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An underground sensation, Secret and Suppressed confronts the reader with disquieting revelations on mind control, secret societies, media disinformation, cults and elite cabals.
Paperback, 309 pages
Published July 1st 1993 by Feral House
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Doug Brunell
Mar 13, 2016 Doug Brunell rated it really liked it
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As always, another great Feral House read. This one delves into the world of conspiracy theories, domination, espionage, the Vatican and more.

While some of the works in here seem utterly insane, quite a few others are entirely plausible. There are no "solid" answers to be found, however. It is up to the reader to decide whatever fits his or her worldview. Taken as an unbiased whole, it is a wonderful look into the psyche of people who see the world differently than most. Some would say it is a
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Apr 12, 2009 Matthew W rated it really liked it
This book is full of various essays concerning subversive things going on behind the scenes. Although highly entertaining and thought provoking, many of the claims in the essays are rather dubious. This book is a great starter for those looking to delve further into the hidden world of conspiracy.
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Paranoid and delusional crap. I used to read stuff like this for fun, but now it just pisses me off.
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Jim Keith was an American author. His best known work is "The Octopus", co-written with Kenn Thomas, which details conspiracy theories around the death of reporter Danny Casolaro.

The book is based on the notes of Danny Casolaro, who reportedly killed himself, although Keith and Thomas suspected foul play.
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