Joan Mellen

Joan Mellen

Biography:

Joan Mellen is a Professor in the Department of English at Temple University and an author of seventeen books. In 2004, Temple University awarded her one of their most coveted Great Teacher awards, for outstanding achievement. She is also well-known for her biographies of Lillian Hellman and Danshiell Hammett, Kay Boyle and Bob Knight.

Her latest book, "A Farewell to Justice: Jim Garrison, JFK's Assassination and The Case That Should Have Changed History begins with Jim Garrison's New Orleans investigation of the Kennedy assassination, and contains a biographical look at Jim Garrison, the man who became the only public official ever to bring anyone connected with the murder of President Kennedy before the bar of justice.

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Past Shows:

  • JFK Assassination Special III

    Three authors each shared their theories about who was behind the assassination of JFK. Lamar Waldron said the legacy of secrecy behind the murder has continued to impact American history. He cited Bobby Kennedy as being a central figure in the story.More »

Last Night

Lost Civilization / The Angelic Realm
Lost Civilization / The Angelic Realm
Aerospace engineer Mark Carlotto shared theories about Earth's shifting poles, crust displacement, and ancient mass extinctions. Followed by spiritual advisor Joan of Angels, who spoke about her interactions with heavenly messengers.

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