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One of the first generations JFK researchers. Mae died in on October 3rd 1988 but she left behind a remarkable treasure trove of research over the years.

By the time President Kennedy was assassinated in 1963 Mae was married with five children and living in Southern California. Unconvinced that Lee Harvey Oswald had acted alone in the assassination, she bought the 26-volume Warren Commission Hearings and began reading, filing, and cross-indexing. With the massive addition of books, articles, and government documents, Mae found connections to the CIA and international fascist elements that had managed to survive the War. She also saw relationships to many other current and past events throughout the world.
Mae began to realize that the international terrorist network that made up the Axis powers during World War II had effectively gone underground and continued their worldwide fascist campaign even before the War had officially ended; As one country after another changed hands, Mae recognized many of the same familiar names, methods, and tactics that were used to swallow up Germany in the 1920s and 1930s.