of the information we receive? What does that say about the media, and the scientific community, and the educational community, and all the other institutions we depend on to tell us the truth? What does that say about the very nature of the world we live in?

That is what scares the hell out of people and prevents them from even considering the possibility that they could have been so thoroughly duped. It’s not being lied to about the Moon landings that people have a problem with, it is the realization that comes with that revelation: if they could lie about that, they could lie about anything.

Indeed, that is the basis for fear, and indeed they have lied about everything. Am I jumping too far ahead of you there? Would you rather I take it one lie at a time? OK.

And, by the way, I disagree with Dave that this lie is “benign.” It was used to divert billions of dollars into other secret programs, most involving weaponry, some of which might well have been put on demonstration on 9/11 – pure speculation, but something turned those buildings to dust. Everything is connected to everything else. The Apollo hoax was a most contemptuous affair, a sign that even at that time we had already lost control of our own government. And there were murders committed on the way.

In another paper (there are 14) he mentions, once he took the dive, how easy it was to judge that the program was a hoax. This has been my experience. All you have to do is look at the evidence. It is kind of a no-brainer, to the point where I have to think that if you have looked at the evidence and still believe Apollo was real, you might be cognitively impaired.

(The rest of this piece was re-posted as “debunking sites” above.)


Dave McGowan: Whoosh!es on out

As I read it, Dave McGowan died last December. Author of Weird Scenes in the Canyon, about the intelligence connections of various and medocre musicians of the period 1965-75 in Los Angeles, McGowan touched on a lot of topics, but never really followed through.

He also touched on serial killers, the moon landings, the Lincoln assassination, but never really followed through. I assumed his work was incomplete because he made his living doing other things and only wrote as a sideline. That has to be a working premise.

But some of the stuff he missed is monumentally important. His work appears to be nothing more and a compendium of the known, with nothing new or important divulged. With Weird Scenes he did not take time to attempt to run down any of the musicians still living to get their reactions. That would seem basic. Crosby, Stills and Nash just broke up, again,  and the old farts will probably go to their graves never having been confronted about their shady pasts. That’s a crime.

This has led some to speculate that McGowan was a disinformation agent, appointed to lead opposition and make sure they never learn anything important. His death, sudden (lung cancer) is not accompanied by obituaries that I can find. If anyone has links, please supply them.

Here is the biggest link missed by McGowan, and also by another person thought to be a cutting edge researcher, Mae Brussel: Sharon Tate’s father, Colonel Paul Tate, along with so many others in the LA scene in the late sixties, was a government agent. He was not just a suit, but an infiltrator. He dressed like and smelled like the hippies of the time. He was in and around the canyon during the Manson affair.

This is vital information, never mentioned, and which opens the door to speculation, reinforcing current theories that the Tate murders were staged, as was the trial, in order to kill the hippie movement and discredit the Vietnam War resistance, which had been linked with hippies in mainstream media.

Hey Dave: Whoosh!

[Here is an interesting link on Tate/LaBianca.] Lots of information to digest.

Now it can be told …

I’ve been reading the book Drugs as Weapons Against Us by John L. Potash. It’s a remarkable compendium of things already known, with nothing new. The author misses some very important details, such as the probable intelligence connections of people like Bernadine Dohrn and Obama’s good buddy, Bill Ayers (and, by the way, Sharon Tate … another Mathis discovery). Looking into Potash’s past I found that he is Jewish, graduated Columbia, and apparently has parents with no names or backgrounds. That all adds up to exactly nothing, of course. But I wonder if he knew Obama when Obama was a ghost student at Columbia.

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Of mythology and fake deaths

My older brother was a Catholic priest, and an excellent man. He was scholarly, wise and caring, so that the influence that he exerted over his parishioners was done for good. In private conversations I came to realize that he did not believe in the mythology of Christianity, and yet was happy to “preach the gospels” because within the mythology is a recipe for personal happiness without harming others. If it turned out that Jesus and Mary were not real, and all of the saints and martyrs were merely reincarnations of pagan gods, it did not matter. He used mythology for good.

Most people are simply not capable of grasping the hard cold reality of life as it is, and need their myths.

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Notes in passing

This caused pain …

Dave McGowan, author of Weird Scenes in the Canyon, an inconclusive expose’ of the music scene in Los Angeles in the mid-sixties, along with other works, has inoperable cancer. I think he smokes.

I’ll be spending time soon PDFing all of his website writing, most not published.

Couple this with the an aggressive form of breast cancer hitting DM Murdock (Acharya S), author of The Christ Conspiracy and Did Moses Exist?, among many other works, and it is a double whammy. I don’t know them personally, but feel like I do, and have great fondness for them.

It makes me wonder why George H.W. Bush has lived so long and well. Why do the good die young, while old creepy cynical psychopaths linger on and on and on …?