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John Kozlowski

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  1. 11 hours ago, Rob Clark said:

    The WC never established how Oswald normally got to and from work. They managed to figure everything else out allegedly, but never brought forward a normal route driver or bus rider to say "I rode with the assassin every morning to work and didn't even know it!" Or "I used to drop the assassin off at Zangs and Beckley every day for a month and a half!" Would've made a great Enquirer story at some point...Lol But it didn't exist then, and still doesn't. People that ride the bus in the morning like that are usually commuters who ride the bus every day to work. Same goes for the afternoon. It would have been too far to walk, especially in the morning, cabs would have been too expensive to use twice a day for Oswald. We also dont have phone or cab records stating that they frequented this address for a month and a half...

    That is weird how they couldn’t figure out how he got to and from work everyday. Even if he walked the two miles everyday I’d imagine he’d be seen by multiple people also on their way to work at the same time. I doubt he took the bus because as you stated nobody ever came forward saying they seen him. I take the bus myself into the city for work and I see the same people every single day, morning and night.  At least one of them would have come foward and said they rode with him if he was taking a bus.         
      I’ve always thought that Frazier had more involvement than he let on and believe he was Oswald’s ride to work everyday. The police trying to make him confess to being involved in the assassination would only make him distance himself from Oswald as much as possible. I don’t blame him for staying quiet all these years but do hope he comes foward if he knows more before it’s too late. 

  2. 9 hours ago, Vince Palamara said:

    Official Getty Images caption: McKeesport High School marching band lining up preparing to march, with sharpshooters on roof tops and billboard for Union Clothing Co., during President Kennedy campaign stop, McKeesport, Pennsylvania, October 13, 1962. (Photo by Charles 'Teenie' Harris/Teenie Harris Archive/Carnegie Museum of Art/Getty Images)

    I can’t even begin to imagine a president taking a ride through McKeesport today. 

  3. 13 minutes ago, James R Gordon said:

    It appears that the general consensus is to not block Guest Users. Lets do that. If the issue re-appears I know how block the.

    Invision have removed the bott - though I have no idea who introduced it. The number of Guest Users is also significantly reducing.

    So it looks like things are returning to normal.

    Thank you for all your input and ideas, They have really been a great help.


    Was Invision able to tell you when and on what sub forum the bot was introduced?

  4. 2 hours ago, Bart Kamp said:

    Rob Clark did a podcast on the conferences.

    I am warning you beforehand it will not be easy listening for some, but I personally thought it was good and voiced my sentiments quite well.


    Listened to it earlier today. Even though it didn’t get into the assassination itself I thought it was one of his better episodes. I liked that he let go and really told you what he thought.

  5. 1 hour ago, Larry Hancock said:

    That's easy enough to do at least through Amazon.  You can make a list of titles and look for their relative standings in both electronic and print versions.  You will find the comparable sales for each book - at least relative to all Amazon sales.  You can also use World cat to find sales to libraries.  Those will give you some basic measure of sales, especially since retail store front is not all that big a deal these days.

    Didn’t realize it was that easy. I never really looked into it

  6. 2 hours ago, Larry Hancock said:

    Trine-Day has been very committed and active in supporting her story.  They brook no objections to it and have been aggressive in helping with her conferences and overall marketing.  That certainly has to be a significant factor, her visibility definitely increased when she was signed by them. 

    I’d like to see how her books sell compared to other pro conspiracy books.

  7. 9 hours ago, James R Gordon said:

    I have now learnt a bot was placed on the site. Invision have removed it.

    I have been informed on how to close the site to guests, However if I do that every member will require to log in when they return.

    I will await the membership's view on whether re-logging on is an acceptable price to blocking Guest Users.


    Is there a way to put a limit on how many times a guest can view the forum before they have to sign up to continue using it. For example some online newspapers give you access to read five articles before you have to make an account or you cannot read anymore. If possible I think that would be a better option than blocking guests altogether. 

