Lisa Pease has been researching the assassinations of the 1960s and the covert history of the United States' roles in coups for more than 25 years. In the first half, she discussed her latest work on the 1968 assassination of Robert F. Kennedy and how witnesses who had details of the conspiracy were silenced by the LAPD, evidence was deliberately altered and, in some instances, destroyed. According to Pease, the LAPD pried off wood paneling from the pantry wall where RFK was shot. The FBI had labeled four bullet holes in the door frame which implied that there was a second shooter besides Sirhan Sirhan, she cited.
Pease suggested that Sirhan's weapon may have been firing blanks (witnesses saw a flash coming from his gun and blanks typically produce more of a flash than bullets do), and that he was a hypnotized patsy used as a distraction from the real shooters. One theory is that a gunman had a gun concealed inside a camera. Three witnesses actually saw a shooter (not Sirhan) on the kitchen table in the pantry firing down on the crowd, she reported. Adding another layer to the mystery, she revealed that one of the security guards at the event was working for a top CIA intermediary, known for running assassination plots.
Former national security investigator for the US government, John DeSouza is a researcher and experiencer of paranormal and spiritual phenomena. In the latter half, he shared details about X-files-type cases which were previously off-limits. DeSouza recently returned from speaking at conferences on ufology and consciousness held in China, where he said there is burgeoning interest and a new openness in the country around such topics. He characterized one FBI document as a "smoking gun," in which an agent described an informant as a "supernormal" (possibly an ET). The informant said that alien visitors come from other dimensions (rather than planets) and change their vibration to match our physical realm.
The alien interactions on Earth, DeSouza has concluded, are not part of a uniform agenda and run the gamut from benevolent to malevolent. He believes that alien abductions are on the increase, and suggested that the disturbing number of unexplained disappearances each year (around 33,000 people in the US) may be connected. While working for the FBI, he investigated a case involving poltergeist activity at a mid-sized prison. Closed circuit TV captured footage of certain cell doors opening and closing on their own. Eventually, it was discovered that the ghost of a deceased prison deputy (who was murdered by prisoners attempting to escape) helped save a corrections officer who was being attacked in a new escape plot. The spirit of the deputy may have triggered the poltergeist activity, once he learned what the prisoners were planning, DeSouza surmised.