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David Ferrie was in Federal Court in New Orleans to hear the verdict in the Carlos Marcello case at 3:15pm. After leaving the courthouse, he attended a Marcello victory celebration at the Royal Orleans Hotel, then went to the Kohn School to pick up his friend Alvin Roland Beauboeuf. At around 5:00pm, Ferrie and Beauboeuf drove to Ferrie's apartment to watch the TV assassination coverage with Layton Patrick Martens and John Ernest Irion. At about 6:30pm, Ferrie and Beauboeuf went to the home of Melvin Stacey Coffey and the three discussed a weekend trip. At about 7:00pm, they left Coffey's home and drove to Kenner for dinner and drinks at John Paul's Restaurant, a hangout for pilots from Moisant Airport.

Ferrie said his plane was not flightworthy since 1962 - as per Weberman's nodules, the FBI apparently did look into that claim and found it to be false.

Weberman Nodule 24

David Ferrie told the Secret Service that he made a number of trips to Guatemala on behalf of CARLOS MARCELLO. During his last trip, in early November 1963, he flew Taca Airlines and made one stop in Mexico City.

Whose plane was he flying? Is there a reason why he wouldn't have had access to same in 'late' November?

http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?pag...p=1006953079865

And so he told them how he and another New Orleans detective drove out to the local airport immediately after the assassination to examine Ferrie's airplane. It was their initiative, he said. They wondered if Ferrie had somehow been involved.

"We wanted to check it to see if it was flyable... with the thought that he may have transported Oswald to Dallas We found the plane, but his plane was not in flyable condition. It had flat tires, instruments missing, needed a paint job.

Weberman Nodule 24

The only statement the FBI attempted to verify regarded the airworthiness of Ferrie's private airplane. David Ferrie claimed it had not been airworthy since 1962. When the FBI checked with the Federal Aeronautics Administration, it discovered that the agency considered the plane to be currently airworthy. [FBI 62-109060-from SAC Houston 62-2215 teletype 11.26.63; FBI 62-109060-482,313]

Where was David Ferrie on the morning of 11/22/63? Is 3:15pm CT the earliest anyone can recall seeing him? Who are the individuals that testified that they had seen him?

Matthew Smith:

Smith argues Oswald was "taken over and run by renegade CIA agents who were dedicated to assassinating President Kennedy." Smith claims that J. D. Tippit and Roscoe White were also involved in this plot although he suggests that Oswald was not aware of what was going on and was being set up as a patsy. Tippit was supposed to take Oswald to Redbird Airport where he was to be flown to Cuba in order to implicate Fidel Castro in the assassination.

If that was true, who was supposed to fly that plane? Maybe someone that knew Oswald, was a pilot, and may have been involved in both the conspiratorial planning and execution of that plan?

http://www.talkaboutalternative.com/group/...ges/385811.html

It is probable that Byrd knew David Ferrie and he definitely knew the

very top Air Force brass through Civil Air Patrol (CAP). CAP Captain

David Ferrie was CAP cadet Lee Harvey Oswald's trainer.316

Weston writes, "The electrical power for the whole building and even the

telephone stopped working about five minutes prior to the

assassination.303 How two such entirely different systems as the

electricity and the phones could go out simultaneously is beyond

explanation, unless one can assume that the interruption was

deliberate."304 Although this claim is currently in dispute, it cannot

be denied that the conspiracy to assassinate President Kennedy would

have involved intimate knowledge of the TSBD building. Truly and Shelly

were possibly employed to some extent by the building's landlord, David

Harold Byrd.

Neat!

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According to Dick Russell, "At about 1:OO p.m. on the afternoon of

November 22, half an hour after the president was shot, neighbors who

lived along the road that runs by the little Redbird [sic] private

airport began calling police. A twin-engine plane, they reported, was

out there behaving very peculiarly. For an hour it had been revving its

engines, not on the runway but parked at the end of the airstrip on a

grassy area next to the fence. The noise prevented nearby residents from

hearing their TVs, as news came over about the terrible events in

downtown Dallas. But the police were too busy to check it out, and

shortly thereafter the plane took off....

"Louis Gaudin, the government's air traffic control specialist at

Redbird [sic] airport...recalled observing three men in business suits

board a Comanche-type aircraft at about 2:00 p.m. on November 22, head

north, then return with only two occupants, where they were met by a

Dallas policeman named Haake."338

In August 1978, former Dallas Assistant District Attorney Bill Alexander

and author Anthony Summers were retracing Oswald's movements. According

to Summers, Alexander told him that the spot where Tippit was killed was

near R.L. Thornton Freeway, the route to Red Bird airport. Alexander

speculated that Oswald may have expected to be picked up and taken to

the airport.339

In 1963, Wayne January rented planes at Red Bird Airport. He told

researcher Jones Harris in 1966 and Summers in 1978 that before the

assassination he was approached by two men and a woman, who inquired

about renting an aircraft on November 22, to go to Mexico. After the

assassination he thought that Oswald strongly resembled one of the men

he had encountered.340

On November 24, 1963, FBI Special Agent Norman W. Propst was in Witchita

Falls, Texas inquiring whether a South Texas pilot named Chuck Rogers or

anyone from South Texas had been in contact with anyone at an aircraft

plant in Olney, Texas or the crop dusting industry in North Texas in

recent months.341 In 1991, Houston Police Department Forensic Artist

Lois Gibson concluded, after photographic studies, that one of the

Dealey Plaza tramps was either Charles Frederick Rogers, the CIA pilot

and CAP member from Houston, "or a dead ringer close enough to be an

identical twin."342

Rogers joined CAP in the early 1950s to learn to fly. "During his spare

time, he participated in various CAP activities, including searches for

downed pilots, which brought him into contact with other CAP leaders and

cadets in the Texas-Louisiana region."343

Raymond Broshears, the former roommate of Oswald's Louisiana CAP unit

captain, David Ferrie, told Dick Russell in 1975, that the purpose of

Ferrie's sudden trip to Houston on the night of November 22, 1963, "was

to meet a plane. He was going to fly these people on to Mexico, and

eventually to South Africa, which did not have an extradition treaty

with the United States. They had left from some little airfield between

Dallas and Fort Worth, and David had a twin-engine plane ready for them,

and that was the purpose of his mad dash through a driving rainstorm

from New Orleans."344 Ferrie told New Orleans D.A. Jim Garrison that the

purpose of his "mad dash" was to go goose hunting. Perhaps D.H. Byrd

also had reasons other than hunting for his first trip to Africa in

November 1963.

Rogers was CAP, Rogers was CIA [as per Gerhart's], Rogers was involved in the Cuban effort. Rogers was a Pilot. Rogers was an associate of David Ferrie.

From Man on the Grassy Knoll - page 133:

"During the preparations for Operation Pluto, the CIA planned invasion of Cuba which led to disaster at the bay of pigs, Charles frequently copiloted for Ferrie."

Where are the proofs that Ferrie didn't fly out of Dallas shortly after the assassination, down to New Orleans? As per a google search, the average flight time today to fly from Dallas to New Orleans is one hour and 22 minutes. If Ferrie was at Redbird [or another airport], he could leave at ~1:00pm, and arrive in New Orleans at 2:22pm - same time zone.

1. G. Wray Gil?

Said he was with David Ferrie on November 22, 1963, until 12:15 p.m. Not even worth pursuing as credible.

Weberman Nodule 24

G. Wray Gil said he was with David Ferrie on November 22, 1963, until 12:15 p.m., then had seen him again that night at a victory party for CARLOS MARCELLO. G. Wray Gil related this to the FBI. When the FBI questioned David Ferrie, he explained he was in the New Orleans Federal Court Building on November 22, 1963, for the final day of CARLOS MARCELLO'S deportation trial then left on a trip to Texas. When the FBI questioned G. Wray Gil he denied having received literature from the Fair Play for Cuba Committee.

2. Alvin Beauboeuff?

Weberman Nodule 24

"The trip to Texas had been planned two weeks in advance. It all rolled out. The trial finished up and we just went. Unless Dave had some unique way of engineering me into going there."

That doesn't provide us with much, save for that Alvin was in the car when it left for Texas that evening? Who else?

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It is, of course, another sad historic irony that the government lost its case against Carlos Marcello on the same day that JFK was assassinated.

The Mafia certainly had plenty of cause to celebrate that afternoon.

But I think RFK's campaign against the Mob did ultimately succeed. The government in the eighties was able to use the RICO law effectively against the Mob, and it is still so being used (witness the 2005 "Operation Family Secrets" against the Chicago Mafia leaders).

The RICO law was, of course, developed by G. Robert Blakey, trained as a young attorney in Bobby Kennedy's DOJ.

And of course Marcello himself was ultimately convicted under RICO and died in prison.

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The Marcello relationship to 'X' is baffling Tim. Can't figure it out.

'The man on the Grassy Knoll' has Rogers being at times at odds with his pal Ferrie, who is sometimes using his ability as a Pilot to 'ferry' drugs. I don't know the source of their allegations in the book. Not well referenced. But I think ultimately, there are questions - as in, what role was Ferrie playing and for whom? If it is indeed a fact, based upon the Gehart account, that Charles Rogers was indeed an employee of an oil company turned covert agent - given training in the Spanish language, training as a Pilot, etc. and he is working FOR Ferrie at some point in time, doesn't that make Ferrie CIA? And if Ferrie was CIA, what does that say about Marcello?

http://www.drugwar.com/poutrage.shtm

This of course gives the lie to director Deutch's denials to fifteen hundred constituents from South Central Los Angeles, whom he'd flown out to speak to personally at a town meeting called by Los Angeles Representative Maxine Waters, on November 14, 1996, where he said that the CIA is fighting against drugs, that the CIA must deal with criminals to stop criminals, and that as of that day, the Agency had no evidence of a conspiracy by the CIA to engage in encouraging drug traffickers in Nicaragua or anywhere else in Latin America.

Hitz went on to reveal in his testimony that in 1982 the CIA signed a "memorandum of understanding" with William F. Smith, Reagan's Attorney General, that allowed the Agency to forgo reporting any drug trafficking involving "non-employees", such as pilots who flew weapons and supplies to the Contras, as well as the Contras themselves. This agreement was in effect for thirteen years, until officially ending in 1995.

This is the Inspector General of the CIA saying this, in person to US Representatives under oath. Probably some of the very same Representatives who voted for the impeachment hearings over Clinton's affair. How in the hell can Clintons lying about an affair be of more concern to these guys than the fact that our own intelligence agency, not another country's, but our own spies were allowing a veritable flood of drugs into this country for years? Remember that this is Fred Hitz, the I. G. of the CIA admitting this in sworn testimony on Capital Hill, not just some random loop job gibbering on the sidewalk saying this.

