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Sunday 11th November 2018

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Saturday 10th November 2018

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The Great Zodiac Killer Hoax - Thomas Henry Horan

Saturday 10th November 2018

Ed interviews Thomas Henry Horan author of The Great Zodiac Killer Hoax of 1969An exhaustive analysis of the "Zodiac Killer" letters of 1969 reveals the shocking truth that they were a cruel hoax intended to terrorize the public with a fictitious "deranged killer" who took "credit" for the otherwise unrelated murders of five young people in the San Francisco Bay area. The letters are compared, sentence by sentence, with the actual evidence in each crime, which reveals not only that the letters were a hoax, but also reveals the exact sources of the hoaxer's information. This research also reveals, for the first time, that two infamous phone calls from the supposed "Zodiac Killer" were also hoaxes. To learn more:http://zodiackillerhoax1986.freeforums.net https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMnVLP1dcsOCNQEudrNsdsQ


John Paul Rice : A Child's Voice / Michael Jackson Conspiracy Kindle Edition:: Aphrodite Jones

Sunday 4th November 2018

Michael Jackson was the pop icon the media loved to hate. Tremendously wealthy, inarguably eccentric, and one of the most famous people in the world, Jackson was the unenviable target of constant public humiliation. The media poked fun at his skin, his features, his sexuality, and his lifestyle.Here, seasoned crime reporter Aphrodite Jones condemns the media for perpetuating hateful rumors and innuendoes, recounting just the sordid details, and reporting only the most despicable accusations and grisly charges made against Michael Jackson during his criminal trial. They had built a highlyprofitable industry around the superstar's "freaky life" and banked on his conviction. And, it turns out, they got it all wrong. In their efforts to make money and win ratings, the media missed the truth. It wasn't until after the "not guilty" verdict that Jones had the insight and courage to admit her own unintentional role in the frenzy surrounding the shocking testimony, high drama, and countless...