Conspiracies & Cover-ups

Conspiracies & Cover-ups

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HostGeorge Noory

GuestsJim Marrs, Richard C. Hoagland

Author and investigator Jim Marrs delved into a variety of hidden agendas and absorbing topics when he appeared on Thursday's program. He detailed his in-person investigation at the site of an 1897 crash of a "silver cigar-shaped" air vessel in Aurora, Texas, which was reported on in some 16 stories in the Dallas Morning News around the time of the incident. At a cemetery site in Aurora, where allegedly the pilot of the craft was buried in a child-sized grave, Marrs said government agents had been seen with metal detectors intermittently over a thirty-year period.

Marrs also discussed the possibility that there was foreknowledge of 9-11 by various factions. Commenting on his continued probe into conspiracies in the JFK assassination, he cited a memo that came to light in 1997, written by Gerald Ford, the last surviving member of the Warren Commission. Marrs said that Ford had changed wording in the document about the location of JFK's entry wound as a way to add cogency to their single bullet theory.

Among Marrs' latest undertakings is a talk entitled "Future Technology from the Past" as well as a project called Secrets of Red Gate, about a small town in Montana that has had a preponderance of alien abductions and other unusual events reported since the 1950's.

Hoagland Update

Richard C. Hoagland (enterprisemission) was back on Coast during the first half-hour of Thursday's show with some updates on NASA/Mars. One of the items he touched on was his newly posted article, The Light Finally Dawns at Cydonia which analyzes a startling new image of the well-known "Face on Mars."

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