So what can be done about this? There is an over-abundance of evidence in the public record implicating our CIA of at least being aware of trafficking, as well as assisting in the transport of drugs. Laos, Cambodia, S. Vietnam, Afghanistan, Honduras, Nicaragua, all of these counties had, or have, armies armed by the CIA, and that were principally funded by the production and sales of drugs. And those sales seem to be primarily to US citizens. At the one end there's these people making millions and billions of dollars selling drugs for the sake of "democracy", while at the other end there's the poor sap in the street getting busted buying a ten dollar bag of dope.

There's plenty to look at on that - I just selected this piece as an example. I also thought it humorous that Loran Hall Jr. would use the fact that his Father was engaged in drug production for the CIA, in his defense.

http://alexconstantine.50megs.com/man_claims_cia.html

A methamphetamine ring based in Mesquite was set up by a CIA operative to funnel money to the Nicaraguan contras, one of the alleged participants has testified in federal court.

More thinking out loud:

Ferrie was hairless - how did this happen? Was he engaged in the creation of a special 'cancer causing' agents that backfired on him?

The Man on the Grassy Knoll has Fred Rogers, Charles' Father, as being a bookie - it goes on to state that this would mean his 'tribute' would be paid to Marcello. It also goes on to state as fact that Ferrie was a CIA contract agent working for Bannister - er, so what does this mean by way of Marcello?

Here's some speculation - let's say that Ferrie in fact used his plane on the morning of 11/22/63. What would be the easiest way to cover your role in the assassination, particularly if you began to be under suspicion? Pop the tires, and remove a few instruments - and give the plane the impression that it was not flightworthy. Make up some story about 1962. Ferrie's job, for a lot of what he was engaged to do, was to perform the duty of Pilot - hard to imagine that his plane would be allowed to sit and rot - even if he was making use of Charles Rogers and his Cessna.

I also find it facinating that Ferrie's log book is non-existent. That and the fact that they made use of smaller airports, which wouldn't do a great job of maintaining records.

One step further - Ferrie may have been working for the CIA. He is engaged in the transport of weapons, possibly drugs. The Man on the Grassy Knoll implies a relationship with Ruby, who has multiple references to sales of Jeeps, and ? prostitutes with Cuba. They also imply a relationship between Charles Rogers, and Charles Harrelson. Harrelson's mentor, they claim, was Jack Ruby?

Anyway - to continue on the thought process. We have Ferrie, who is engaged in training Cubans in preparation for the Cuba invasion. He's 'tied in,' has a hatred for Kennedy following the disaster - he may have some personal motives given Marcello's deportation [to Guatemala of all places, where the Cuban invasion forces were being trained!]. There is the film, which I have read as much as possible about, which places Ferrie and Oswald together at the Lake Pontchartrain Cuban Exile training camp [bTW, the viewer was stunned that the CIA would be engaged in spending budget to train these secret armies].

Judyth Baker has Ferrie experimenting in cancer research. I may have to go back and look at her account again. Clearly he'd have motive, given his condition. By all accounts, scumbag that he was, the man was a genuis. Spoke many languages, well versed in mathematics, science, etc. Not the boob he is made out to be in the film JFK at all.

Now - we know it as fact today that the Syndicate was engaged by the CIA for the purpose of assassinating Castro. We have a large number [some quite humorous] of methods and secret weapons to be used for same - some simply for the purpose of humiliation.

Is there a link between the CIA, the Syndicate, and the attempt to assassinate Castro, where Ferrie would play a role?

What about the MK/ULTRA program?

We know as fact that this program, and multiple offshoots - existed. What were in the records Helms ordered destroyed in 1973?

http://www.druglibrary.org/schaffer/histor...a/Hearing01.htm

Perhaps most disturbing of all was the fact that the extent of experimentation on human subjects was unknown. The records of all these activities were destroyed in January 1973, at the instruction of then CIA Director Richard Helms. In spite of persistent inquiries by both the Health Subcommittee and the Intelligence Committee, no additional records or information were forthcoming. And no one -- no single individual -- could be found who remembered the details, not the Director of the CIA, who ordered the documents destroyed, not the official responsible for the program, nor any of his associates.

We've got an exploding cigar, poisoned oxygen tanks for scuba diving, a poison pen, shaving cream, soap, etc. etc. Is it too far out to make the leap that Ferrie, through Bannister, was engaged in working to develop the ultimate assassination weapons to remove Castro? That there may have been more than one program involved in this regard?

http://spot.acorn.net/jfkplace/03/MS/copa.html

    During the Topic Research Group on Oswald, a participant

indicated that David Ferrie sent his CAP cadets to Tulane University for

mind control experiments. The New York Branch of CAP was founded by Cord

Meyers Sr, father of the CIA official.

Maybe I will find every reference to Ferrie being an amateur hypnotist, and the various individuals that speculated that he made use of hypnosis somehow in the assassination of Kennedy. There's only a few. B) I will do that on this thread.

Who was associated with MKULTRA that Ferrie would have known? Charles Willoughby?

http://alexconstantine.50megs.com/the_early_days.html

Corso was a charter member, under Charles Willoughby, the aforementioned YAF co-founder, of the Shickshinny Knights of Malta in Pennsylvania, a conspiratorial fraternal order patterned after the military order of the Vatican.)

        Guy Bannister, a Birch Society pamphleteer, was Lee Harvey Oswald's handler at 544 Camp Street in New Orleans. Bannister employed an investigator, Jack S. Martin, a fascist co-conspirator with his boss and Charles Willoughby-Weidenbach (formerly General MacArthur's intelligence chief in Korea), a core strategist in the Kennedy assassination, according to Mae Brussell, Dick Russell and others. Bannister was a drunkard, a former FBI agent and Naval Intelligence officer. He published a racist newsletter. He choreographed the activities of a group of anti-Castro Cubans in New Orleans. He died nine months after the murder of John Kennedy.

Hmm...

http://www.lycaeum.org/books/books/last_circle/15.htm

While reading Dick Russell's book, "The Man Who Knew Too Much," I came across a chapter referencing Japanese biological experiments conducted during World War II. In one passage (pp. 125126), Russell noted that, at the end of World War II, Charles Willoughby, General Douglas MacArthur's chief of intelligence, had seized Japanese lab records on germ warfare. When the Pentagon determined that the biological research might prove useful in the Cold War, the Japanese responsible for the experiments received immunity from prosecution in exchange for their cooperation.

Who else has Ferrie being in New Orleans before 3:15pm on 11/22? Is there a photo? Why would Alvin Roland Beauboeuf say that the trip to the skating rink in Texas had been planned 2 weeks prior - I mean, is that not absurd? Nowhere to skate in New Orleans? If it was originally a hunting trip, I could see it - however, considering the storm that they had to drive through - wouldn't you postpone? Lunacy.

- lee

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Lee, seems to me Ferrie wanted somewhere far enough away, but with a phone line on tap,the rink provided this. the hunting story is just good old B/S..Steve.

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It doesn't take much searching to find plenty of material which suggests that the US Government was behind the creation of AIDs, and that AIDs was developed largely for the purpose of population control - population of certain undesireables would have been pre-selected, as per multiple references. Seems that blacks head the list there. And that fits in quite well with the ideology of certain groups in 1963.

Was Ferrie involved in work relative to what Operation Paperclip may have been engaged in doing, under the auspices of MK/ULTRA programs? Was he an unfortunate victim of his own meddling?

If fact, that AIDs was developed specifically for the purpose of targetting undesireable groups for population control, including first and foremost blacks, possibly next hispanics, but also homosexuals - If Ferrie or Walker had their hands in it, that's true irony.

An interesting timeline. Insert the part about Charles Willoughby and the Japanese data at the onset.

http://www.apfn.org/apfn/aids.htm

In 1951, we now know our government conducted its first virus attack on African Americans. Crates in Pennsylvania were tainted to see how many Negro crate handlers in Virginia would acquire the placebo virus.. They were also experimentally infecting sheep and goats. According to author Eva Snead, they also held their first world conference on an AIDS-like virus.

In 1954, Dr. Bjorn Sigurdsson publishes his first paper on Visna virus and establishes himself as the “Grandfather of the AIDS virus.” He will encounter competition from Dr. Carlton Gajdusek.

In 1955, they were able to artificially assemble the tobacco mosaic virus. Mycoplasmas will forever be at the heart of the U.S. biological warfare program

In 1957, future U.S. president, Rep Gerald Ford and others gave the U.S. Pentagon permission to aggressively deploy offensive biological agents. There are no recorded cases of AIDS prior to the 1957 creation of “Special Operation-X.” (The SOX) program served as the immediate prototype program for the Special Virus program to begin in 1962.

By 1960, Nikita Kruschev had been let in on the biological weapon. His 1960 statement will long reflect the arrogance of the secret blend of communism and democracy. The two countries would go to a November 1972 agreement to cull the Black Population.

In 1961, scientist Haldor Thomar publishes that viruses cause cancer. In 1995, he and Carlton Gajdusek informed the National Academy of Sciences that “the study of visna in sheep would be the best test for candidate anti-HIV drugs.”

In 1962, under the cover of cancer research, the United States charts a path to commit premeditated murder, the “Special Virus” program begins on February 12th. Dr. Len Hayflick sets up a U.S. mycoplasma laboratory at Stanford University. Many believe the “Special Virus” program began in November 1961 with a Phizer contract.

Beginning in 1963 and for every year thereafter, the “Special Virus” program conducted annual progress reviews at Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, PA. The annual meetings are representative of the aggressive nature in which the United States pursued the development of AIDS.

In 1964, the United States Congress gave full support for the leukemia/lymphoma (AIDS) virus research.

In 1967, the National Academy of Sciences launched a full scale assault on Africa. The CIA (Technical Services Division) acknowledged its secret inoculator program.

In 1969, Fort Detrick told world scientists and the Pentagon asked for more money, they knew they could make AIDS. Nixon’s July 18 secret memo to Congress on “Overpopulation” serves as the start of the paper trail of the AIDS Holocaust.

In 1970, President Nixon signed PL91-213 and John D. Rockefeller, III became the “Population Czar.” Nixon’s August 10 National Security Memo leaves no doubt as to the genocidal nature of depopulation.

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Lee, seems to me Ferrie wanted somewhere far enough away, but with a phone line on tap,the rink provided this. the hunting story is just good old B/S..Steve.

Thanks Steve.

I would have imagined that there may be another reason for the destination, but we may never learn the true nature.

This article is great.

As with certain other matters, is it at all possible that Ferrie was engaged in matters much larger than the assassination of Kennedy? I think it's a distinct possibility. Kennedy is somewhat occidental.

