Post Tagged with: "JFK"
Jim Marrs joins us for an hour-long interview about JFK, the new world order and his new book. Austin Gandy returns with an outrageous segment from the Invisible College. Raymond and Joe give their final goodbyes, play listener-submitted clips and announce their plans for the future. Recorded in front of a live studio audience!Read more ›
Assassination, exorcism, and the 2012 apocalypse, all on the 39th episode of Out There Radio. We talk to Lawrence E. Joseph, author of a new book “Apocalypse 2012: A Scientific Investigation into Civilization’s End.” Mr. Joseph discusses the various paths to catastrophe possible in our near future.Read more ›
Legendary CIA spook E. Howard Hunt passed away on January 23, 2007. The 36th episode of Out There Radio is a scathing expose of an American bad guy. We discuss Hunt’s involvement in everything from the 1954 coup in Guatemala, to the Bay of Pigs invasion, to Watergate, and bid farewell, or rather good riddance, to this Cold War relic.Read more ›
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.”Read more ›
A journey into the life, mysterious death and strange beliefs of William Cooper. This conspiracy theorist and short wave radio host was dubbed “The most dangerous talk show host in America” by then President Clinton. Find out why on the 15th episode of Out There Radio.Read more ›
This week, we’ll delve into the identities of the possible assassins, their motives, and the different competing conspiracy theories that triangulate around Dealey Plaza.Read more ›
The first half of our JFK assassination conspiracy theories special features a lively discussion about the basic elements of the assassination, as well as an examination of some of the more obvious problems with the official record.Read more ›