Two Interviews In One Day

I was interviewed by Len Osanic for Black Op Radio yesterday afternoon, and followed that up with a two hour appearance on the nationally syndicated radio program Coast to Coast, hosted by George Noory, during the wee hours of the morning. I was extremely grateful for this opportunity; Coast to Coast has more than five million listeners, and Black Op Radio has featured the biggest names in JFK assassination research as guests, from Cyril Wecht to Mark Lane to Jesse Ventura to Oliver Stone.

Book sales are again soaring, thanks to this great exposure. Even The Unreals  benefited, with some nice crossover sales on Amazon.

Again, if you enjoyed my appearances on these shows, and last week on Infowars,  please contact them and ask them to have me back on. Amazon reviews are always helpful, and please suggest that your local library system and/or your college alma add it to their library collections.

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About donaldjeffries

Author of the best seller "Hidden History: An Expose of Modern Crimes, Conspiracies, and Cover-Ups in American Politics," published in November 2014 by Skyhorse Publishing. Author of the 2007 sci-fi/fantasy novel "The Unreals," which has been described as a cross between The Wizard of Oz and The Twilight Zone, and compared to A Confederacy of Dunces and classic Russian literature. A second edition of "The Unreals" was published in February 2015 by Pocol Press. Long time JFK assassination researcher. Marketing more fiction and nonfiction, including a book about bullying and the social hierarchy, and a book about the Natalee Holloway case.

Posted on March 6, 2015, in Conspiracies, Politics, Reviews and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Hi Mr. Jeffries,

    I heard your interview on Coast to Coast AM pertaining to The New World Order & The Bohemian Grove, & was waiting for the explanation after your description of the Cremation of Care ceremony with Moloch, but it was not forthcoming & instead, you said to paraphrase, was, “who knows what they’re doing?”. Unfotunately, I was unable to call the show.

    I know enough about the occult to know what they are doing, and I’d really like to discuss it with you, particularly after the release of your book exposing these political secrets.

    I searched for your contact details but did not find your email address anywhere. If you’d be so kind as to contact me to discuss the subject in more detail, l’d greatly appreciate it:

    You have my email address from registering this comment

    Thank you.

  2. Donald,
    Great interview with Noory. However I can’t seem to understand how the heck anyone can still say that Jefferson was a worthwhile man. Come on, dude! He had slaves! Okay, so he had slaves AND he was a good rapper- a real political romantic–whereas most those evil bastards couldn’t spell their names. So big deal, he stood out amongst the monsters. The man could have let the slaves go. Did he? No instead he raped young women. As a black woman said after researching Tom: There’s no consensual sex between a 15 year old and her master. How do American men seem to overlook this?
    The ancient cultures had slaves too and people are constantly saying ancient Egypt was amazing – no thanks!

    Think about it!

  3. Marie- the Jefferson-Hemings story has been distorted for political purposes, in my view. For a good perspective from the other side, which you’ll never see in the msm, please read the book “The Jefferson-Hemings Myth: An American Travesty.” http://www.amazon.com/The-Jefferson-Hemings-Myth-American-Travesty/dp/0934211663/ref=pd_sim_b_2?ie=UTF8&refRID=020F64BJ598RVMT7F420

  4. Frank S. Gattolin

    Hello Mr. Jeffries,

    Upon listening to your interview on Coast to Coast AM about six days ago I decided to purchase your book. My interest was piqued when I heard to state something to the effect that JFK Jr’s. accident was not, suggesting the NTSB was part of a conspiracy to cover up what you believe really happened. Your statements and the book’s chapter on this tragic accident motivated me write you.

    My very brief CV that allows me to speak with authority: I’m a retired NTSB Sr. Air Safety Investigator who has investigated over 500 aircraft accidents.

    Chapter seven in your book appears to contain more conjecture unfounded “facts” and innuendo than salient facts. As I read the chapter,

    As I read the chapter, I repeatedly wondered if you had read/studied the NTSB’s Factual report, numbered: NYC99MA178, and reviewed the report’s supportive data/information.

    Even though your book has been published, I strongly urge you to obtain the report (www.ntsb.gov and follow the simple prompts) and read it. What you may not grasp can be explained by any number of experienced pilots in your area of residence.

    Your time will not be wasted with a complete review of your book’s chapter on JFK Jr. My review could be quite lengthy. However, I’ll provide a few examples to help you grasp why I’m very disappointed in your ‘reporting’ chapter. This chapter taints the remainder of your book.

    Quoting your writing, “Unlike most private airplanes, Kennedy’s Piper Saratoga had a black box. The NTSB…. official report informed us, however, that its battery had been removed, thus making all recorded conversation in the cockpit conveniently unavailable. Since all planes have an Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT), which sends out a beacon signal when a crash occurs, why did it take five days to locate the wreckage?”