- lee

http://spot.acorn.net/jfkplace/09/fp.back_...sue/ferrie.html

At the time of the assassination Ferrie was a forty-five year old New Orleans resident who was acquainted with some of the most notorious names linked to the assassination: Lee Oswald, Clay Shaw, Guy Banister, Jack Ruby, and Carlos Marcello. He possessed assorted talents and eccentricities. He was a pilot, and at one time a senior pilot with Eastern Airlines until he was fired for homosexual activity on the job. He was also a hypnotist, a serious researcher of the origins of cancer, amateur psychologist, and a victim of a strange disease, alopecia, which made all of his body void of hair. Anti-Castro, anti-Kennedy, and anti-Communist, Ferrie was also a bishop of the Orthodox Old Catholic Church of North America. His odd lifestyle was embellished with an equally bizarre appearance featuring a red toupee and false eyebrows. Investigator and author Harrison Livingstone met Ferrie and remembered him as "an intense and sinister, cynical, disgusting, disheveled individual who was excited at the prospect of preying upon the vulnerable, the helpless, and the innocent."

Ferrie wasn't always anti-Castro. In the fifties he flew guns to Castro's rebel forces as they fought Batista's army in the Sierra Maestra. In 1961 he flew bombing missions over Cuba and sometimes made daring landings to retrieve anti-Castro resistance fighters. When Castro announced his intentions to become a Communist, and aligned his political philosophy with Kruschev's Soviet Union, Ferrie turned against him.

Communism in Cuba, and Kennedy's seemingly inability to do anything about it, drove Ferrie to become vociferous in his speech against the president. He turned against Kennedy during the Bay of Pigs debacle. At this time Ferrie became a member of the anti-Castro Cuban Revolutionary Front, financed by New Orleans mafia boss, Carlos Marcello. In March 1962 Ferrie began work as a private investigator for G. Wray Gill,Marcello's New Orleans attorney. This arrangement continued through 1963. Eventually Ferrie worked extensively for Marcello and a New Orleans private investigator, Guy Banister, an ex-FBI agent, anti-Communist, who kept an office at 544 Camp Street in New Orleans, a location known as a hot-bed of sinister activities surrounding right-wing and anti-Castro organizations. He worked with Banister the same time he was employed with Gill. It was at 544 Camp Street that Lee Oswald kept company with Banister and Ferrie.

During his public war on organized crime, documented in his book The Enemy Within, Robert Kennedy, as attorney general, deported crime boss Carlos Marcello. Kennedy branded Marcello as an undesirable character who had no positive use for American society. On April 6, 1961, Marcello was whisked away in a plane and dumped on a Guatamalan beach. Two months later Marcello found his way back into the country, possibly with the help of David Ferrie's pilot experience. Marcello privately vowed to get even.

In September of 1962, private investigator Ed Becker met with Ferrie's boss, Carlos "The Little Man" Marcello. He hoped to obtain funds from Marcello for an oil venture. During a whiskey-laced conversation at Marcello's country estate in Louisiana Becker mentioned Marcello's deportation. Marcello angrily announced that Robert Kennedy "would be taken care of." But he hinted that it would be done in a round-about manner. He declared that to kill a dog you don't cut off the tail but the head. The head would be the president, and the plan would include finding a nut to take the blame, "the way they do it in Sicily."

Marcello employed Oswald's uncle Charles Murret as a bookmaker in the New Orleans gambling world. In the 1970's the FBI wiretapped many of Marcello's phone conversations. However, the FBI has refused to release 161 reels of tape containing these conversations. An FBI informant, Joe Hauser, who claimed he made several of these recordings, told author John H. Davis that Marcello spoke of involvement in the assassination and that he personally knew Oswald.

Though Ferrie officially denied knowing Oswald, it is widely believed that Ferrie met Oswald far before their alleged liaison at 544 Camp Street. In 1955 both Ferrie and Oswald were members of the Louisiana Civil Air Patrol. Ferrie was asked to leave the air patrol just before Oswald joined, but apparently still remained close to the members of the organization. Though Ferrie denied any relationship with Oswald, a former schoolmate claimed that he, Oswald, and Ferrie all worked in the Civil Air Patrol. Several other members of the organization said that Oswald and Ferrie were in the Civil Air Patrol at the same time. On the day Oswald handed out pro-Castro leaflets in New Orleans, Ferrie was leading an anti-Castro demonstration a few blocks away. Guy Banister's secretary Delphine Roberts told author Anthony Summers that at least once Oswald and Ferrie went together to a Cuban exile training camp near New Orleans for rifle practice.

In 1954 Oswald joined the Civil Air Patrol. In an interview with Look magazine in 1967, Oswald's brother Robert told a reporter, "According to Lee's own later statement, 1954 was the year when he first became interested in communism . . . I can't help wondering whether it might have been Ferrie who introduced Lee to Communist ideas. I realize that I have nothing solid on which to base such a speculation, except the timing."

House Select Committee on Assassinations records released in 1993 revealed a flight plan (HSCA RG 233) dated April 8, 1963. The flight plan that details a pilot named Ferrie flying three passengers, Hidell, Lambert, and Diaz, from New Orleans to Garland, Texas. It is well known that Oswald used the alias of A.J. Hidell and more recently there is evidence that Clay Shaw, the subject of Jim Garrison's New Orleans investigation into the assassination, used an alias of Clay Bertrand and Lambert. An affidavit accompanying the HSCA RG 233 document claims that Georgian Edward J. Grinus stated in 1967 that one of Clay Shaw's aliases was Lambert. Several witnesses have maintained that Shaw and Ferrie were seen together at the New Orleans airport; speaking to each other in a limousine; together in Clinton, Louisiana; and at private parties and New Orleans bars.

In September 1963 Perry Russo, a New Orleans insurance agent, attended a party at Ferrie's apartment. According to Russo, after the party broke up a group of anti-Castro Cubans began talking of the possibilities of assassinating Fidel Castro. Ferrie introduced Russo to a tall, distinguished-looking, white-haired man named Clem Bertrand, whom Garrison believed was an alias of Clay Shaw. Whether Russo really encountered Shaw has been the subject of an acute controversy. Ferrie also introduced Russo to a man named Leon Oswald. The conversation eventually drifted to the subject of Kennedy's inability to control the communists in Cuba. Ferrie dramatically took the floor and discussed the possibility of killing Castro and illustrated his points by showing his audience a map of Cuba, where the assassination team could land, and the routes to and from Havana.

Russo claimed he and Ferrie became friends and had several meetings. Russo said Ferrie at one time spoke of killing Kennedy and blaming it on Castro. This would give anti-Castro activists an excuse to invade Cuba -- getting rid of two of Ferrie's enemies, Castro and Kennedy, and opening Cuba to free enterprise. He said Kennedy could be killed by a "triangulation" of rifle fire. Ferrie elaborated on his plan of triangulation saying that two shooters would create diversionary shots and the third shooter would make the kill. There would be one shooter who would take the blame.

hmm...that could explain the misses, and the multiple shooters in the TSBD.

On the day of the assassination Ferrie was in a courtroom with Carlos Marcello. Marcello was found innocent of all charges brought against him by Robert Kennedy. Only hours after the shooting, Marcello attorney C. Wray Gill, visited Ferrie's home with unwanted news. Gill was telephoned by an unknown source in Dallas saying that Oswald's wallet contained a library card with Ferrie's name on it. Oswald's former landlady in New Orleans was paid a visit by a visibly agitated Ferrie who wondered if she knew anything about the card. Ferrie then rushed to an ex-neighbor of Oswald's and again asked for any information about the card that she might know, but was again frustrated from finding an answer. Immediately after searching for information about his library card and finding none, Ferrie made a phone call to Houston to reserve a room at the Alamotel, a Carlos Marcello owned motel.

When asked why he took the trip to Houston, Ferrie told federal authorities that he and two male companions drove all night on November 22, 1963, 350 miles, through a fierce thunderstorm to Houston to go goose hunting in Texas. He also claimed the trip was designed to gather information on how to run an ice skating rink, a business he wished to open in New Orleans. On the 23rd of November Ferrie visited the Winterland Skating Rink, managed by Chuck Rolland. Rolland told authorities he never spoke to Ferrie about the skating rink business. All Ferrie did, said Rolland, was make and receive phone calls for hours at a pay phone.

On the afternoon of November 23rd Ferrie called his roommate. Layton Martens told Ferrie that he was being accused of involvement in the assassination. Ferrie returned to New Orleans to find that the FBI and Secret Service had just learned about his library card being found in Oswald's wallet. An FBI teletype from the New Orleans office to FBI headquarters notified Director Hoover that Carlos Marcello's attorney G. Wray Gill had notified Ferrie about the library card. Though someone at the Dallas P.D. had tipped off Gill about the card, and information about it was teletyped to Hoover, an inventory of Oswald's personal property by the Dallas P.D. shows no record of a library card. On the evening of November 23, 1963 Ferrie drove to Galveston, stayed the night and returned to New Orleans the next day. There is no record explaining why Ferrie went to Galveston.

Garrison, a friend of C. Wray Gill, checked the records of office calls made from Gill's office during November 1963. He found that the records were missing, and that Ferrie had access to the records. Gill told Garrison that Ferrie had made numerous long distance phone calls from Gill's office in 1962 and '63.

Minutes after the assassination an search of the Dal-Tex Building, situated at Elm and Houston Streets and overlooking Dealey Plaza, yielded a man named Eugene Brading. Brading had recently had his name changed to Jim Braden. An elevator man had noticed a suspicious person using the freight elevator and called the police. The police detained Braden, who said he had taken the elevator to the third floor to find a telephone. The police released him, not knowing his real identity -- Eugene Brading, a convicted felon.

Braden had stayed at the now infamous Cabana Motel in Dallas the night before. The Cabana was owned by the Campisi brothers who had close relationships with Jack Ruby and Carlos Marcello. Ruby had visited the Cabana's Egyptian Lounge the night before the shooting, had met with a man named Lawrence Meyers, and made several phone calls, some as late as 2:30 a.m. on the day of the assassination. Early on the day of the assassination, Braden had checked in with parole officers at a Dallas federal courthouse. He gave his New Orleans address as the same building and floor where David Ferrie kept an office.

Sometime in September 1963 Ferrie made a phone call to an apartment building that housed Jean West. Ms. West was the companion of Lawrence Meyers while they stayed at the Cabana Motel the night of the assassination. Records of Jack Ruby's phone calls in November of 1963 showed that he had also called Jean West's number. Ferrie was known to use an alias of "Farris" on occasions. Though there is no known physical link between Ferrie and Ruby, Jim Garrison claimed that Jack Ruby's address book contained the name of "Farris."

After the assassination, the Secret Service put Marina Oswald under protective custody -- and so she remained, for over three months. According to researcher Harold Weisberg, in his book Oswald in New Orleans, on November 24, 1963, the day that Oswald was shot by Ruby, Secret Service agents asked Oswald's wife Marina whether she knew a Mr. David Ferrie. She said she did not.

