Best-Selling Author and Conspiracy Expert: Jim Marrs

"I think his [JFK’s] biggest mistake was that he truly believed he was President of the United States."  Jim Marrs, Interview Extract

Handbill circulated one day before John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. (Public Domain)

Handbill circulated one day before John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. (Public Domain)

A day like today, 98 years ago, President John F. Kennedy was born in Brookline, Massachusetts.  Only 46 years later, on November 22, 1963 he was assassinated in Dallas, Texas.  Following, were a series of events that would raise serious questions as to who killed President Kennedy and why...these questions remain unanswered to this day.  On Sunday the 10th of May, we had the incredible honor of speaking with Jim Marrs: conspiracy expert, professional journalist, and multiple best-selling author, most notably of Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy, which went on to reach the New York Times Best Seller List in mid-February 1992.  His book would also serve as a foundation for Oliver Stone's film, JFK (which would be nominated for eight Academy Awards including Best Picture and Best Director).  Yeah, that movie was based on Jim's book.  Not seen JFK? Well, you definitely should.

The Kennedys aside, though, Mr. Marrs has researched and written about far more than just that - he is an expert on a huge variety of topics, including UFOs and Roswell; the "War on Terror" (and most certainly 9/11); occulted history (see, for example, Our Occulted History); corporate mass-media control; and, most recently, population control.

We talked about a lot. A-lot-a-lot.  I honestly believe that Jim Marrs provided me with the most jam-packed informative two hours of my life (bar that revision session for my finals...).  If you want that same experience (not the college finals), be sure to listen to our interview with Mr. Marrs - the player's right below. If you're a JFK fanatic, a conspiracy buff, or even just vaguely interested in anything, you should definitely tune in for this one and do your own thinking, or, as Jim Marrs himself put it during our interview:

"I'm not asking anyone to believe me, don't believe anything I've said...but just listen to what I've said and then go out and do your own checking and you'll find out what I've told you is true."

And now for the interview. Over and out.

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Posted on May 28, 2015 and filed under SUM1.