Monthly Archives: February 2015

The JFK Dallas Underground: Of Storm Drains and Bunkers

[caption id="attachment_3275" align="aligncenter" width="401"] Storm Drain in Nix Film by Rick Needham[/caption] I am so curious about the Dallas underground during the 60’s.  No, not the Mafia, gun-running, strip club underground (though that’s interesting too) the REAL underground places around Dallas.  For instance, did you know? There is a sewer line behind the picket fence (or…
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The JFK Assassination and the Texas Instruments Connection

[caption id="attachment_3271" align="aligncenter" width="249"] Jada from Bill Kelley's site: JFK Countercoup2[/caption] Through my research, the Texas Instruments company name keeps coming up throughout the JFK Assassination investigation.  For instance: Ed Hoffman, the deaf man who claimed  he saw a man with a rifle moments after the shots were fired. He later described how a man…
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What I Haven’t Learned about the JFK Assassination

[caption id="attachment_3267" align="aligncenter" width="1000"] Thank you Zachary Jendro[/caption] I am so angry today.  I hate it.  I don't do anger well.  I either lash out with a verbal attack, pout or eat chocolate:  none of these are good for anyone including me. As if life doesn't give us all enough to be angry about, (right now…
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Hearts, Love and Needs

Today would have been my grandparent's 77th anniversary.  I think of them often and wonder why I never asked them why they chose the day after Valentine's Day to get married. I know my grandfather would be heartbroken that his camera original film of the JFK Assassination is still missing.  I thought writing the book…
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