Insights into the mind of Mac Wallace as he was being declared "guilty" of First Degree Murder (Excerpted from The Austin American - February 27, 1952) "Thirty-year-old 'Mac' Wallace stared intently at each of the 12 jurors as they filed into the still-as-a-tomb courtroom. As the solemn-faced men, weary from nine days of confinement and … Continue reading REFRAMING HISTORY with More Myths: Mellen’s “Faustian Bargains” — Wrong on Many Levels
Vice President Lyndon Johnson disappeared shortly before his Lincoln convertible turned the corner from Main Street onto Elm Street. An eyewitness to the scene, motorcycle police officer B. J. Martin, testified that he and two other officers saw Johnson begin ducking down 30-40 seconds before the vehicle reached the intersection. The blow-up of the famed … Continue reading LBJ’s Mysterious Disappearance In Dealey Plaza – 11/22/1963
Unclassified Memories From an Old Declassified Pilot Over the last several decades, during his spare time, Tosh wrote about his personal recollections of the events he experienced as a pilot contracted by various government agencies. Many of these were based on historic facts, while others reflected his “creative writing” skills as a budding novelist. These … Continue reading Deep Cover/Shallow Graves (Part 4)
Unclassified Memories From an Old Declassified Pilot Over the last several decades, during his spare time, Tosh wrote about his personal recollections of the events he experienced as a pilot contracted by various government agencies. Many of these were based on historic facts, while others reflected his “creative writing” skills as a budding novelist. These … Continue reading Deep Cover/Shallow Graves (Part 3)
Unclassified Memories From an Old Declassified Pilot Among Tosh's skills-set is the gift for creative-writing, which, in another time and place, might have led him to become Hemingway's successor. Over the years, he practiced the development of that talent in his spare time, writing about his personal recollections of the events he experienced as a … Continue reading Deep Cover/Shallow Graves (PART 2)
The four essays below were previously posted separately, under their own titles. Combining Tosh's short stories into sets of three or four articles allows us to efficiently present a "Reader's Digest" version of his writings going forward. We hope to present new sets on a regular basis (bi-weekly or monthly) in the future, preserving his … Continue reading Deep Cover / Shallow Graves: Unclassified Memories From an Old Declassified Pilot (PART 1)
I urge readers of my blog to have a look at this excellent post by Mike Campbell at “Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last”. There are notable parallels in this story related to LBJ’s “patron saint” FDR. It involved how the POTUS in 1937 set up a cover-up in the case of the “missing” Amelia Earhart and how, 30 years later, LBJ set up another cover-up (one of the many he orchestrated) of the USS Liberty attack (The old saying, “an acorn doesn’t fall far from the tree” might apply here). I highly commend this essay, and Campbbell’s website and his quest for the truth of Amelia’s disappearance.
In July 1968, Fred Goerner appeared before a Republican platform subcommittee, chaired by Kentucky Governor Louie Broady Nunn, in a heretofore undisclosed Miami location. Through his four-page presentation, “Crisis in Credibility—Truth in Government,” Goerner laid out the facts he had presented in The Search for Amelia Earhart, appealed to the members’ integrity and patriotism, and did his utmost to win them to the cause of securing justice for Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan. It remains the closest thing to a fair hearing the truth in the Earhart disappearance has ever received.
