Originally Posted by galexander
Certainly. Two books by Alex Constantine on mind control, "Psychic Dictatorship in the USA" and "Virtual Government" and one book by Mark M. Rich, "The Hidden Evil". The first title quoted by Alex Constantine is probably the best source and in addition exposes the shocking cover-up at the McMartin Preschool child abuse case where the media were silent about the fact that many of the kids had contracted an STD and that a team of archaeologists did uncover a network of tunnels at the school even though the supposed lack of the same tunnels 'PROVED' that the kids had imagined the whole thing.
I get the feeling however Blueangel that we are getting a bit side-tracked here.........
You might have the feeling that we're getting a bit side-tracked, but I don't.
Side tracked from what?
Your belief that the Space Shuttle and the ISS are a hoax?
"An excavation was undertaken in May 1990 by Gary Stickel who claimed he found evidence of tunnels under the McMartin Preschool using ground-penetrating radar. Others have disagreed with his conclusions; a 1995 article stated that the concrete slab floor was undisturbed except for a small patch where the sewer line was tapped into. Once the slab was removed, there was no sign of any materials to line or hold up any tunnels, and there would have been no way for the defendants to fill in the tunnels once the investigation began. The article concluded that disturbed soil under the slab was from the sewer line and construction fill buried under the slab before it was poured. Some dated fill material under the slab was from the year 1940. Another report concluded that based on the materials found during the excavation, including bottles, tin cans, plywood as well as the former owner's old mail box, a far likelier explanation than tunnels was a trash pit, dug by the former owner of the lot prior to the construction of the pre-school. Only three small items found near the edge of the concrete slab were dated after 1966, which was the year the pre-school was built. The report's author speculated that Stickel's conclusions were colored by his collaboration with the parents of the McMartin children."