There’s no intention, in this post, to go into the claimed details of the original author, either claiming they’re true or not true.
There’s every intention to get into the debunkers and claim they’re sometimes every bit as phony as what they’re making out their target is or at least, if they’re genuine in themselves, their methods are eye-opening for a researcher.
This last is the kindest interpretation.
We could take any topic we like – let’s go for Brice Taylor and Cathy O’Brien] and the former’s book Thanks for the Memories.
Before 1973, any claim about MK Ultra or even people like Esterbrooks from former years could be met with “your a lunatic”. After 1973 and the Senate Select Committee investigation which established it to have been so, you would have thought that claims about MK Ultra would no longer be questioned.
Yet on the net, certainly around 2006/7, statements about that or Woodpecker, HAARP and so on were attacked by so-called debunkers whom no one ever questioned.…