Paul McCartney of ‘The Beatles’ Dies and is Replaced with a Double by MI5?

In the fall of 1969, a persistent rumor that Paul McCartney had been killed two years earlier and replaced with a look-alike captured the imaginations of Beatles fans and the general public. Clues began to appear on album covers and in music, a lookalike contest was held after the alleged death date but no winner […]

First Mass School Shooting in America Occurs at the Univ. of Texas by 25yo Engineering Student Charles Whitman Killing 17

On August 1, 1966, after stabbing his mother and his wife to death, Charles Whitman, a former Marine sharpshooter, took rifles and other weapons to the observation deck atop the Main Building tower at the University of Texas at Austin, then opened fire on persons indiscriminately on the surrounding campus and streets. Over the next […]

Freedom of Information Act in the US is Signed into Law

July 4th marks not only the anniversary of America’s independence, but also the birthday of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Passed by Congress in 1966, and reluctantly signed by President Lyndon B. Johnson on the last day before it would have been pocket-vetoed, FOIA has revolutionized public access to government documents and records. It […]

The National Organization for Women (NOW) was Founded in Washington, DC by Communist and Jewish Betty Friedan

The National Organization for Women (NOW), an American leftist, feminist organization, was founded in 1966 and consists of 550 chapters in all 50 U.S. states and in Washington, D.C. This group advocates the unfettered right to taxpayer-funded abortion-on-demand; seeks to “eradicate racism, sexism and homophobia” from American society; attacks Christianity and traditional religious values; and […]

Anton Levay Organizes the Church of Satan

On the evening of April 30th, 1966, obviously lasting into the early morning hours of May 1st, Anton Levay holds the first ritual of the Church of Satan. The evening of April 30th is Walpurgis Night, is the eve of the feast day of Saint Walpurga, an 8th-century abbess in Francia. In Germanic folklore, Walpurgisnacht, […]