Donald Jeffries has been researching the JFK assassination since the mid-1970s, when he was a teenage volunteer for Mark Lane's Citizens Committee of Inquiry. He is very active on all the JFK assassination forums, and has been a moderator on the London Spartacus Education Forum for several years. His first published book, the acclaimed 2007 novel The Unreals, has been compared to Alice in Wonderland and The Wizard of Oz. Hidden History is his first nonfiction book.
Author Donald Jeffries delved into the 'Paul is Dead' legend which questions the identity of The Beatles member Paul McCartney. Followed by Dutch researcher Gerard Aartsen who discussed the life and work of alleged UFO contactee George Adamski.More »
Jason Gleaves delved into the UFO experiences of people involved in ufology as well as discussed his analysis of UFO images. Don Jeffries examined how the collective wealth of America has been channeled from the poor and middle class to a handful of plutocratic elites.More »
Author Donald Jeffries discussed his book, On Borrowed Fame, which explores the darker side of fame. Researcher Micah Hanks provided an update on a proposal to setup a U.S. government office to look into UAPs.More »
In the first half, Richard Syrett welcomed researcher and author Don Jeffries for a discussion on the conspiratorial nature of the current US presidential election. During the second half of the program, biblical prophecy expert Carl Gallups talked about the implications of...More »
Filling in for George, Richard Syrett welcomed researcher and author,Don Jeffries, whose new work, Hidden History, chronicles a wide variety of issues that have plagued US history. Whether it's the assassinations of John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Iran-Contra, the...More »
In the first half, author and conspiracy researcher Donald Jeffries discussed such topics as the JFK assassination, the death Of JFK Jr., 9-11, and Bohemian Grove. In the latter half, rock historian R. Gary Patterson and researcher Xaviant Haze addressed some of the...More »