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New book...A DEEPER, DARKER TRUTH
#1
After not being able to mention it for several months, I can now
announce the publication of an outstanding new JFK book on
the assassination. Peter Lemkin will be especially gratified to
learn of it.

The book is

A DEEPER, DARKER TRUTH
Tom Wilson's Journey into the
Assassination of John F. Kennedy
by
Donald T. Phillips

Peter...this book is the reason Jonathan has been reluctant
to talk to you. He was working with Don on the book. Tom
had selected Don as someone he'd like to do a book. I will
send you a private email about this. This is the book you
were hoping somebody would write, and is better than you
could have expected. I will put you in touch with Phillips
in case you have questions.

I have read the book, and it is an outstanding presentation
of Tom's computer analysis. I felt like it was Tom himself
speaking to me. It is PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED.

This is a very important book and may change the thinking
of some researchers about Tom's work. It contains many
new revelations not previously known to most.

Even those who refuse to believe Tom's analyses will find
much additional information new to them.

This is a "must have" book for all serious JFK researchers.
It will be available from Amazon.

Jack
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#2
I am bumping this up to TODAY'S POSTS since it disappeared from
active topics almost immediately, and I want to be sure that all
see it. One of the faults of this format is that postings at the end
of the GMT day disappear quickly. Is there any way of converting to
a 24-hour cycle instead of a date-cycle?

Jack
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#3
Jack White Wrote:After not being able to mention it for several months, I can now
announce the publication of an outstanding new JFK book on
the assassination. Peter Lemkin will be especially gratified to
learn of it.

The book is

A DEEPER, DARKER TRUTH
Tom Wilson's Journey into the
Assassination of John F. Kennedy
by
Donald T. Phillips

Peter...this book is the reason Jonathan has been reluctant
to talk to you. He was working with Don on the book. Tom
had selected Don as someone he'd like to do a book. I will
send you a private email about this. This is the book you
were hoping somebody would write, and is better than you
could have expected. I will put you in touch with Phillips
in case you have questions.

I have read the book, and it is an outstanding presentation
of Tom's computer analysis. I felt like it was Tom himself
speaking to me. It is PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED.

This is a very important book and may change the thinking
of some researchers about Tom's work. It contains many
new revelations not previously known to most.

Even those who refuse to believe Tom's analyses will find
much additional information new to them.

This is a "must have" book for all serious JFK researchers.
It will be available from Amazon.

Jack

Thanks Jack. Big surprise! and more than just Johnathan must have known - such as BK and Mrs. Wilson.....Hmm......well, it would be interesting to read. Is it out yet and how does one get a hold of it? I'd very much like to talk to him and have him join me in the other part of the 'Project'.
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#4
Peter Lemkin Wrote:
Jack White Wrote:After not being able to mention it for several months, I can now
announce the publication of an outstanding new JFK book on
the assassination. Peter Lemkin will be especially gratified to
learn of it.

The book is

A DEEPER, DARKER TRUTH
Tom Wilson's Journey into the
Assassination of John F. Kennedy
by
Donald T. Phillips

Peter...this book is the reason Jonathan has been reluctant
to talk to you. He was working with Don on the book. Tom
had selected Don as someone he'd like to do a book. I will
send you a private email about this. This is the book you
were hoping somebody would write, and is better than you
could have expected. I will put you in touch with Phillips
in case you have questions.

I have read the book, and it is an outstanding presentation
of Tom's computer analysis. I felt like it was Tom himself
speaking to me. It is PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED.

This is a very important book and may change the thinking
of some researchers about Tom's work. It contains many
new revelations not previously known to most.

Even those who refuse to believe Tom's analyses will find
much additional information new to them.

This is a "must have" book for all serious JFK researchers.
It will be available from Amazon.

Jack

Thanks Jack. Big surprise! and more than just Johnathan must have known - such as BK and Mrs. Wilson.....Hmm......well, it would be interesting to read. Is it out yet and how does one get a hold of it? I'd very much like to talk to him and have him join me in the other part of the 'Project'.

PETER...check your email. I sent you a private email concerning
this. I have arranged for Don to send you a copy of the book.
You need to reply to the email giving a mailing address. Let
me know whether you got the email. I may have used an old
email address for you.

Jack
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#5
Peter...please email me. You said on the EF that you had
done so, but I have not received anything from you today.

Jack
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#6
Bumping this to TODAY'S POSTS again. I just posted it this morning
and it has already cycled off the board twice. Can anything be done
about this? Peter still has not replied to me. If he cannot contact me
by email, he can contact me here.

Jack
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#7
This is the third time today this has cycled off the board, in about a dozen
hours.

I think messages should stay in TODAY'S POSTS for at least 24 hours.

Jack
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#8
Is there an extract of the book available Jack? Where can people buy it?
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#9
ConfusedConfused

There you go Jack. I'm doing my bit for the thread.
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#10
I understand that Tom Wilson had at one time worked on the Cancellara photo... at least that was what I was told... anything in there about that work or findings? Its been many years ago that Pete and I talked with him about the photo.. it died on the vine and went nowhere and no interest was shown in reference to his work, or the photo... I expect about the same to happen today.

The book will die a fast death... some will see to that.
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