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  1. Jeraldean Reid was the same as Mrs. Robert Reid or Mrs. R. A. Reid as her statement was written. https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth339592/m1/1/?q=reid Her death certificate for the state of Texas lists her husband as Robert A Reid, and her address is listed as the same one she used for the affidavit above.
  2. The hard copy release date estimate on Amazon is the same date as the Kindle version.
  3. See, I grew up with a different saying about pigs. Never try to teach a pig to sing. It's a waste of your time, and it annoys the pig. I never considered the muddy wrestling aspect...
  4. Off topic reply - my Kindle app seems to be working just fine on phone & laptop.
  5. I'm currently reading Hunt's biography which touches on James McCord (and Douglas Caddy.) I also saw Mr. Caddy's name in another book I'm reading. (I always have at least two books going at once.) Fortunately, the second one hasn't touched on McCord or Hunt...at least, not yet. It's a fat book. But reading about this period of history always makes me feel like all we need to do is switch a few names/dates and voila - we'd be here in present times.
  6. I assume they would not admit it. (I was going for humor there, sorry if it didn't translate as such.)
  7. So if conspiracy theories are a threat, does that make one of us the FBI informant to report on the others?
  8. So...how do we find out the hours of Western Union locations in Dallas in 1963?
  9. I'm so glad that you posted this. I am almost done with a book that mentions a few early interviews, and I had remembered your website with so much material while I was reading it. Now I have no excuse to check if you have what the author referenced. Thanks!!
  10. Thanks for the link. I'd read headlines yesterday, but I had not yet read anything else about this story other than there was a tape. (And, of course, I am now wondering again how many tapes and transcripts and documents of previous administrations are still waiting to be seen and heard.)
  11. I haven't finished reading this whole thing, but from what I've read so far he was involved in the sale of some stolen goods from Andrews AFB in September 1960. It doesn't appear that he did the stealing, but he appears to be involved so far in the sale of the handguns at any rate. The FBI clearly didn't use their best copier for these reports. Some of them are incredibly difficult to read, and I can't say that I have a complete grasp of the entire story yet. https://www.maryferrell.org/php/showlist.php?docset=1828 I also found an independent newspaper article which also lists Lovelady as one of the airmen arrested. In addition to the handguns, the article mentioned the theft of masking tape and sheets.
  12. I looked at Rowland's 'file' there and laughed, b/c I have no idea how to translate that into anything useful. Billy Lovelady has a fascinating list of files, though. I don't think I realized he had a criminal record and had been in trouble with the FBI prior to 1963. If I read it somewhere, it didn't make an impression at the time.
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