On November 26, 1963 a Georgian businessman, Gene Summer, told the FBI that he was sure he saw Oswald accept money from a man he believed was the owner of the Town and Country restaurant in Louisiana. Hoover eventually ordered an investigation of the matter. The Town and Country restaurant was owned by Carlos Marcello. This was a place where Ferrie and Marcello often did business. The FBI questioned a Marcello employee, and Marcello's brother Anthony, concerning Gene Summer's testimony, but nothing came of the investigation.

Other FBI investigations at this time focused on New Orleans. The more agents investigated Ferrie's life the more links they found between Oswald and Ferrie. The relationship surely caused some suspicion in the FBI since they knew Ferrie had a verifiable relationship with Carlos Marcello, the well-known New Orleans underworld figure and hater of Robert Kennedy. Just when the investigation was yielding clearer links between all of these individuals, Director Hoover abruptly closed the investigation of Ferrie December 6, 1963, only two weeks after the assassination. None of the information the FBI collected concerning Ferrie was ever presented to the Warren Commission. David Belin, a former Warren Commission counsel, wrote a book in 1988, Final Disclosure, in which he defended the Warren Commission's findings that Oswald was the sole gunman. In his book, Belin never mentions David Ferrie.

On February 13, 1964, Canadian Richard Giesbrecht unwittingly overheard a conversation between two men in the Winnipeg International Airport. Giesbrecht noticed that one of the men had "the oddest hair and eyebrows I'd ever seen." He later told the FBI he was certain that the man was David Ferrie. Ferrie's companion was approximately the same age as Ferrie, late forties, wore a hearing aid and spoke with a Latin accent. Giesbrecht heard Ferrie tell his companion that he was concerned about how much Oswald had told his wife about the plot to kill Kennedy. They spoke of the Warren Commission investigation and discussed a man called Isaacs, his relationship with Oswald, and wondered why he got involved with someone so "psycho" as Oswald. One of the men lamented the fact that Isaacs had been caught on television film sometime during the Dallas motorcade. Ferrie said that "they" had more money than ever. Then Giesbrecht caught a snippet of a conversation relating to a meeting that was to take place in March in Missouri, since there had been no meeting since November of 1963. Giesbrecht immediately contacted the FBI through his attorney. He gave details of the conversation and after seeing a picture of Ferrie asserted that he was the man he had seen and heard at the Winnipeg airport. After questioning Giesbrecht and telling him that his information was important and "the break we've been waiting for," the FBI contacted him several months later and told him to forget about the matter since it was too serious and since he was a Canadian, there would be nothing the FBI could do for him if he needed protection. In a 1969 interview Giesbrecht told writer Paris Flammonde that he was 100 per cent certain the man he saw at the Winnipeg Airport was David Ferrie.

In February of 1967, New Orleans D.A. Jim Garrison announced that he was reopening the investigation into the president's assassination. Garrison's announcement came the day after John Roselli, a mafia figure with ties to various mafioso bosses throughout the country, told Chief Earl Warren through his attorney that he had been involved in several CIA attempts to assassinate Fidel Castro. To retaliate, Roselli claimed that Castro's agents, in conjunction with mafia figures, planned the murder of the president.

Garrison announced that one of his chief suspects was David Ferrie. He placed Ferrie in protective custody, accompanied by a bodyguard in a New Orleans hotel. Ferrie publicly scoffed at Garrison's allegations telling journalists that " . . . I have been pegged as the getaway pilot in an elaborate plot to kill Kennedy . . . " and that it was "fruitless to look for an accomplice of Oswald." On February 21, Ferrie was inexplicably released from protective custody before he had completely testified.

Ferrie was found dead in his apartment on February 22, 1967. He had left two typed notes that suggested suicide. The first began "To leave this life, to me, is a sweet prospect." For several paragraphs he rambled on about crime in America and the incompetence of the American government. The second note was brief and declared that "when you read this I will be quite dead and no answer will be possible." New Orleans Metro Crime Commission director, Aaron Kohn believed that Ferrie was murdered. The New Orleans coroner officially reported that the cause of death was natural: a cerebral hemorrhage. The day before Ferrie's death, Eladio del Valle was murdered in Miami with hatchet and bullet by unknown assailants. Del Valle was an ex-city councilman from Havana during the Batista regime. He was associated with Florida mafia boss Santos Trafficante. Del Valle and Ferrie were members of the Cuban Democratic Revolutionary Front, an organization devoted to overthrowing Castro. New Orleans D.A. Jim Garrison believed that del Valle paid Ferrie for bombing mission over Cuba. In 1961 del Valle boasted that he had assembled over 8,000 men in Cuba ready to overthrow Castro. In 1963 he was also a leader of the Committee to Free Cuba.

During his investigation, Garrison found that before the assassination Ferrie had deposited over seven thousand dollars in his bank account, and after the assassination someone purchased Ferrie a gasoline-station franchise. Ferrie also secured a job with an air cargo service firm that he kept for several years. It is believed that all of these windfalls were the result of Carlos Marcello repaying Ferrie. Marcello testified that he paid Ferrie seven thousand dollars for Ferrie's paralegal work in November of 1963. Though Ferrie had several interesting connections to the assassination, Garrison never linked any of Ferrie's activities to Marcello. Garrison never publicly recognized any mafia presence in New Orleans. Authors John H. Davis, Philip Melanson, attorney Frank Ragano, and Victor Marchetti and many investigators believe that Garrison's investigation was designed to protect Carlos Marcello from being linked to the assassination. Though Ferrie's relationship with Marcello was obvious and a matter that Marcello publicly acknowledged, there is no mention of Marcello in Garrison's 1970 book on the assassination, A Heritage of Stone, nor is there any mention of Marcello in the Warren Commission Report.

Executive Assistant to the Deputy Director of the CIA Victor Marchetti was told by a CIA colleague that "Ferrie had been a contract agent to the Agency in the early sixties and had been involved in some of the Cuban activities." Marchetti was convinced that Ferrie was a CIA contract officer and involved in various criminal activities. Marchetti told author Anthony Summers that "he observed consternation on the part of then CIA Director Richard Helms and other senior officials when Ferrie's name was first publicly linked with the assassination in 1967."

Raymond Broshears, an ex-roommate of Ferrie, said that Ferrie had told him that he went to Houston the day after the assassination to await a call from a man, allegedly one of the gunmen. This person was to fly from Dallas to Houston in a twin-engine plane that would take them to Central America and eventually to South Africa where the U.S. government had no extradition treaty. South Africa, at the time, was the home of Permindex, an organization with a sinister and cloudy past that had been reportedly ousted from Europe for nefarious activities and had a history of connections with world-wide assassinations. Ferrie was to function as a co-pilot for the gunmen and supposedly another companion who was to be deeply involved in the assassination. The men had code names and the only code name Broshears could remember was Garcia. Ferrie said he never received the phone call. Ferrie told Broshears that the assassins panicked and tried to fly non-stop to Mexico, but they crashed off the coast of Corpus Christi and perished. Broshears believes Ferrie was murdered. Ferrie told him "no matter what happens to me I won't commit suicide." On the other hand, Ferrie had often boasted that he knew of ways of killing people that could be mistaken for suicide.

Broshears told author Dick Russell in 1975 that Ferrie believed Kennedy was a Communist. Ferrie had told him that he knew Oswald and that he felt Oswald did not shoot the president. Ferrie believed that Oswald thought he was working for Castro, but in reality he was a pawn in an anti-Castro conspiracy. The plotters wanted to make the assassination look like it was a communist conspiracy. In 1963 Ferrie told Broshears that four people would shoot from different angles. Later in 1964 he said one fired from a sewer opening, another from the grassy knoll, and one from behind the motorcade. Funding for the plot came from Marcello, Ferrie told Broshears, adding that Clay Shaw knew of many of the plot's details but did not engineer it.

On March 4, 1967, three days after Clay Shaw was arrested for complicity in the assassination of JFK, an Italian newspaper with strong communist ties, Il Paese Ser, reported that Clay Shaw was one of the directors of the Rome World Trade Centre, an organization that was run by the CIA to undermine communism. The CIA had admitted that Shaw was a contact for the agency's Domestic Contact Service during the 1950's. Il Paese Sera had strong links to Italian Fascists and Permindex (Permanent Industrial Exhibitions). The article also claimed that Permindex was expelled from Switzerland because of criminal activities, and that Permindex was a financial benefactor to the OAS of France and eventually was relocated in Johannesburg, South Africa. A few days later the same paper published the names of men involved in anti-communist activities through Permindex. Several other communist newspapers, the Italian L'Unita and Moscow's Pravda, began to add to the fantastic claims of the conspiracy theories of Permindex. Eventually many researchers began seeing the Permindex connection as a disinformaton campaign orchestrated by the CIA or more likely communist organizations in Europe. The history of Permindex is complicated and mysterious. Though it was never ousted from Switzerland by the Swiss government, as Il Paese Sera reported, it did move to Rome and then South Africa. The Rome World Trade Centre and Permindex have a shadowy past, but that darkness maybe nothing more than shadows cast by communist political organizations intentionally clouding the conspiracy issue with disinformation.

CIA contract agent Robert Morrow claimed that while working at Permindex in the early sixties he received a call from David Ferrie from Switzerland. Ferrie had been instructed by CIA contacts to tell Morrow to go to Paris and pick up a packet of papers from an American couple who had recently been traveling in the Soviet Union. They had been given the packet of papers by a CIA agent, a "Harvey of Minsk." Since Oswald was living in Minsk during this time, Morrow firmly believes it was Oswald who was providing information for the CIA. Morrow also recounts a story about Ferrie's associate Eladio del Valle. Del Valle had called Morrow in the early autumn of 1963 and requested four walkie-talkies, low-frequency transceivers that could not be traced. Morrow knew that del Valle had connections with the mafia and various anti-Castro groups. Morrow provided the equipment and believes that one of the radios he furnished can be seen in pictures taken of Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963, hanging out of a man's back pocket.

In January of 1992 a former attorney for mob boss Santos Trafficante and Teamster leader Jimmy Hoffa, Frank Ragano, spoke of a meeting he had with Hoffa in early 1963. According to Ragano, Hoffa asked the attorney to tell Trafficante and Marcello that he wanted the president killed. Ragano didn't take the threat seriously but passed the word on anyway. He was shocked to see their reactions; it appeared to Ragano that they had already considered the thought. On November 22, 1963 Ragano said Hoffa called him and asked him if he had heard the good news. Hoffa reportedly said that it looked like Bobby would be thrown out of his attorney general position by Johnson. That night, Ragano says, he had dinner with Trafficante. Trafficante made a toast to the actions of the day declaring that their problems were over and that access to Cuba would be a reality. Ragano said that Marcello told him that Hoffa owed him, and Hoffa recognized the fact that Marcello had done him a big favor.

Transcripts of Ferrie's FBI interview have been buried in the National Archives. They were not turned over to the Warren Commission. Author John H. Davis, a Board of Advisors of the Assassination Archives and Research Center in Washington, D.C., has reported that a 30 page FBI report on Ferrie is missing from the National Archives.

