Dec 30, 2021
PLUS EPISODE #0041 MONEY, MYSTERIES AND CORRUPTION IN THE ENTERTAINMENT WORLD
Richard welcomes an author/historian who explores the concept of fame in all its fleeting glory and confounding inconsistency. Why do so many entertainers do so much better financially than peers who have comparable resumes? The guest also examines the myriad of unnatural deaths which have plagued the entertainment industry since the dawn of Hollywood.
Guest: Don Jeffries has been researching the JFK assassination since the mid-1970s, when he was a teenage volunteer for Mark Lane's Citizens Committee of Inquiry. He is very active on all the JFK assassination forums, and has been a moderator on the London Spartacus Education Forum for several years. His first published book, the acclaimed 2007 novel The Unreals, has been compared to Alice in Wonderland and The Wizard of Oz. Hidden History is his first nonfiction book.
On Borrowed Fame