  8. 1 minute ago, Larry Hancock said:

    The link to the interview (its not really a podcast but rather a video taped interview) is on one of my Wheaton Names posts on my WordPress blog...you should be able to find it with a quick search.  It should be in the Wheaton Names research paper that is mentioned there as well.  Beyond that I'm guessing a general search for Gene Wheaton Interview will find it.

    Thank you Larry 

  9. On 12/6/2019 at 3:00 PM, Brendan Boucher said:

    I have been reading your blog Larry, great stuff, glad to know more is coming!  I listened to a podcast you and David were on as well.  Suffice to say I cannot stop thinking about these connections.  


    Gene Wheaton was a man in an incredibly unique position to obtain unguarded first hand knowledge of some of the most pivotal yet lesser know events in modern history.  It's not difficult to understand why Carl Jenkins decided long ago this chapter of his life was closed and that any efforts to drudge up these matters would be met with hostility.  


    From the 2005 Wheaton interview I believe he says he was somehow trying to broker immunity through Sen. Hugh Scott of Penn.  I got the impression that this was during the mid 80's but Sen Scott's last year in office was 1977.  Possibly he was still trying to use his clout in 85-86?  Whatever it was he was clear that Jenkins in no uncertain terms said he would not be involved.


    Even the knowledge that Wheaton thought this might have been possible likely unsettled Mr Jenkins.

    What was the podcast? I’d like to listen to it.

  10. 4 minutes ago, Michael Clark said:

    Is there a way to sort posts by number ov views? It should be apparent which thread or post has been linked or loaded into a bot.

    When you go into a sub forum there should be a sort by option above and to the right of all the links

  11. 3 minutes ago, Michael Clark said:

    I just deleted about 6 music video threads which had accumulated some 26,000 views.

    That seems like people are using a search engine to find a music video and they’re finding a link to here. Wonder how often that happens across the entire site?

  12. 2 hours ago, Douglas Caddy said:

    Thanks for sharing this. Haven’t seen this in a few years but it’s a great series. Anyone else interested in hearing Mr. McBride speak I’d also recommend the episode of the Night Fright podcast featuring him. 

  13. 13 hours ago, Bart Kamp said:
    Two hour talk with Rob Clark, which was great to do. It went pretty well.
    Thank you Rob.
    I had an issue hearing myself whereas the uploaded file by me sounds  a lot better. It is about 150 MB

    Thanks for that. Tried listening this morning and the sound wasn’t too good. 

  14. 1 hour ago, Larry Hancock said:

    I have not listened to this particular episode but the boat used on the TILT mission belonged to Pawley, he also leased a seaplane that was used on the mission.  The Pawley yacht was actually shadowed on its trip in and out by one of the large CIA mother ships, providing radar coverage for the mission. There is a separate document which has to do with Morales commenting on a boat that was being considered for maritime missions circa November, nothing to do with the Pawley mission. 

    The TILT mission was certainly not faked, as a matter of fact it was photographed in extensive detail - in violation of all CIA security practices; in fact a great deal about the mission was in violation of standard practices. 

    Thanks Larry. Like I said I was listening while at work and haven’t had a chance to go back and listen again. What I said earlier is what I thought was said in the podcast. Thank you for clearing that up.

  15. 2 hours ago, B. A. Copeland said:

    New Campbell audio on Bayo, Martino & the Raid:


    Excellent study group material as usual.

    I listened to that episode at work the other day but was busy and couldn’t pay attention as much as I would have liked.
      When talking about the boat they used did Doug say that David Morales was trying to locate it the the day of or the day after the assassination? I thought Doug theorized that the mission was faked and those guys were a part of the hit team in Dallas.
      Just from the time between the trip to Cuba and the assassination it seems like a big stretch. On the other hand faking the deaths of these guys and hiding them out with the promise of more money than they could imagine doesn’t seem out of the question. 

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