Captain Bob Axtell fought in battles in the Pacific during WWII and survived, he also survived fifteen months in the Korean Conflict, but he didn’t fight his toughest battle until he returned home. In a matter of days, he went from being a healthy man to the isolation ward at William Beaumont Army Hospital — he had become one of the early polio statistics in 1952's polio epidemic.
Fake terror is nothing new. According to recently released files, our government planned Operation Northwoods to stage phony terror attacks against American citizens in the wake of the Bay of Pigs. Author Ken Hudnall dissects historical events and makes a compelling case that the false flag nature of Operation Northwoods has been pervasive since the Middle Ages.
North Korea is one of the world's least understood, yet most important countries, all the more so with the recent death of Kim Jong Il.
Almost no book, article, or other media makes sense of North Korea or presents it simply, without sensationalism or polarization.
This brief book does.
Missionary Boyce Mann travels back to the Republic of Korea during the 1970's to find out the truth about his father's death during the Korean War. I an Korea that is a strange mixture of modern industry and medieval traditions, of Christianity, Shamanism, and democratic façade masking a brutal totalitarian dictatorship will Boyce uncover the truth?
When CIA Director Charles Colson warned the author of War Hawks to "Not publish this story," Gazzaniga became even more interested in the CIA's history and despite phone calls against his efforts from additional agents, he researched in depth the tale of the CIA's grab for power during the Korean War. Gazzaniga began this effort in the mid-eighties. This is the first publication of his work.
Eidolon, the final book in the Accursed trilogy, is set in Cold War America and details the fall and rise of the spiritualist medium, James Grey, alongside the systematic liquidation of any and all occultists.