I’ve not been blogging much the last couple of weeks, but things have been busy. I recently did a two hour show with Chuck Ochelli on Someone Would Have Talked and most recently a lengthy interview with Alan Dale on JFK Facts on the evolution of all my JFK related work, from the earliest research though the three book trilogy that ends with Tipping Point. If you would like to take a listen you can find that interview here:
In regard to Tipping Point, while I had not anticipated it being able to carry it much further at this late date, new work by David Boylan appears to offer some real potential for further developing both the leads which Matthew Smith opened up in regard to incidents involving Ray January and Red Bird Airport. We are both pursuing that, its the sort of thing that involves deep document dives and lots of dot connecting, but it has the potential of further closing the loop on the individuals most directly involved with the Dallas attack, and in the effort to connect the assassination to Lee Oswald and Cuban sponsorship.
Beyond that, some of the readers engaged with Tipping Point have expressed a desire to expand and enhance the book’s index. If you have any interest in working on a team to develop an expanded index, including your preferred persons or topics of interest, please drop me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org
In other work I remain very much involved with two teams working on research projects related to UFOs/UAPs – one dealing with a statistical characteristics study and the other with and effort to evaluate patterns of reports with the goal of assessing intentions, particularly intentions related to national security. Both are multiyear projects requiring lots of grunt work doing collections, database analytics and graphing. Its going to be a good while before we have something solid enough to put into a paper, but in the interim I’ll try to at least share some observations as we progress.