Goerner traced the Navy’s history of denying it held classified Earhart files until late 1964, when the State Department’s disclosure of their existence forced the Navy to admit it possessed such information. “What was ultimately shown to us [in 1967] answered none of the major questions and the Navy still maintained publicly that no files existed,” Goerner told…
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Or, How "Some People DID Talk but Others Chose Not to Hear" NOTE: The multiple images of documents below may be adjusted to increase the type size for easier reading, by holding the cursor over the image, then "right-click" and select "open image in new window." Then go to the new window and "left-click" over … Continue reading In Defense of “Tosh” Plumlee: How His Critics (unintentionally) Help to Vindicate Him —And His Story of “That Day”
Huie's fears that his multiple lies within his 1970 book He Slew the Dreamer might be exposed were probably ignited by this single abstruse — nearly buried between two other breaking stories — "headline" in The New York Times on February 6, 1976. Yet its importance about what it might portend for him personally was … Continue reading William Bradford Huie Becomes Frantic in 1977, Fears His Lies Would be Exposed by the HSCA
Still another unsolved "Cold Case" of someone who had crossed Lyndon B. Johnson. There is a plethora of evidence — until now, amorphously disconnected — pointing to him having been yet another victim of LBJ's ire, and his unique access to the CIA's covert operations: the primary tool in his own "Murder Incorporated" (This essay … Continue reading The Mysterious Death of Australia Prime Minister Harold Holt
Huie Caught in More Lies: Changing the Circumstances of Emmett Till’s Murder. As if we needed more evidence of the novelist Huie’s execrable methods of converting the facts of a “true crime” into myths in order to comply with the dictums set by the purchaser of the story. William Bradford Huie Looking "Slick" at age … Continue reading On the 53rd Anniversary of Martin Luther King’s Murder, Additional Evidence is Presented Proving that William Bradford Huie Was Always a Lying Weasel
One year ago, upon the publication of his Essays on the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, I wrote the following: "Professor David Denton, in compiling his essays into a highly readable yet succinct 84-page book, has focused his attention on a number of books by authors such as David Talbot, John Newman, Joan Mellen … Continue reading Read Nexus Redux: Professor David Denton’s Excellent Essay / Critique of Joan Mellen’s Shameless Book
The Strange Machinations of General Walker in the Three Month Period before JFK's Assassination General ("Resigned, not Retired", 1961) Edwin A. Walker “I had duty in the Radio Control Center … I received a call one morning around 0600-0630 and I immediately recognized the voice as that of the General. He asked me if I … Continue reading General Edwin A. Walker: The Revelations of A Family Who Knew (and Loathed) Him
A Case Study: Lyndon Johnson's Predilection for Controlling Journalists and News Organizations A reader of my blogs, Chad Mills, recently called my attention to a newspaper article from late June, 1962 which referenced his uncle, Harold Elder, who was then working as a bank teller at First National Bank of Pecos, Texas and had provided … Continue reading A Blog Reader Finds a “Bizarre” 1962 UPI News Article: Another Example of Censoring Induced by LBJ’s Fury?
See the last paragraphs for the February 2021 Revisions Or, “The Complete Destruction of Ken Starr’s Pseudo Investigation and Report” (File Under “LBJ’s Legacy” as noted in last section below) A review of the book The Murder of Vince Foster: America’s Would-be Dreyfus Affair, by David Martin David Martin’s new book, on what should … Continue reading UPDATES TO October 2020 Post New Book: “The Murder of Vince Foster” — What Should be The Final Word on that Subject
Fifty-Six Years After Malcolm X's Murder, Finally Comes Direct Evidence of the FBI's Instigation A former New York City police officer has implicated the FBI and NYPD in the murder of civil rights leader Malcolm X on February 21, 1965. This news has actually appeared in a few MSM articles and broadcasts, though the key … Continue reading New Development Exposes the FBI’s Plot to Kill Malcolm X
On August 15, 1989, four and one-half years after his original 1984 interviews with Gerald Saxton for the Dallas Public Library, Peoples sat down with Saxon again, as well as Cindy Smolovik, to review and update his earlier statements. These pages were appended to his earlier oral history such that the eleven pages below were … Continue reading Clint Peoples’ Final Interview (Last of the Secret Files Oral History)
I have long-possessed a VHS copy of of the video as well as a bound, inch-thick copy (#151 of 200 copies printed) of the documents, photos, correspondence and news articles used in the production of the film, now over 20 years old. Due to copyright rules, I never considered putting any of it on the … Continue reading LBJ: A Closer Look: A (Mostly) Brilliant Classic Video
FBI Headquarters Still Named After a Sadistic Murderer When the FBI headquarters was being built, and named after the recently-deceased director, Hoover was still generally held in high esteem by most of the public. That has long-ago ceased being the case; indeed just two years after it opened in 1975, basic truths of Hoover's illegal, … Continue reading Why does the FBI headquarters still bear J. Edgar Hoover’s name?
~ third OF A THREE PART SERIES ~ Billie Sol’s Personal Life: The Slowly Unfolding Fall Billie Sol Estes's Pecos Home, circa 1962 Throughout his life, Billie Sol Estes valued his family above all else, beginning in his childhood with his mother and father, sisters and brothers. And he was devoted to his first wife … Continue reading Billie Sol Estes: A Sordid History Atoned: “Sol” Finally Vindicated — PART 3