JFK conspiracy-theory update — prior probability (Reblog)

The government is once again “postponing” the release of the next batch of JFK assassination records. For your reference, here is the official announcement.JFK conspiracy-theory update — prior probability

The JFK Assassination and the Garrison “Investigation”. Interview with Fred Litwin — ForenSeek – Mysteries, Crimes, Curiosities (Reblog)

Whenever I read an interesting book, I promote it on my Instagram and try to get an interview from the author for my blog. I read the book On the Trail of Delusion some weeks ago, and was lucky enough to score an interview with its author, Mr. Fred Litwin. During the interview, we discuss […]The … Continue reading The JFK Assassination and the Garrison “Investigation”. Interview with Fred Litwin — ForenSeek – Mysteries, Crimes, Curiosities (Reblog)

SOMETHING GREAT HAPPENED 57 YEARS AGO TODAY- NOVEMBER 22, 1963 — slicethelife (Reblog)

November 22, 1963 was a dark day in history with the assassination of President John F. Kennedy- and with the assassination the deaths of C.S. Lewis and Aldous Huxley received little attention at the time. One great thing did happen on this day though- The Beatles released their second album in the UK- With The […]SOMETHING … Continue reading SOMETHING GREAT HAPPENED 57 YEARS AGO TODAY- NOVEMBER 22, 1963 — slicethelife (Reblog)

JFK and RFK: ‘The Brothers’ by David Talbot – Book Review

There have been many books written about John Fitzgerald Kennedy and his brother, Robert Francis Kennedy, both victims of assassination. In my opinion this is one of the best. Impeccably researched, this book, 'The Brothers' (Pocket Books/Simon & Schuster), written by David Talbot, roughly covers that roller coaster period from JFK's inauguration on January 20 … Continue reading JFK and RFK: ‘The Brothers’ by David Talbot – Book Review

The Beeching Railway Cuts Are Still A Disaster Today in 2020, Especially for Wales

But it seems to me and hosts of others that Wales was the most hit, where only three major lines were left and none connecting the highly populated south to the rest of the principality.