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This and another thread cover a lot of ground, but let me make a stab at a few items. I've been researching Ferrie for a long time and have interviewed many people associated with him for a biography. It will contain a lot of new information and understanding. I need to hold a few things close to the vest due to agreements with other people, but I can offer a few insights here.

I think it is very likely that Ferrie was in New Orleans on 11/22/63 up until about 9:15pm. I spoke with a person who was at his home the previous night and in the morning and had breakfast with him. As far as I know, the few available pictures taken at Federal court that day (by a newspaper that closely guards its archives) do not show Ferrie. In a strange and threatening conversation, a member of the defense did confirm that Ferrie was in court that day. As you know, there are conflicting accounts of his location in the early afternoon.

He apprently attended a "victory party" at the Royal Orleans Hotel. He picked up Beaubouef at school at around 4:30pm and drove back to his apartment where he watched the news accounts with several people, including Layton Martens and John Johnson (I have spoken with most of these people). At 6:30 Ferrie and Beaubouef picked up Coffey and phoned Chuck Rolland in Houston.

(Some have laughed at the ice skating account. Ferrie had recently acquired about $8500. from Gill and Eastern Air Lines and wanted to invest in a business with Beaubouef - the two did eventually invest about 10k in a service station. Another researcher tipped me to a contact Ferrie may have had with another ice rink proprietor, and it appears that he did discuss a franchise to open a rink in New Orleans, where there were no ice rinks.)

As told to me, the trip had several purposes: The most important was to obtain a document from a man in Vinton who was, indeed, scheduled to go on trial shortly. The second was to talk to the Houston man about the franchise. A third was to try to chill out Coffey, who had recently been arrested. The rest was just vacation stuff. (One of the boys thinks Ferrie confused a recent hunting trip with this trip.)

At about 7pm, they arrived at a restaurant in Kenner, where Ferrie spoke with another pilot who gave him a weather update. (There had been a thunderstorm earlier.) At about 9:15 they left for Houston.

This all seems pretty solid. There are a few who simply dismiss Ferrie's friends as all a bunch of liars, but I don't get that impression. They were very candid with all manner of embarrasing stuff.

The three did go to Winterland Rink from 3:30-5:30pm the next day. All 3 donned skates, but Ferrie was hopeless and gave up, BEFORE Chuck Rolland arrived.

Somebody mentioned Ferrie's plane, a Stinson Voyager 150. He himself noted in 1961 that it had been vandalized, and others confirm that it was never airworthy again. However, Ferrie always had ACCESS to planes.

Someone mentioned Ferrie's 1963 log book. A 1961 log book was found in his effects, but there were none for any other years. But FAA correspondence indicates that there was a 1966 log book in existence in early 1967. I have not been able to determine what became of it.

For a number of reasons, I don't buy the Rogers account.

I'll provide chapter and verse for these things in my book, but I recognize that there are some who do not agree.

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Who said that Ferrie was a Hypnotist?

1. Jack Martin.

http://www.jfk-online.com/dbjmaadf.html

11/23/63 Martin to Maj. Presley J. Trosclair of NOPD

-Ferrie owned rifle similar to C2766 shown on TV

-Ferrie mentioned short story plot about shooting of a US president

-Heard on TV that Ferrie and Oswald were in same CAP unit

-Heard on TV that Oswald possessed Ferrie's library card

-Gill had made Ferrie remove Cuban propaganda from his office

-Ferrie was at that moment on his way to Texas

11/24/63 Martin to Herman Kohlman of New Orleans DA's office

-Ferrie is a degenerate capable of any crime

-Ferrie owned guns similar to C2766 shown on TV

-Gill made Ferrie remove Cuban propaganda from his office

-Ferrie was in Texas

11/25/63 Martin in letter to FAA and FBI

-Oswald was a member of Ferrie's phony CAP squadron

-Ferrie had a bunch of foreign rifles

-Ferrie was getting mail from the Cuban people Oswald was connected with

-Ferrie was a professional hypnotist

-Ferrie had been in and out of town just prior to assassination

-Ferrie was dumped by Cubans because of his pro-Castro activity

-Ferrie "could have taught" Oswald to purchase and use such a rifle

-Ferrie helped Oswald get into the Marine Corps

-Ferrie is capable of assassination

11/25/63 Martin to SA Regis Kennedy and SA Claude Schlager of FBI

-Heard on TV that Ferrie and Oswald were in the same CAP unit

-Ferrie may have hypnotized Oswald to kill JFK

-May have seen a photo in Ferrie's home of Oswald in CAP unit

-Ferrie may have taught Oswald to purchase such a weapon

-Oswald may have been the witness against Ferrie in morals case

-Ferrie travelled to Texas

-Ferrie is capable of any crime

-Ferrie could be implicated in JFK assassination

11/27/63 Martin to SA Regis Kennedy and SA LN Shearer

-Never heard Ferrie say JFK should be killed

-May have come to the conclusion that Oswald possessed Ferrie's library card

-Ferrie had guns similar to C2766

-Ferrie possessed Cuban propaganda in Gill's office

-Ferrie is a completely degenerate person capable of any crime

-Ferrie may have trained Oswald to shoot a rifle with telescopic sight

-Did not say Ferrie had flown Oswald to Texas

12/13/66 Martin to Pershing Gervais of NODA

-Arthus told him Oswald had office at 544 Camp

-Ferrie taught Oswald how to order guns

-Ferrie was in Dallas with his Stinson at time of assassination

-Ferrie knew Oswald intimately

-Oswald was in Ferrie's non-existent CAP group

-Ferrie introduced Martin to Oswald at his home (mother and Brownlee present)

-Ferrie's black mechanic was in the TSBD

-Ferrie was in Dallas-Fort Worth on 11/20/63

12/14/66 Martin to Jim Garrison of NODA

-Oswald was in Ferrie's non-existent CAP group

-Ferrie introduced Martin to Oswald in Banister's office

-Oswald came to Banister's office to see Banister, with Arcacha present

-Ferrie was pro-JFK, worshipped him like a god

-Saw Ferrie and Oswald together on other occasions

-Ferrie taught Oswald how to order rifles

-Oswald had an office at 544 Camp, Ferrie was in there all the time

12/26/66 Martin to Louis Ivon of NODA

-Saw Ferrie, Oswald, Brownlee enter Banister's office

9/19/77 Martin to Cliff Fenton of HSCA

-Ferrie's grave site was changed and body moved more than twice by FBI

12/5/77 Martin to Robert Buras of HSCA

-Saw Oswald with Ferrie in Banister's office

-Saw rifle just like C2766 in Ferrie's apartment

-Gun Oswald used might have belonged to Ferrie

2. Richard Case Nagell

http://www.webcom.com/ctka/pr1195-nagltr.html

Meanwhile, Single-Man named "Snerd" gets wind of Xmas Present Caper and going-on at Bravo Club. Snerd is Isle of Cuber's Big Mother Busher's illegitimate son. Snerd gets in touch with Double-Man Abe Greenbaum, working in deep cover at BPR, Division of Dirty Tricks, as Rightist. Actually, Abe is Leftist-turned Middlist. Middlist Abe contacts Triple-Man Zero, sitting on ice because has burned butt. Triple-Man Zero instructed to join Delta Club, which is affiliate of Bravo Club, find out if things real. Zero does just that, craftily, in guise of crossbow expert. Discovers Patsy undergoing hypnotherapy by ex-ferry pilot named Hairy De Fairy. Reports to Abe things are for real, yes siree! Abe passes info on to Dirty Dick (and Snerd). Snerd passes info on to Big Mother Busher. Somebody flashes word back for Zero to let go with well-aimed arrow in Patsy's rump . . . leave Yanquis Land, hubba hubba! Zero chickens out day he is to arrow Patsy, six days before Xmas present to be delivered. Pens Abe nasty note. Pens Snerd nastier note. Pens Dirty Dick even nastier note. Also pens note to Boss of Yanquis Land's Main Secret Police Bureau, tattles on Xmas Present Caper, tattles on Patsy, etc. Burns butt again. Searches in vain for cake of ice to sit on. Winds up in Friendship Province Halfway House.

3. Al Landry, so says Perry Russo

http://www.jfk-online.com/pre31kemp.html

Q: You mentioned that there was something involving hypnotism with Ferrie, that he had practiced it?

A: Well, Ferrie had shown me that he had received, I think, a doctorate of Psychology, he had received a medical degree that he could practice, and three other degrees, which I don't recall at this moment, and in his house, his first house that I met him in, which was out near the Kenner area or the Metairie area, he had surgery equipment which was kept very clean and things like that, and I had occasion -- that he gave us a demonstration in hypnotism at that time.

Now, later on in talking to Al, Al Landry, Al told me that Ferrie had used hypnotism on the members of the Civil Air Patrol when he was making aggressions -- sexual aggressions on them.

4. Perry Russo

http://www.jfk-online.com/pr03.html

"Russo said that one night he and Landry and Tim Kershenstine, who lives on 2061 Pelopidas, phone number 943-8490, and possibly Niles Peterson were in the Interlect which is located on Bourbon Street and they ran into Dave Ferrie. Ferrie said that he would like to talk with Landry privately and Russo told Ferrie that whatever he had to say to Landry he should do it in front of everybody. Russo then told Landry to tell Ferrie to take a walk and that he didn't want to be involved with him any more Landry then told Ferrie that he wanted to break off his relationship. Ferrie then told Landry that he would talk to him about it later and he then turned to Russo and told him that either he or one of his men would kill him for what he had done to him and Landry. Russo told Ferrie to just get away and stay away from Landry because he was no good for Landry. He said that Landry had told him that Ferrie used to hypnotize him and give him post- hypnotic suggestions. He also said that Ferrie eventually confessed to him that he used hypnosis for sexual purposes.

5. Gene Barnes?

http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/whitmeyferrie.htm

There was also a report published in the Warren volumes (8) provided by an NBC camera operator named Gene Barnes describing a man named "Fairy", whom an NBC reporter from Chicago had spoken to in Dallas shortly after the assassination. "Fairy" was described as "a narcotics addict now out on bail on a sodomy charge in Dallas", who was a private detective, the owner of an airplane, "who took young boys on flights "just for kicks'". He had allegedly told the reporter, Bob Mulholland, that Oswald had been "under hypnosis from a man doing a mind-reading act a Ruby's 'Carousel.'" If this was David Ferrie, then clearly he had gone to Dallas prior to his trip to Houston and Galveston, and was familiar with Ruby's club.

6. T. Casey Brennan

David ferrie says "Can you see John Kennedy on the little screen?" My heart leaps as I see John Kennedy in the convertible six floors below, but only through the "little screen", i.e. the gunsight; I secretly like John Kennedy, though Daddy hates him, and I am glad to see him on "the little screen". But it all happens so quickly, seeing John Kennedy and then Daddy yells:

"NOW!"

