Mark Shaw is an investigative reporter and author, as well as a former criminal defense attorney and legal analyst. In the first half, he discussed his latest work on the mysterious death of reporter and TV star, Dorothy Kilgallen, who was found dead from an alleged overdose in November 1965 after researching the JFK assassination. She had attended the Jack Ruby trial, and was the only reporter ever to interview him. She was getting herself in danger, Shaw remarked, having written a number of columns against the Oswald-acted-alone theory. Shortly before she died, Kilgallen had informed her friends that "if the wrong people knew what I know about the JFK assassination, it would cost me my life," and that she was buying a gun, and changing her will.
When she was discovered dead in her townhouse, the autopsy cited an overdose of barbiturates and alcohol but also mentioned "circumstances undetermined," yet there was never any police investigation, Shaw continued. She had a thick investigation file on the JFK assassination and had a contract to write a book for Random House about it, he noted. Shaw, who believes that Kilgallen was poisoned by someone who slipped drugs into her cocktail, named a suspect that is still alive, a journalist she was involved with at the time, who later wrote a poem called "Vodka Roulette," that seemingly refers to the incident.
Shaw contends that had Kilgallen lived she would have exposed Carlos Marcello as the mastermind behind the JFK assassination as well as provided solid evidence to link J. Edgar Hoover to a major cover-up in the operation. "I think Dorothy Kilgallen probably would have won the Pulitzer Prize for producing the truth about one of the greatest murder mysteries in history," he added.
In the third hour, Traditional Catholic Benedictine Monk for over 20 years, Brother Michael Dimond and his brother, Brother Peter Dimond, talked about biblical prophecy as detailed in the Book of Revelation, and their views about what has become of the modern Catholic Church and the Vatican. They believe "we are deep into end times," and named Pope John Paul II as the Antichrist, because he taught that every man is God. They further cited Pope Francis' teachings that "it's a grave sin to convert people to Catholicism" as evidence that the Vatican is now proffering a false or counter-religion, which is a sign of biblical end times. The Dimonds also pointed out that the prophetic third secret of Fatima deals with the destruction or infiltration of the Catholic faith.
The last hour featured Open Lines, with callers sharing their reactions and thoughts to biblical 'End Times' and the Stormberger prophecies, which George read on the air.