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Episode 33: Season Finale: Making Manifest All That is Hidden 3
by / on December 21, 2006 at 8:00 pm / in Podcasts, Season 1

Episode 33: Season Finale: Making Manifest All That is Hidden

In the 33rd episode of Out There Radio, we analyze and discuss alternative explanations for the causes of the September 11th attacks. This episode represents the culmination of the alternative historical narrative followed throughout the first season of the show, ultimately bringing us back to the beginning of the series, with a look at 9/11 through the prophetic writings of conspiracy author James Shelby Downard.

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Episode 32: The Beast in Adam Gorightly (Part 2) 0
by / on December 11, 2006 at 8:00 pm / in Podcasts, Season 1

Episode 32: The Beast in Adam Gorightly (Part 2)

Join us for this two part conversation with writer Adam Gorightly – author of The Prankster and the Conspiracy and Death Cults. In the first part, we discuss his book The Prankster and the Conspiracy, a biography of counterculture icon Kerry Thornley. In the second, we discuss a veritable hodgepodge of conspiracy narratives and Adam’s book “The Beast of Adam Gorightly.”

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Episode 31: The Beast in Adam Gorightly (Part 1) 0
by / on December 2, 2006 at 8:00 pm / in Podcasts, Season 1

Episode 31: The Beast in Adam Gorightly (Part 1)

Join us for this two part conversation with writer Adam Gorightly – author of The Prankster and the Conspiracy and Death Cults. In the first part, we discuss his book The Prankster and the Conspiracy, a biography of counterculture icon Kerry Thornley. In the second, we discuss a veritable hodgepodge of conspiracy narratives and Adam’s book “The Beast of Adam Gorightly.”

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Episode 30: The Origins of Regime Change 0
by / on November 22, 2006 at 8:00 pm / in Podcasts, Season 1

Episode 30: The Origins of Regime Change

Regime Change is nothing new. In this episode, we learn how to engineer the military overthrow of a South American government! We look at American involvement in the destabilization and eventual overthrow of the Chilean government in the 70’s in light of the attempted coup in Venezuela in 2002. The similarities will surprise you.

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Episode 29: MLK Assassination (Part 2) 0
by / on October 29, 2006 at 8:00 pm / in Podcasts, Season 1

Episode 29: MLK Assassination (Part 2)

This episode is the second of two dealing with the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. It features a short discussion about the Military Commissions Act of 2006, followed by the second part of our look at the murder of Martin Luther King, Jr. Who was behind Dr. King’s slaying, and will justice every be served?

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Episode 28: MLK Assassination (Part 1) 0
by / on October 23, 2006 at 8:00 pm / in Podcasts, Season 1

Episode 28: MLK Assassination (Part 1)

This episode is the first of two dealing with the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. In this first part, we deal with the events leading up to the assassination, including FBI surveillance and harrassment of Dr. King. Included in this episode is Dr. King’s “Beyond Vietnam” speech, in its entirety, recorded on April 4, 1967 (one year to the day before he was murdered).

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Episode 27: COINTELPRO: The War at Home 0
by / on October 18, 2006 at 8:00 pm / in Podcasts, Season 1

Episode 27: COINTELPRO: The War at Home

What is COINTELPRO? Who’s watching you attend your local Quaker meeting or anti-war protest? Perhaps the hippy sitting next to you is an agent for the federal government? Find out in this episode, in which we discuss the FBI’s domestic counterintelligence program COINTELPRO.

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Episode 26: CIA Cocaine Conspiracy 2
by / on August 25, 2006 at 8:00 pm / in Podcasts, Season 1

Episode 26: CIA Cocaine Conspiracy

In this episode, we look at the alleged CIA cocaine conspiracy operating out of Mena, Arkansas in the 1980s and 90s. Barry Seal, Oliver North and three of the most recent U.S. presidents all show up in connection to this sleepy little town and the shameful crimes surrounding it. The episode is a great follow up to our previous offering on Gary Webb and the origins of the crack epidemic of the early 1980’s.

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