My finger automatically contracts on what I now know was the trigger. I have never seen the Zapruder film, except in little glimpses. In my recollection of the incident, this is what took place: My shot hits the President in the chest. To my amazement, he writhes sideways as the bullet hits. David Ferrie takes the rifle instantly, and fires two more shots as I collapse.

As he does, Daddy shouts: "Don't shoot Jacky, Ferrie! Don't shoot Jackie, or I'll kill ya right now!"

David ferrie says: "Shut up, Bill!" - then, as three more shots ring out from elsewhere on the street - "Back-up! Good men! They could have left me hanging, but they didn't!"

I look out the window now, but David Ferrie gives the hypnotic command: "Don't look at the man we just shot!"

What does Bille Del Mar have to say?

    Around the time that Kennedy died in Dallas, Jack Ruby had been in the company of two known hypnotists. One of them was CIA agent David Ferrie, from New Orleans. The other was Billie Del Mar, who was then entertaining in Jack Ruby's Carousel Club. Del Mar fled from Dallas the day of the Kennedy assassination, and was never called to testify before the Warren Commission.

http://www.freedomdomain.com/mindelectronic.html

Raiding police carted off Ferrie's effusive notes on hypnosis and a pile of books on post-hypnotic suggestion.
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FERRIE claimed he has owned a Stinson 150 blue and white, single engine, four passenger monoplane, registration number 8293K and that this plane has not been airworthy since the license expired in the spring of 1962. FERRIE stated he has never flown LEE HARVEY OSWALD to Dallas, Texas or any other town in Texas at any time. He said the only planes he would have access to would be rental planes.
12/13/66 Martin to Pershing Gervais of NODA

-Arthus told him Oswald had office at 544 Camp

-Ferrie taught Oswald how to order guns

-Ferrie was in Dallas with his Stinson at time of assassination

-Ferrie knew Oswald intimately

-Oswald was in Ferrie's non-existent CAP group

-Ferrie introduced Martin to Oswald at his home (mother and Brownlee present)

-Ferrie's black mechanic was in the TSBD

-Ferrie was in Dallas-Fort Worth on 11/20/63

Frederick Stephen Patrick O'Sullivan

[After the assassination, no date given] I accompanied...Lieutenant Paul Dwyer, from the New Orleans Police Department, Intelligence Division...out to New Orleans Airport where we found Dave Ferrie's airplane. We wanted to check it to see if it was flyable, to see possibly whether he had been flying it lately, with the thought that he may have transported Oswald to Dallas. This isn't my thought, this was brought up to me. And we found his plane, but his plane was not in flyable condiditon. It had flat tires, instruments missing, needed a paint job. We also checked to see if he had rented an aircraft from any of the companies out there, and one company in particular said they wouldn't rent him an airplane."

Frederick Stephen Patrick O'Sullivan can't recall any connection whatsoever between Oswald [whom he had urged to join CAP to begin with], and David Ferrie. He even takes pains to research CAP documentation, and comes up empty-handed. He can't recall if Ferrie was in charge of the squadron when Oswald was there. But we have to take his word. And again for the condition of Ferrie's plane.

If it wasn't for the infamous photo, looks like we'd be stuck wondering about Martin's claim.

On November 25, Martin was interviewed by FBI Agent Regis Kennedy in

New Orleans and provided further information.  He stated that he had

informed several people in the news media of his information about

Ferrie and Oswald and that he thought had once seen a photograph of

Oswald and other CAP members when he once visited Ferrie's home.

FWIW, A Stinson 150 Voyager.

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Hi Lee,

Here is an image of Ferrie's plane. I don't know the names of the men but one could assume they are Ferrie associates.

James

Awesome James!

Maybe these are the guys that were sent to make the plane appears as if it was not flightworthy, some time after Ferrie was informed that Oswald's wallet contained his Library Card. :clapping

I have searched every photo and frame I could ever get my hands on for Ferrie in Dealey Plaza. I just find it illogical that he would not have been present.

Gary Mack indicated that there was something done on the alibi by Weisberg in 67. Was reading through Weisberg's Orleans Parish Testimony- he mentions the Orkin photo, and the Mary Norman film. Ever hear of these? Assuming that the latter was incorporated in the Last Day film, but not always good to assume.

Anyway - it is also interesting to note that the FBI and the Navy were apparently called upon to review Hughes film, and Hoover concluded that Oswald couldn't be seen at the 6th floor window. Weisberg also mentions that a B&W cut was made of the z-film - perhaps that is the one Hosty referred to once. Good stuff, but I wasn't able to find where Weisberg had tracked down any alibi's of Ferrie for that morning so far.

- lee

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Gary Mack indicated that there was something done on the alibi by Weisberg in 67. Was reading through Weisberg's Orleans Parish Testimony- he mentions the Orkin photo, and the Mary Norman film. Ever hear of these? (Lee Forman)

Hi Lee,

I'm not sure what the Orkin photo is but Ruth Orkin was a Life Magazine photographer. She had taken some great shots of people like Albert Einstein, Marlon Brando and Montgomery Clift. Maybe she was present at the Marcello trial?

As to the Mary Norman film, I believe Weisberg misidentifies the Moorman photograph. I may be wrong there but I seem to remember corrections being made to the transcript on the History Matters site.

FWIW.

James

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Lee:""One step further - Ferrie may have been working for the CIA.""

But Lee he was.!! :clapping

You will have to look into the Richard Helms, former head

of the CIA...information.....who in the mid 70's admitted that

Ferrie had ties to the CIA.

....this again was corroborated by CIA agent and author Victor Marchetti ..

see "Coup D'Etat in America "..Weberman, Canfield..page 44..

B :beer

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Lee:""One step further - Ferrie may have been working for the CIA.""

But Lee he was.!!  :up

You will have to look into the Richard Helms, former head

of the CIA...information.....who in the mid 70's admitted that

Ferrie had ties to the CIA.

....this again was corroborated by CIA agent and author Victor Marchetti ..

see "Coup D'Etat in America "..Weberman, Canfield..page 44..

B :lol:

So - he's CIA [thanks Bernice]. He's got a hand in playing with the exiles, and preparing for the invasion, etc. He knew Oswald. He may have been 'handling' Oswald to a certain extent [Nagell reference]. What else did David Ferrie have going on?

Let's look at the assassination of JFK in a different light. JFK is an obstacle. Once removed, what would David Ferrie have been looking forward to in the future? He couldn't have been working 100% of his time on cancer causing agents? On the assassination, the Cuban invasion, the Old Catholic Church? So where else is he spending his time? What else is he engaged in doing on behalf of the Government? Who was he calling all over the United States?

Peter Whitmey's phone transcipt.

http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/whitmeyferrie.htm

  DAVID FERRIE'S LONG DISTANCE PHONE CALLS

      (excluding calls to Cleveland)

