Book Review:Conspiracy Reader: From the Deaths of JFK and John Lennon to Government-Sponsored Alien Cover-Ups (1001 Pearls)

conspiracy Reader

Title: Conspiracy Reader: From the Deaths of JFK and John Lennon to Government-Sponsored Alien Cover-Ups (1001 Pearls)
Author: Joan D’Arc, Al Hidell
ASIN: B009SPLGO2

Review:

You’re not paranoid, if they’re really out to get you.

Conspiracy reader is a collection done by various authors. I guess you could consider me a conspiracy type person. One of the reasons, is that history has shown that on more than one occasion, our government has lied to us. It usually takes 25 to 50 years before we really told the truth. I worked in the field of security, I study people, their reactions and needed truthful answers. When someone gives me an explanation, I want all of my questions to be answered and not have any lingering doubts. An example referring to the book, is the chapter on TWA flight 800. It talks of the discrepancy when FDA agent Kallstrom talked about the concept of friendly fire. I remember watching him on television strongly admonishing the military for not answering any of his questions. The next day I remember him changing his attitude 180°, with body language looking like someone would been chewed out by their boss. I found it difficult to respect and believe him after that event.The chapter on flight 800, as well as other chapters. in the book point to other irregularities that have always worried me. You should use this book as a tool to see if you like any of these authors. You should read a couple books, for and against each of these theories. If you have time, you should try to find a couple books that are on the fringe of the theory as well.
— The Crackpot (aka Kenneth Hoffman)

Rating:                     4-Stars