Monday, March 26, 2012

Who Was Tom Slick?

An interesting article Texas oilman Tom Slick by author Lauren Coleman. Coleman has guested numerous times on various radio and TV programs and largely investigates cryptozoology.

Tom Slick was one of those guys that knew many of the players in the JFK saga. He either knew or was known by, Prescott Bush, George de Mohrenschildt and Allen Dulles. Died 14 months before JFK when his plane exploded mid-air. As stated in the piece by Loren Coleman, "Tom Slick and his family worked closely with the OSS and the CIA for years, anywhere there was oil, air freight to ship, or adventures to serve as covers (like hunting for Yetis in Nepal/Tibet)."

Link HERE.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Two New Interviews at Black Op Radio

Two excellent interviews by Len Osanic are posted on his Black Op Radio site.

First up is Show #569 featuring Doug Horne, former analyst for the ARRB. He covers many topics from the recently released Air Force One tapes to the various activities of General Curtis LeMay. He covers a lot of detailed information regarding the machinations surrounding the President’s autopsy. This three hour interview makes for a long download so if you have a slow connection there could be a long wait to receive the file.

Secondly, Show #570 features Larry Hancock, author and noted JFK researcher. He covers many topics related to the assassination from CIA operations, to Cuba, to Oswald’s trip to Mexico City, among many other topics. Interview is 1:46:03 long.

Highly recommended and a lot of very useful information is presented here from both of these researchers.

Available as a Real Media or an MP3 download.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012


Two good quality MP3s of flight recordings made on available at the U.S. Government Printing Office web site.

As stated there: "This audio recording was donated by the Raab Collection to the National Archives and Records Administration. It is a recording of the Air Force One in-flight radio traffic following the assassination of John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963."

File size: 70.1 MB and 66.3 MB.