Jim DiEugenio is the author of Destiny Betrayed, which was about the Garrison investigation of the Kennedy assassination published in 1992, He is the co-author and editor of The Assassinations: Probe Magazine on JFK, MLK, RFK and Malcolm X. He co-edited Probe Magazine from 1993-2000 and he was a guest commentator on the anniversary issue of the film JFK re-released by Warner Brothers this year. He lives in Los Angeles and has a MA in Contemproary American History from California State University Northridge.
Many ancient civilizations speak of contact with beings who come from elsewhere. Filmmaker Ali Siadatan's research into UFOs has inspired him to make a documentary exploring the connection between accounts of ancient flying machines and modern day UFO phenomena. Ali joined Richard Syrett to share his perspectives on the UFO debate, and discuss whether current sightings fall within the scope of... More »Host: Richard Syrett
On the anniversary of JFK's assassination, host Richard Syrett welcomed several guests who shared their latest research on the topic. In the first half, radio host Brent Holland revealed the insider knowledge he gleaned from trusted Kennedy advisor Ted Sorenson. Next, JFK researcher Adam Gorightly discussed Kerry Thornley, who became friends with Lee Harvey Oswald when the two served together in... More »Host: Richard Syrett
In the first half, JFK assassination researcher Michael Cohen shared his theory that Madame Nhu, the de facto First Lady of South Vietnam, instigated the president's assassination, as revenge for Kennedy having ordered the CIA to kill her husband in a coup attempt. In the latter half, researcher Jim DiEugenio discussed his decades of work uncovering new information about who was behind the... More »Host: George Noory
In a rebroadcast of the 4-hour "JFK Panel" from 11/20/03, Jim Marrs, Jim diEugenio, Zach Shelton, and James Fetzer shared assassination theories and evidence. ... More »Host: George Noory
With the 40th anniversary of the JFK assassination just around the corner, Thursday's program featured 4 guests sharing their views of the shattering event. In the first hour, investigator Zach Shelton and journalist Jim Marrs appeared together. Shelton gave details of his interview with two FBI agents who were present at the autopsy, as well as his conversation with "James Files," a... More »Host: George Noory