      DATE                    CITY CALLED                    CALLING FROM

Dec.    5,    1961            Baton Rouge                    New Orleans

Dec.    11,    1961            Dallas (214-RI2-5178)          New Orleans

Dec.    12,    1961            Houston                        New Orleans

Dec.    12,    1961 (2)        New Orleans                    Houston

Dec.    14,    1961            Gautamala City, Gautamala      New Orleans

Dec.    16,    1961            Gautamala City                  New Orleans

Dec.    19,    1961            Gautamala City                  New Orleans

Dec.    19,    1961            Brownsville, TX                New Orleans

Dec.    20,    1961            Gautamala City                  New Orleans

Dec.    21,    1961            Gautamala City                  New Orleans

Dec.    27,    1961            Gautamala City                  New Orleans

Dec.    30,    1961            Bethesda, MD (202-DL2-3528)    New Orleans

Dec.    31,    1961            Gautamala City                  New Orleans

Jan.    2,    1961            Matavaros, Mexico              New Orleans

Jan.    4,    1962            Jackson, MS                    New Orleans

Jan.    6,    1962            New Orleans                    Alexandria

Jan.    9,    1962            New Orleans                    Houston

Jan.    10,    1962            Guatamala City                  New Orleans

Jan.    13,    1962            Orange, TX                      New Orleans

Jan.    14,    1962            Washington DC (202-WO6-5272)    New Orleans

Jan.    14,    1962            New Orleans                    Houston

Jan.    15,    1962            Guatamala City                  New Orleans

Jan.    15,    1962            Laurel, MS                      New Orleans

Jan.    15,    1962            Magnolia, MS                    New Orleans

Jan.    15,    1962            New Orleans                    Magnolia

Jan.    18,    1962            Covington, LA                  New Orleans

Jan.    23,    1962            Stockton, CA (209-HO6-5066)    New Orleans

Jan.    23,    1962            Brownsville                    New Orleans

Jan.    23,    1962            Guatamala City                  New Orleans

Jan.    25,    1962            Magnolia, MS                    New Orleans

Jan.    29,    1962            Miami                          New Orleans

Feb.    1,    1962            Guatamala City                  New Orleans

Feb.    2,    1962            Sacramento (916-449-2000)      New Orleans

Feb.    3,    1962            Guatamala City                  New Orleans

Feb.    3,    1962            New Orleans                    Brownsville

Feb.    4,    1962            Dallas (214-FE7-6397)          New Orleans

Feb.    5,    1962            Miami (305-HI4-9434)            New Orleans

Feb.    6,    1962            Miami (305-FR1-7551)            New Orleans

Feb.    6,    1962            Dallas (214-RI1-1339)          New Orleans

Feb.    7,    1962            Dallas                          New Orleans

Feb.    9,    1962            Dallas (214-FE7-6397)          New Orleans

Feb.    9,    1962            Miami (305-HI4-9434)            New Orleans

Feb.    10,    1962            Brownsville                    New Orleans

Feb.    14,    1962            Washington DC (202-CA4-3121)    New Orleans

Feb.    20,    1962            Lubbock, TX (806-PO5-9331)      New Orleans

Feb.    23,    1962            Springfield, MO (417-UN6-2201)  New Orleans

Feb.    26,    1962            Sacramento (916-449-2331)      New Orleans

Feb.    27,    1962            Houston                        New Orleans

Mar.    3,    1962            Guatamala City                  New Orleans

Mar.    7,    1962            Houston (731-CA7-6266)          New Orleans

Mar.    7,    1962            Chicago (312-WH3-5246)          New Orleans

Mar.    7,    1962            Irving, TX                      New Orleans

Mar.    8,    1962            Sacramento                      New Orleans

Mar.    9,    1962            Birmingham, MI (313-MI6-5731)  New Orleans

Mar.    9,    1962            Chicago (312-WH3-5246)          New Orleans

Mar.    12,    1962            Ft. Worth, TX                  New Orleans

Mar.    12,    1962            New Orleans                    Inglewood

Mar.    12,    1962            Kenner, LA                      Sacramento

Mar.    13,    1962            Houston (713-CA7-6266)          New Orleans

Mar.    15,    1962            Brownsville                    New Orleans

Mar.    16,    1962            Washington DC (202-RE7-5600)    New Orleans

Mar.    17,    1962            Pittsburgh (412-AT1-5289)      New Orleans

Mar.    18,    1962            Roseville, MI                  New Orleans

Mar.    19,    1962            Chicago                        New Orleans

Mar.    21,    1962            New Orleans                    Detroit

Mar.    23,    1962            Washington DC (202-DE2-2265)    New Orleans

Mar.    23,    1962            Washington DC (202-OX5-6700)    New Orleans

Mar.    28,    1962            Sacramento (916-449-2000)      New Orleans

Apr.    2,    1962            New Orleans                    Port Arthur

Apr.    2,    1962            New Orleans                    Port Arthur

Apr.    5,    1962            Bisbee, AZ (602-HE2-2291)      New Orleans

Apr.    6,    1962            Bisbee, AZ (602-HE2-2291)      New Orleans

Apr.    7,    1962            Mexico DF, Mexico              New Orleans

Apr.    10,    1962            Miami                          New Orleans

Apr.    10,    1962            New Orleans                    Miami

Apr.    11,    1962            New Orleans                    Chicago

Apr.    13,    1962            Minneapolis (612-FE2-5111)      New Orleans

Apr.    13,    1962            Huntington, WV                  New Orleans

Apr.    13,    1962            Miami                          Port Barre

Apr.    16,    1962            Atlanta                        New Orleans

Apr.    17,    1962            Reno (702-FA2-0082)            New Orleans

Apr.    17,    1962            Minneapolis                    New Orleans

Apr.    19,    1962            La Jolla, CA (714-GL9-4311)    New Orleans

Apr.    19,    1962            New Orleans                    San Diego

Apr.    20,    1962            Guatamala City                  New Orleans

Apr.    26,    1962            Bisbee, AZ                      New Orleans

Apr.    26,    1962            Bisbee, AZ                      New Orleans

Apr.    28,    1962            Dallas (214-LA1-7653)          New Orleans

May      2,    1962            Wichita (316-AM2-9376)          New Orleans

May      4,    1962            Detroit (313-WO3-9330)          New Orleans

May      4,    1962            Chicago (312-CE6-2530)          New Orleans

May      5,    1962            Sacramento                      New Orleans

May      9,    1962            Detroit (313-WO3-9330)          New Orleans

May    10,    1962            Birmingham, AL                  New Orleans

May      7,    1962            Sacramento                      Kenner, LA

May      7,    1962            New Orleans                    Sacramento

May      8,    1962            New Orleans                    Sacramento

May      8,    1962            Kenner                          Sacramento

May      8,    1962            Sacramento                      Kenner

May      9,    1962            New Orleans                    Sacramento

May      9,    1962            New Orleans                    Sacramento

May      9,    1962            Carson City, NV                Sacramento

May      9,    1962            New Orleans                    Sacramento

May    10,    1962            New Orleans                    Sacramento

May    10,    1962            New Orleans                    San Fran.

