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Laying Old Ghosts to Rest

I have mentioned a disquiet over a particular subject in several of my previous posts here. Having settled these matters for myself now, I offer you my new perspective on the Pitzer case and Lt. Col. Marvin. Click here for … Continue reading

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The return of memresearch.org; McAdams placed on leave; the nature of belief

I have been very energized by the straightupphysics.org project; I enjoy designing web sites. I have finally undertaken to update my very outdated skills, and I find tremendous enjoyment in learning these new tricks. So, I have dug up the … Continue reading

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In Memory of Mike Ruppert

Today I was saddened to learn of Mike Ruppert’s suicide in April of this year. It is hard for me to overstate Mike’s influence on my philosophy of politics and crime. I was a subscriber to Mike’s From the Wilderness newsletter … Continue reading

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From the Marvin files

I don’t know why I feel compelled to write this blog entry. But after ten years, several related questions keep nagging at me, badly enough to dig up a box of old files by flashlight and comb through at least six inches … Continue reading

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Colonel Dan and Brother Joseph (Part Two)

Though I can no longer believe any of Colonel Dan’s tales, I am still haunted from time to time over what I discovered in my research related to the Kennedy assassination. Too many questions remain unanswered and some very disturbing … Continue reading

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Colonel Dan and Brother Joseph (Part One)

My friend Lt. Col. Dan Marvin passed away on January 19th, 2012. Though he routinely misled me and many, many others, two years after his death I am still somewhat reluctant to openly criticize him and his “crusades,” as he … Continue reading

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The Salamander Mystery: A Tale of Two Forgeries

This post is a big deal to me, since it covers a big topic I have not written about publicly in quite a long time. I am an ex-Mormon, and this will be the first time I have written about … Continue reading

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Veteran’s Day thoughts

I went to my daughter’s Veterans Day school assembly on Friday. The theme was, “What do you think about when you hear the word ‘veteran’?” The students’ written responses to this question were read aloud and some appropriate songs were … Continue reading

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A look backward after ten years

I recently dusted off a copy of “Without Smoking Gun” and thumbed through it so I could summarize it for a friend. I do tend to forget some of the experiences I had in writing the book as well as … Continue reading

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Deep Dark Dallas tour

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“Without Smoking Gun” now available for Kindle and Nook

It was the culmination of five years of research in true crime. It brought me into contact with people and places which changed my life and helped set me on a personal path which led to my religious (and other) … Continue reading

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May Day anniversary

It’s a strange coincidence that a French word for “help me” (“m’aider”) should not only mutate into English usage as a pilot’s distress call but do so as a homophone (“mayday”) for the Communist holiday (May Day) on which Gary … Continue reading

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Trust and Suspicion

Key figures in local trust were investigated for possible terror financing, but trust itself was spared serious scrutiny. by Kent Heiner In March 2002, Phelps McIlvaine of Bellingham’s Saturna Capital told the Wall Street Journal that he was confident that … Continue reading

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Eye on the Administration

The Bush Administration has given the American people many reasons to regard it with suspicion and mistrust. In addition to the controversy over the election itself, some of the people making up the Bush Administration contribute to a “credibility gap” … Continue reading

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I, Hamlet

My name is Kent Heiner, the sole proprietor of Mem Publishing and the founder of Mem Research, an obscure internet site currently located at http://members.home.net/memresearch. It is my custom to speak of Mem Research as “we” even though at this … Continue reading

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