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Words or phrases like  "Watergate," "Roswell," "Grassy Knoll," "MKUltra,"  "The Philadelphia Experiment," "The Grenada Treaty," "Project Acquarius," "Manchurian Candidate," "Area 51," and "Majestic 12" are references to some of the most diabolical yet fascinating mysteries of our time. At first, I was a skeptic that any of the stories these phrases depicted were true, but then I stopped listening to naysayers and decided to do my own research. Over 25 years later, I'm no longer a skeptic to the veracity of the stories attached to these terms. In fact, I defy anyone who's done serious research to refute the multitude of allegations. People lie, they design very elaborate hoaxes, then sit back and laugh quietly while the rest of us stumble around in the virtual dark trying to find evidence proving a particular story is true or false. Of the above terms, the Watergate debacle is the only thing proven to be a story of gross malfeasance within the highest echelons of American government. All the rest have yet to be proven beyond a shadow of a doubt, and yet all of them have much in the way of very convincing circumstantial evidence attached. Enough so that these stories have survived many generations and are just as prevalent today.  My first book to celebrate the possibilities that these stories are true is called Signals From Noise: Short Fiction Based On the Greatest Conspiracy Theories of the Twentieth Century. At this moment, two of the stories are available exclusively from Amazon Kindle, in one publication designed in the tradition of music "singles" which played at 45 rpm's, commonly referred to as "45's." The A-side is also the first story presented in the collection, aptly titled "The Collective," depicting a mysterious group of  "black world" collectors who pass around various items of evidence that would either repute or confirm some of the most famous conspiracies. The "B-side," which ends the collection, is called "A Yard Sale in Conspiracy Heaven." Both address found-evidence that is both well-researched and documented. These bookend stories deal with the question of evidence. Below you will find excerpts. bit fpr a paltry $2.99, the full stories, as well as three different forewords, will initiate the casual reader with no former education in the matters fictionalized. There's a taboo in the conspiracy community against speculation. The material in Signals From Noise, however, is just that. It's fiction inspired by viable possibility. It's a gateway to a dark and mysterious world, justified by factual footnotes numbering somewhere north of 400.

 

From The Night Show, Vol. 2: Signals From Noise
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The Collective

Doubles Night At The Switching Yard

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Cover for Signals from Noise

Photos from top, clockwise:

1) Wernher Von Braun, one of the "Fathers of Rocket Science";

2) General Roger Ramey, selling the weather balloon story after the Roswell crash in 1947;

3) an alleged extraterrestrial;

4) a trespassing warning at Nevada's Area 51;

5) Lee Harvey Oswald after his arrest for the murder of Officer J.D. Tippit (11/22/63);

6) E. Howard Hunt, CIA Officer, a central figure in the Watergate scandal and allegedly associated with the JFK assassination;

7) Robert F. Kennedy, allegedly murdered by an assassin under the influence of behavioral control;

8) Kenneth Arnold, pointing out an image of what he saw on June 24, 1947;

9) another alleged extraterrestrial;

10) Jack Ruby;

11) James Jesus Angleton, head of CIA Counterintelligence from 1954-1975;

12) David Ferrie, allegedly associated with the JFK assassination;

13) JFK and Jackie Kennedy riding through Dealey Plaza;

14) Richard Helms, Director of CIA from June, 1966 to February, 1973.

Inset from top, clockwise:

1) an alleged Middle Eastern UFO;

2) Astronaut L. Gordon Cooper, who claims  to have filmed actual UFOs on May 3, 1957 at Edwards AFB, CA;

3) A hypnotist putting two subjects to sleep by suggestion;

4) an alleged UFO from July 31, 1952 over New Jersey;

5) An alleged UFO sighting over Woonsocket, Rhode Island on June 18, 1967;

6) Dr. Sidney Gottlieb, one of the leading figures attached to the MKULTRA project, which sought to produce behavioral controls via hypnosis, drugs and electronic means.

 

Table of Contents

 

“The Mansion”

An Introduction to Signals from Noise:

 

Signals from Noise

 

“The Sum, In Parts”

A Foreword to The Collective

 

The Collective

 

“The Dawn in Faraway Skies”

A Foreword to Friends of the Obscurantist

 

Friends of the Obscurantist

 

“Magic and Rage on Shadow Lane”

A Foreword to A Conspiracy for the Whole Family

 

A Conspiracy for the Whole Family

 

“Familiar Faces in the Clown Car”

A Foreword to Doubles Night at the Switching Yard

 

Doubles Night at the Switching Yard

 

“The Man Who Wasn’t There”

A Foreword to Insomniacs Anonymous

 

Insomniac’s Anonymous

 

“Two for Me, One for Them”

A Foreword to True Fiction (Biography of a Spy)

 

True Fiction (Biography of a Spy)

 

“Do Not Try This At Home”

A Foreword to Catching Smoke

 

Catching Smoke

 

“Scratching the Surface”

A Foreword to Hatchet’s Course

 

Hatchet’s Course

 

“Whatever Gets You through the Night”

A Foreword to Bedtime at Dreamland

 

Bedtime at Dreamland

 

“Rolling Heavy Dice”

A Foreword to A Good Game to Play for the Fate of the World

 

A Good Game to Play for the Fate of the World

 

“Some Take Office Supplies, Others…”

A Foreword to Fringe Benefits

 

Fringe Benefits

 

“Toast the Cameraman”

A Foreword to A Gig in the Hills

 

A Gig in the Hills

 

“Mercy on the Criminal?”

A Foreword to The Wolf in Twilight

 

The Wolf in Twilight

 

“Everything Must Stay”

A Foreword to A Yard Sale in Conspiracy Heaven

 

A Yard Sale in Conspiracy Heaven

 

“Apologies and Promises”

An Afterword to Signals from Noise

 

Bibliography

Photo Credits/Notes/Bibliography

Blackwoods Drive, Vol. 1-3


From Blackwoods Drive, Vol. 1: The MAJIC Show
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From Blackwoods Drive, Vol. 2: The Gentlemen Of Blades
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From Blackwoods Drive, Vol. 3: The World Staged
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