Kent Heckenlively

Kent Heckenlively


Kent Heckenlively is an attorney, science teacher, author, and father of a daughter with autism. He is a founding contributing editor of the website Age of Autism and his work can regularly be found on The Bolen Report. In 2017 he was banned for three years from traveling to Australia for a planned lecture series on corruption at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). In 2018, his articles at The Bolen Report are regularly shadow-banned by Facebook, so we can only imagine what kind of trouble he’s going to get into as the year progresses.



Past Shows:

  • Facebook Censorship / North Carolina Haunting

    Whistleblower Ryan Hartwig discussed his time working as a content moderator on Facebook. Author Kent Heckenlively joined the conversation. Followed by Lynn Monet on her experiences in a haunted house in North Carolina.More »
  • Medical Corruption & Coronavirus / Practicing Black Magic

    Kent Heckenlively and Judy Mikovits shared revelations about coronavirus and medical corruption. Followed by E.A. Koetting on his black magick practice.More »
  • Vaccine Opposition / The Phoenix Lights

    Kent Heckenlively spoke about his concern over the safety of vaccinations. Followed by Dr. Lynne Kitei recalling the Phoenix Lights sighting of 1997.More »
  • Autism & Vaccinations/ Haunted Real Estate

    Kent Heckenlively discussed the connections between autism and vaccinations. Followed by Mark Anthony, the "Psychic Lawyer," on haunted properties.More »
  • Autism & Vaccines/ Chronic Pain

    Author Kent Heckenlively reported on a cover-up in the connection between autism and vaccines. Followed by Dr. David Hanscom on how to control chronic pain.More »
  • Retrovirus Revelation/ Current Events

    In the first half, science teacher and attorney Kent Heckenlively, and Judy Mikovits, who earned her PhD in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and studied immunology, and virology, shared the revelation that a retrovirus is linked to chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), prostate...More »