    Well, sir, had you read the Factual report and understood what you were reading, you wouldn’t have stated what’s quoted above.

    One–

    The “…black box…” you create suspicion with was actually a recording device that was set up to record radio communications, not cockpit voice conversations. Read the Factual Report’s Narrative, page 1j, under the section entitled FLIGHT RECORDERS. The unit was found crushed in the wreckage, no 9-voly battery was located on the ocean’s bottom or in the retrieved wreckage and, it had not retained any data.

    Two–

    The ELT innuendo referenced in the quoted paragraph above could have been avoided had you obtained the NTSB report’s Supplement A. What’s reported is pretty typical of high speed aircraft/ground/water collisions: The ELT becomes non-functional. Supplement A shows:

    A. Impact damage.
    B. Antenna broken or disconnected (via impact forces, typical. No antennae, no signal
    transmission.).
    C. Water submersion (After a short period of time the circuits short out of battery becomes
    incapable of producing power.).

    In your laymen’s mind, “…the ELT should have notified the FAA within moments of that last 9:39 p.m. contact that the plane had gone down.” is wishful thinking considering the circumstances surrounding the airplane’s collision with the ocean’s surface.

    Taking five days to find the wreckage could be quite normal depending upon many natural factors influencing the search. Add to this the search pattern decision and the time can get chewed up.

    Continuing….

    Your book states, “Early accounts…. featured repeated references to a literal last-minute, 9:39 p.m., phone contact from Kennedy.” You then include a news story which stated, in part, “The FAA reported that last contact with the aircraft was at 9:39 p.m. as the aircraft was making its final approach to Martha’s Vineyard.”

    Sir, once again, you’re relying upon reporting of hearsay and other forms of
    “reporting.” Had you read the NTSB Factual Report, you would see there were, “No records of any further communication between the pilot and ATC… ,” that existed. It’s not a conspiracy, it’s a fact, there were no recordings of conversations between JFK Jr. and ATC (Air Traffic Control). See page 1 of the Factual Report’s Narrative.

    Going to the Factual Report’s Narrative, page 1i, you’ll read, “No record exists of the pilot…. receiving a weather briefing or filing a flight plan… for the accident flight. Further, no record exists of the pilot… contacting any FSS or ATC tower or facility during the duration of the flight…,” except at his departure point.

    Under the Factual Report’s Narrative, page 1q, entitled, Cell Phones, you would have read, “The cell phone records for the three occupants of the airplane reflected one out-going call, about 2025. No calls were listed as being made from, or received by, the cell phones from the time of the takeoff through estimated time of the accident.”

    Reading the Factual Report’s Narrative, mainly page 1q, showed the airplane was in a high speed descent. Under the section entitled, Aircraft Performance Study, also on page 1q, you can read the scenario that lead to the tragic deaths of three people. If you don’t understand what you might read, then ask an experienced pilot to explain what’s stated.

    Although I would enjoy educating you further and even zinging you on a sloppy piece of work, my time does not allow furtherance of that pleasure.

    In fact, this accident resulted from a simple loss of airplane control for reasons which are well known. The accident was understandably treated as a major accident only because of the pilot. These types of tragic accidents occur almost every week around the USA. The corresponding investigations are thorough and Factual Reports are much shorter. Unfortunately, the probable cause is most often the same as with JFK Jr.

    The NTSB Factual Report was very well done Mr. Jeffries; your book’s chapter on the subject was not.

    I’ll not read more of you book because of chapter seven’s poor quality. It has created a negative opinion about the rest of it. In fact, I’d like you to refund me the money I spent on this book.

    You have my email address below, please respond to it by sending me an address where I can send the book and receive my refund.

    Thank you,

    Frank G.

    • Frank,

      I thank you for buying the book. I don’t believe any author or publisher has a policy whereby you can receive a refund. If that were the case, a lot of disreputable people could take advantage of it, and a lot of authors and publishers would see a significant dip in royalties.

      To cite just one aspect of the JFK, Jr. chapter you mention- the 9:39 p.m. phone call DID happen. There is no question about this, and the NTSB official report cannot trump all the detailed mentions of it, and more importantly, the fact that a Coast Guard spokesman, Todd Burgun, was questioned on-air about this specific issue. He cannot be located now- believe me, I tried.

      I suggest you re-read the chapter. I spoke to a local reporter who covered the crash, and he volunteered, on his own, that something “wasn’t right” about the incident. He also encountered that elusive fellow reporter who saw an explosion in the sky, and has disappeared like Burgun.

      Did you read the statement of the individual who was tasked to write the FAA’s official report on weather conditions that evening? He is still mad about the distorted way this was reported, as can be seen by the email he sent me. The “official” story is that the weather was bad that night, and I think there is abundant evidence cited in my chapter that this simply wasn’t the case.

      It’s up to you whether your read more of the book. I’m proud of the JFK, Jr. chapter and I stand behind everything I wrote.

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