May    10,    1962            Sacramento                      Kenner

May    10,    1962            Orange (713-TU3-5302)          New Orleans

May    11,    1962            Dallas                          New Orleans

May    13,    1962            Sacramento                      New Orleans

May    13,    1962            Beaumont, TX                    Orange

May    13,    1962            Kenner                          Sacramento

May    14,    1962            Kenner                          Sacramento

May    14,    1962            New Orleans                    Sacramento

May    15,    1962            New Orleans                    Sacramento

May    16,    1962            New Orleans                    Sacramento

May    16,    1962            New Orleans                    Sacramento

May    16,    1962            Galveston (713-SO5-5541)        New Orleans

May    16,    1962            Orange                          New Orleans

May    22,    1962 (2)        Waukegan, IL (312-DE6-1111)    New Orleans

May    22,    1962            Lacombe, LA                    New Orleans

May    22,    1962            Gautamala City                  New Orleans

May    22,    1962            New Orleans                    Dallas

May    23,    1962            Toronto (416-HO1-1443)          New Orleans

May    28,    1962            Dallas (214-LA1-7653)          New Orleans

May    29,    1962            Sacramento                      Lafayette

May    29,    1962            Sacramento                      Kenner

May    30,    1962            Sacramento                      New Orleans

May    30,    1962            Oak Lawn, IL (312-GA3-7106)    New Orleans

June    1,    1962 (2)        New Orleans                    Kansas City

June    2,    1962 (2)        New Orleans                    Kansas City

June    3,    1962 (2)        New Orleans                    Kansas City

June    3,    1962            Reno                            New Orleans

June    3,    1962            Atlanta (404-DI4-5438)          New Orleans

June    4,    1962            Washington DC (202-NA8-3810)    New Orleans

June    4,    1962            Washington DC                  New Orleans

June    4,    1962            Washington DC (202-EX3-1000)    New Orleans

June    5,    1962            Reno                            New Orleans

June    5,    1962            Dallas                          New Orleans

June    5,    1962            New Orleans                    Atlanta

June    6,    1962            New Orleans                    Atlanta

June    6,    1962            Gainesville                    New Orleans

June    7,    1962            Reno (702-FA2-0082)            New Orleans

June    7,    1962            Gainesville (404-LE4-3531)      New Orleans

June    8,    1962            Atlanta                        New Orleans

June    11,    1962            Reno (702-FA9-1835)            New Orleans

June    12,    1962 (3)        Sacramento                      New Orleans

June    13,    1962            New Orleans                    Kansas City

June    14,    1962            New Orleans                    Kansas City

June    15,    1962            New Orleans                    Sacramento

June    18,    1962            New Orleans                    Kansas City

June    20,    1962            Sacramento (916-449-2171)      New Orleans

June    22,    1962            Houston (712-CA7-4903)          New Orleans

June    22,    1962            Tyler, TX                      New Orleans

June    22,    1962 (2)        Washington DC (202-EX3-1640)    New Orleans

June    26,    1962            New Orleans                    Kansas City

June    27,    1962            New Orleans                    Kansas City

June    28,    1962            Sacramento (916-449-2000)      New Orleans

June    28,    1962            Bethesda (202-OL2-8528)        New Orleans

June    28,    1962            Chicago (312-FI6-4455)          New Orleans

June    30,    1962            New Orleans                    Dallas

June    30,    1962            New Orleans                    Reno

June    30,    1962            Memphis (901-BR4-7594)          New Orleans

July    3,    1962            Houston (713-CA8-9439)          New Orleans

July    5,    1962 (2)        Decatur, AL                    Lafayette

July    5,    1962 (4)        Decatur                        New Orleans

July    7,    1962            Beaumont (713-TE8-6221)        New Orleans

July    9,    1962            Houston (713-CA8-9439)          New Orleans

July    12,    1962            New Orleans                    Kansas City

July    16,    1962            Houston (713-JA8-4196)          New Orleans

July    16,    1962            Houston (713-CA7-2111)          New Orleans

July    17,    1962            Glenshaw, PA (412-HU6-4885)    New Orleans

July    18,    1962 (2)        Glenshaw                        New Orleans

July    19,    1962            Glenshaw                        New Orleans

July    20,    1962            Glenshaw                        New Orleans

July    20,    1962            Glenshaw (412-HU6-4885)        New Orleans

July    21,    1962            Glenshaw                        New Orleans

July    23,    1962            Glenshaw                        New Orleans

July    24,    1962            Glenshaw                        New Orleans

July    24,    1962            Pittsburgh (412-MU2-8100)      New Orleans

July    25,    1962 (2)        Pittsburgh (412-MU2-8100)      New Orleans

July    25,    1962            Glenshaw                        New Orleans

July    31,    1962            Washington DC                  New Orleans

July    31,    1962            New Orleans                    Pt. Huron, MI

Aug.    2,    1962            San Francisco                  New Orleans

Aug.    2,    1962            Beaumont (713-TE8-6221)        New Orleans

Aug.    4,    1962            Glenshaw                        New Orleans

Aug.    4,    1962            New Orleans                    Marieta, GA

Aug.    5,    1962            Toronto (416-HO1-1443)          New Orleans

Aug.    7,    1962            Washington DC (202-CA4-3121)    New Orleans

Aug.    7,    1962            W. Columbia, TX (713-DI5-3134)  New Orleans

Aug.    7,    1962            Chicago (312-ST2-4426)          New Orleans

Aug.    8,    1962            New Orleans                    Marieta, GA

Aug.    10,    1962            Houston (713-MU7-4195)          New Orleans

Aug.    11,    1962            Reno (HA2-0082)                New Orleans

Aug.    12,    1962            Pittsburgh                      New Orleans

Aug.    13,    1962            Toronto (416-HO1-1443)          New Orleans

Aug.    13,    1962            New York City (212-CI6-5000)    New Orleans

Aug.    13,    1962            Memphis                        New Orleans

Aug.    15,    1962            New York City                  New Orleans

Aug.    15,    1962            Little Rock                    New Orleans

Aug.    15,    1962            Jackson, MS                    New Orleans

Aug.    15,    1962            Stamford, CT                    New Orleans

Aug.    16,    1962            Washington, DC                  New Orleans

Aug.    16,    1962            New Orleans                    Marieta, GA

Aug.    18,    1962            Fort Smith, AR (501-SU3-2147)  New Orleans

Aug.    18,    1962            Houston (713-JA9-4451)          New Orleans

Aug.    19,    1962            New Orleans                    Las Vegas

Aug.    20,    1962            New Orleans                    Ft. Smith

Aug.    20,    1962            New Orleans                    Vinton, LA

Aug.    20,    1962            Houston                        New Orleans

Aug.    20,    1962            Houston (713-MO7-4195)          New Orleans

Aug.    21,    1962            Augusta (404-RE3-8611)          New Orleans

Aug.    22,    1962            New Orleans                    Augusta, GA

Aug.    22,    1962            New Orleans                    Kingman, GA

Aug.    25,    1962            New Orleans                    Beaumont, TX

Aug.    25,    1962            New Orleans                    Brechenridge

Aug.    26,    1962            Glenshaw (412-HU6-4885)        New Orleans

Aug.    26,    1962            Mt. Vernon, NY (914-MO4-2053)  New Orleans

Aug.    27,    1962            Augusta (404-RE3-8611)          New Orleans

Aug.    27,    1962            Augusta (404-PA2-9413)          New Orleans

Aug.    28,    1962            Augusta (404-RE3-9203)          New Orleans

Aug.    29,    1962            Glenshaw                        New Orleans

Aug.    29,    1962            Port Arthur, TX (713-YU2-2252)  New Orleans

Aug.    29,    1962            Little Rock                    New Orleans

Aug.    29,    1962            Miami (305-HI5-2424)            New Orleans

Aug.    29,    1962            Augusta (404-RE3-8611)          New Orleans

Aug.    29,    1962            Augusta (404-PA2-5541)          New Orleans

Aug.    29,    1962            New Orleans                    Augusta, GA

Aug.    30,    1962            Houston (713-JA4-2131)          New Orleans

Aug.    30,    1962 (5)        Augusta (404-PA2-5541)          New Orleans

Aug.    30,    1962            Augusta                        New Orleans

Aug.    30,    1962            Augusta (404-RE3-8611)          New Orleans

Aug.    31,    1962            Augusta (404-PA2-5541)          New Orleans

Aug.    31,    1962            New Orleans                    Augusta, GA

Sept.    3,    1962            Fox Chapel, PA                  New Orleans

Sept.    3,    1962 (2)        Pittsburgh                      New Orleans

Sept.    3,    1962            Pittsburgh (412-MA1-8697)      New Orleans

Sept.    3,    1962 (2)        Glenshaw                        New Orleans

Sept.    4,    1962            Jackson, MS (601-EM6-2361)      New Orleans

Sept.    4,    1962            Pittsburgh (412-AT1-0669)      New Orleans

Sept.    5,    1962            Pittsburgh (412-MA1-8697)      New Orleans

Sept.    5,    1962            Dallas (214-EM8-6993)          New Orleans

Sept.    5,    1962            Reno (702-FA2-0082)            New Orleans

Sept.    6,    1962            New Orleans                    Albany, TX

Sept.    6,    1962            New Orleans                  ? EULHST, TX

Sept.    6,    1962            New Orleans                    Abilene, TX

Sept.    6,    1962            Galveston                      New Orleans

Sept.    6,    1962            Miami (305-HI4-9434)            New Orleans

Sept.    6,    1962            Miami (305-HI5-2424)            New Orleans

Sept.    6,    1962            Galveston (713-SO5-5541)        New Orleans

Sept.    7,    1962            Tyler                          New Orleans

Sept.    7,    1962 (2)        Glenshaw                        New Orleans

Sept.    7,    1962 (2)        New Orleans                    Miami

Sept.    7,    1962            New Orleans                    Atlanta

Sept.    8,    1962            Toronto                        Pittsburgh

Sept.    8,    1962            New Orleans                    Glenshaw

Sept.    9,    1962            Miami                          New Orleans

Sept.    9,    1962            New Orleans                    Jackson, MS

Sept.  10,    1962            New Orleans                    Birmingham

Sept.  10,    1962            Dallas (214-LA6-3844)          New Orleans

Sept.  10,    1962            Wichita (316-MU3-7331)          New Orleans

Sept.  10,    1962            Beaumont (713-TE8-6221)        New Orleans

Sept.  10,    1962            Stephens, AR (501-ST6-7140)    New Orleans

Sept.  11,    1962            Jackson, MS                    New Orleans

Sept.  11,    1962            Memphis                        New Orleans

Sept.  11,    1962            Breckenridge (817-HI9-9157)    New Orleans

Sept.  11,    1962            New Orleans                    Jackson, MS

Sept.  13,    1962            Breckenridge (817-HI9-9157)    New Orleans

Sept.  13,    1962            Wichita (316-MU3-7331)          New Orleans

Sept.  13,    1962            Denver (303-255-4212)          New Orleans

Sept.  13,    1962            Dallas (214-LA6-3844)          New Orleans

Sept.  14,    1962            Dallas (214-LA1-0393)          New Orleans

Sept.  15,    1962            Breckenridge (817-HI9-9157)    New Orleans

Sept.  15,    1962            Jackson, MS (601-EM6-2361)      New Orleans

Sept.  16,    1962            Waco (817-PL2-0416)            New Orleans

Sept.  16,    1962            New Orleans                    Dallas

Sept.  17,    1962            New Orleans                    Dallas

Sept.  17,    1962            New Orleans                    Marshall, TX

Sept.  17,    1962            Arroyo, GA                      New Orleans

Sept.  18,    1962            Jackson, MS (601-EM6-2361)      New Orleans

Sept.  19,    1962            Reno (702-FA2-0082)            New Orleans

Sept.  20,    1962            Houston                        New Orleans

Sept.  20,    1962            Ft. Worth (817-MA6-8221)        New Orleans

Sept.  20,    1962            Chicago (312-MO4-0662)          New Orleans

Sept.  20,    1962            Douglas, AZ                    New Orleans

Sept.  20,    1962            Bisbee, AZ                      New Orleans

Sept.  20,    1962            New Orleans                    Bisbee, AZ

Sept.  21,    1962            Jackson, MS                    New Orleans

Sept.  22,    1962 (2)        Jackson, MS                    New Orleans

Sept.  23,    1962            Chicago (312-MO4-0660)          New Orleans

Sept.  24,    1962            Chicago (312-AM3-0345)          New Orleans

Sept.  25,    1962            Dallas (214-TA4-0361)          New Orleans

Sept.  25,    1962            Kansas City (816-VA1-9841)      New Orleans

Sept.  25,    1962            New Orleans                    Covington

Sept.  26,    1962            Dallas (214-TA4-0361)          New Orleans

Sept.  27,    1962            Dallas (214-LA6-3844)          New Orleans

Sept.  27,    1962            Dallas                          Kenner

Sept.  29,    1962            Kansas City (816-PL3-4438)      New Orleans

Sept.  29,    1962            New Orleans                    Augusta

Oct.    1,    1962            Dallas (214-EM8-6993)          New Orleans

Oct.    1,    1962 (2)        New York                        New Orleans

Oct.    3,    1962            Dallas                          LaPlace

Oct.    4,    1962            Dallas (214-LA6-3844)          Kenner

Oct.    4,    1962            Dallas                          New Orleans

Oct.    4,    1962            Breckenridge (817-HI9-9157)    New Orleans

Oct.    5,    1962            Dallas (214-EM8-6993)          New Orleans

Oct.    5,    1962            Dallas (214-LA6-3844)          New Orleans

Oct.    5,    1962            New York (212-CI6-5000)        New Orleans

Oct.    6,    1962            Dallas (214-LA1-0393)          New Orleans

Oct.    6,    1962            Dallas                          New Orleans

Oct.    6,    1962            Dallas                          Kenner

Oct.    6,    1962            Breckenridge                    New Orleans

Oct.    6,    1962            Miami (305-MO1-5075)            New Orleans

Oct.    8,    1962            Texarkana, TX                  New Orleans

Oct.    9,    1962            Dallas (214-HI8-6411)          New Orleans

Oct.    11,    1962            New York                        New Orleans

Oct.    11,    1962            Houston                        New Orleans

Oct.    12,    1962            Ardmore, OK                    New Orleans

Oct.    12,    1962            Wichita (316-MU3-7331)          New Orleans

Oct.    12,    1962            Chicago (312-SE8-3388)          New Orleans

Oct.    13,    1962            Dallas (214-RI1-4007)          New Orleans

Oct.    13,    1962            New Orleans                    Miami

Oct.    14,    1962            Dallas                          New Orleans

Oct.    15,    1962            Chicago (312-BE8-3388)          New Orleans

Oct.    15,    1962            Dallas                          Kenner

Oct.    16,    1962            Dallas                          Kenner

Oct.    16,    1962            New Orleans                    Jackson, MS

Oct.    16,    1962            New Orleans                    Griffin, GA

Oct.    16,    1962            New York                        New Orleans

Oct.    16,    1962            Breckenridge (817-HI9-9157)    New Orleans

Oct.    17,    1962            New York (212-MU2-2300)        New Orleans

Oct.    17,    1962            Breckenridge (817-HI9-9157)    New Orleans

Oct.    17,    1962            New Orleans                    Jackson, MS

Oct.    18,    1962            Dallas (214-EM8-6993)          New Orleans

Oct.    18,    1962            River For. Il (312-FO9-6241)    New Orleans

Oct.    18,    1962            Washington DC                  New Orleans

Oct.    19,    1962            Chicago                        Baton Rouge

Oct.    19,    1962            Baton Rouge (WA4-1315)          New Orleans

Oct.    19,    1962            Miami                          New Orleans

Oct.    22,    1962            Dallas (214-EM8-6993)          New Orleans

Oct.    22,    1962            New Orleans                    Dallas

Oct.    23,    1962            Breckenridge                    New Orleans

Oct.    23,    1962            Beaumont (713-TE2-1932)        New Orleans

Oct.    23,    1962            Miami (305-UN4-2827)            New Orleans

Oct.    24,    1962            Jackson, MS                    New Orleans

Oct.    24,    1962            Jackson, MS (601-FL5-9630)      New Orleans

Oct.    24,    1962            Wichita (316-MU3-7331)          New Orleans

Oct.    24,    1962            Breckenridge (817-HI9-9157)    New Orleans

Oct.    24,    1962            Jackson, MS (601-FL4-4644)      New Orleans

Oct.    24,    1962            Dallas                          Luling

Oct.    25,    1962            St. Louis (314-JE1-1886)        New Orleans

Oct.    26,    1962            Jackson, MS (601-EM6-2361)      New Orleans

Oct.    26,    1962            Chicago                        New Orleans

Oct.    27,    1962            Jackson, MS (601-FL5-9630)      New Orleans

Oct.    29,    1962            Jackson, MS (601-FL4-5586)      New Orleans

Oct.    29,    1962            Miami (305-JE1-5771)            New Orleans

Oct.    30,    1962            Jackson, MS (601-FL4-4644)      New Orleans

Oct.    30,    1962            Dallas (214-EM8-6993)          New Orleans

Oct.    30,    1962            Reno                            New Orleans

Oct.    30,    1962            San Francisco                  New Orleans

Oct.    31,    1962            Evanston                        New Orleans

Nov.    1,    1962            Dallas (214-LA6-3844)          New Orleans

Nov.    1,    1962            Pauls Vly, OK (405-BE8-2242)    New Orleans

Nov.    1,    1962            Miami (305-JE1-5771)            New Orleans

Nov.    1,    1962            New Orleans                    Jackson, MS

Nov.    2,    1962            New York (212-MU2-2300)        New Orleans

Nov.    2,    1962            Wichita (316-MU3-7331)          New Orleans

Nov.    3,    1962            Chicago (312-RA6-4987)          New Orleans

Nov.    3,    1962            New Orleans                    Breckenridge

Nov.    4,    1962            Miami (305-MO1-5075)            New Orleans

Nov.    5,    1962            Toronto (416-HO1-1443)          New Orleans

Nov.    5,    1962            Pauls Vly, OK (405-BE8-2242)    New Orleans

Nov.    5,    1962            Shreveport (318-422-2812)      New Orleans

Nov.    5,    1962            Miami                          New Orleans

Nov.    6,    1962            Baton Rouge                    Miami

Nov.    6,    1962 (2)        New Orleans    &nbs

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