No joke. Sometime after the autopsy of assassinated president John F. Kennedy, someone nicked his brain. And it’s been missing ever since. I did quite a bit of digging on this one, half-convinced the missing brain story was a fiction or hoax that had been re-reported as fact in mainstream media, thereby becoming an urban… Continue reading JFK’s missing brain: did the people protecting the grassy knoll shooter steal it?
Were JFK and Marilyn Monroe’s deaths linked? Find out in my story “The Babushka Lady”, now published in “The Chronos Chronicles”
Did you ever wonder if the deaths of Marilyn Monroe and John F. Kennedy might be connected? The lead character in my short story The Babushka Lady is on the trail of the killer — but is everything as it seems? The Babushka Lady is the latest of the Million Eyes short stories to be released. It's a time… Continue reading Were JFK and Marilyn Monroe’s deaths linked? Find out in my story “The Babushka Lady”, now published in “The Chronos Chronicles”
Oswald and the KGB — shock revelations in the JFK files
The truth is out. The long-awaited JFK files are here and reveal that Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone. There really was a second shooter, firing from the grassy knoll. And as many of us have thought for decades, we finally know that President John F. Kennedy was assassinated as a result of a… Continue reading Oswald and the KGB — shock revelations in the JFK files
Operation Northwoods – a real government conspiracy exposed
“We could blow up a US ship in Guantanamo Bay and blame Cuba.” Yes, these are the actual words of the US Department of Defence (DoD) and Joint Chiefs of Staff, part of a corrupt plan to start a phony war with Cuba. The villain of a story is often its driving force and most… Continue reading Operation Northwoods – a real government conspiracy exposed
Positive feedback from Julie Crisp and other “Million Eyes” news
Howdy! I thought I’d do a little news round-up – with a few hot-off-the-press titbits – in relation to my science fiction conspiracy novel, Million Eyes, and its accompanying short stories... So I joined Rushmoor Writers in Hampshire at the start of this year and essentially I’ve been reading Million Eyes to them, chapter by… Continue reading Positive feedback from Julie Crisp and other “Million Eyes” news
Babushka Lady and Umbrella Man – the enduring mystery of the unidentified JFK witnesses
The assassination of JFK is the United States' most notorious and widely believed conspiracy theory. Numerous questions, suspicions and coincidences surround that fateful day, including several mysterious witnesses that were caught on film and still haven’t been identified... Polls have shown that the majority of Americans still believe that Lee Harvey Oswald did not act… Continue reading Babushka Lady and Umbrella Man – the enduring mystery of the unidentified JFK witnesses
The CIA have confessed to assassinating Marilyn Monroe
Just over a month ago, retired CIA agent Normand Hodges made an astonishing confession: he was part of an assassination taskforce for the US government and murdered 37 people, including Marilyn Monroe… An article by World News Daily Report reported on 25th March that 78-year-old retired CIA agent Normand Hodges had admitted to committing 37… Continue reading The CIA have confessed to assassinating Marilyn Monroe
The ‘Real’ Men In Black – Aliens, Majestic-12 or Mirage Men?
For many people, the Men in Black are Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones, zapping people’s memories in the popular 1997 comedy and its sequels. For others, Men in Black are a very real threat… For decades, men in black suits, sunglasses and hats have been making house calls to unsuspecting victims, normally those who… Continue reading The ‘Real’ Men In Black – Aliens, Majestic-12 or Mirage Men?
Sceptics or nuts? A brief look at why people believe in conspiracy theories
From correctly believing that President Nixon and his administration were covering up the Watergate burglary, to thinking the world is under the control of lizard people from outer space... Where does rational thought end and lunacy begin? Recent polls show that 50% of Americans believe in medical conspiracy theories. Mobile phones are causing cancer, but large… Continue reading Sceptics or nuts? A brief look at why people believe in conspiracy theories