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Evidence: Marilyn Monroe was to reveal JFK saw crashed UFO debris

New evidence has just been released supporting the authenticity of a leaked CIA document allegedly of wiretaps of Marilyn Monroe and her friends shortly before her suspicious death on August 4, 1962. The wiretap document revealed that Monroe was planning to give a press conference about what President Kennedy had told her of a visit […]

Using Lasers on Satellites to Control Weather

  Aluminum foil hats probably won’t help but mirrored fedora sales may go up if either of these new weather control ideas get off the ground, into space and aiming lasers at our heads. At the Climate Engineering Conference 2014 held on August 18-21 in Berlin, Germany, two scientists presented differing proposals for altering the […]

The Real Stories Behind Disney

Below is a collection of details that Disney chose to leave out of all of these book/fairy tale/play adaptations.  “Cinderella”: In the Brothers Grimm version, one of Cinderella’s evil stepsisters cuts off her toes, and the other her heel so they can both fit into the tiny glass slipper. The prince is notified by little […]

Area 51 Personnel Feel ‘Betrayed’ By Annie Jacobsen’s Soviet-Nazi UFO Connection

A bestselling book on Area 51 is so controversial that it has shocked even its sources with an outrageous claim that the infamous Roswell, N.M., UFO crash of 1947 was really caused by Soviet leader Joseph Stalin and one of the most notorious Nazi criminals. A group of retired test pilots, engineers and military personnel […]

Operation Paperclip

In the fall of 1944, the United States and its allies launched a secret mission code-named Operation Paperclip. The aim was to find and preserve German weapons, including biological and chemical agents, but American scientific intelligence officers quickly realized the weapons themselves were not enough. Operation Paperclip was a postwar U.S. intelligence program that brought […]

U.S. Senate report to suggest harsh CIA interrogations were unnecessary

2014-08-01, Chicago Tribune/Reuters A U.S. Senate committee report will conclude that the CIA’s use of harsh interrogation after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks yielded no critical intelligence on terrorist plots that could not have been obtained through non-coercive methods, U.S. officials familiar with the document said. [The] report [is] expected to suggest that the “enhanced” […]

JFK: Mary Pinchot Meyer, Mistress

Assassinated By CIA, New Book Says WASHINGTON — Conspiracy theorists who question President John F. Kennedy’s assassination in 1963 have, over the years, become obsessed with another murder. On Oct. 12, 1964, socialite and artist Mary Pinchot Meyer, a longtime Kennedy mistress, was shot execution-style in broad daylight while walking along the Georgetown canal towpath. […]