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Apocalypse Culture II
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Apocalypse Culture II

by Parfrey, Adam [Editor]; Joe Coleman [Artist]; Crispin Hellion Glover; Colin Wilson; James Shelby Downard; Jim Goad; Michael Moynihan; Dan Kelly; Boyd Rice; Sondra London; Ted Kaczynski

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Los Angeles: Feral House, 2000. Signed by Adam Parfrey, contributor and editor, on the title page in red ink. xii, 458 pp. Bound in publisher's wraps. Second printing of the first edition. Near Fine with bumping to top corner, some sticker schmutz on rear cover. Uncommon signed.The follow-up to Parfrey's original anthology Apocalpyse Culture, first published in 1987 by his initial publishing concern, Amok Press, and then heavily revised when reprinted by his imprint Feral House. The book had a huge cultural impact, acting as a gateway drug for many readers, introducing them to wild fringe ideas and obscure figures that, pre-internet, they probably never would have encountered otherwise. This sequel is in many ways a stiffer drink, attempting to encompass some of the profoundly disturbing weirdness the internet had begun to unleash on culture. It ends, fittingly enough, with a satirical short story by the Unabomber, Ted Kaczynski, about the foolhardiness of embracing identity politics in the face of… Read More
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The Art of Talk
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The Art of Talk

by Bell, Art

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New Orleans: Paper Chase Press, 1998. Signed by Art Bell on the title page, inscribed above that in pencil in an unknown hand to the former owners. 230, [2] pp. Publisher's black cloth lettered in silver. Second edition. Fine in Near Fine with light rubbing, nice shape overall. The autobiography of the original host of the megahit (reputedly 15 million listeners at its height) late night radio show Coast to Coast AM, which helped bring the UFO subculture to the mainstream in the mid-'90s. This volume was published roughly a year before Bell gained national notoriety for broadcasting reports that the Hale-Bopp comet had a UFO following it; these reports reputedly inspired the Heaven's Gate cult to commit suicide. Bell's radio show lives on, now hosted by George Noory.
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The Assassination of President Kennedy
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The Assassination of President Kennedy

by Rand, Michael; Howard Loxton; Len Deighton

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London: Jackdaw Publications, 1967. First Edition. First edition. Signed by Len Deighton on both the Contents booklet and a small note on his stationary: "1st Mar '88 Dear Phil Thanks for writing. I have great pleasure in signing the Jackdaw. Seeing it again brought back memories of long ago[.] With every good wish, Len Deighton P.S. Yes I agree. The death is still surrounded in mystery." The acclaimed spy novelist was a co-author of this rare collection of historical documents and information about the 1963 assassination of John F. Kennedy arranged in a folder for nonlinear perusal and careful consideration. This was the odd format of the publisher's books; it was an experimental offshoot of Jonathan Cape. All documents present and in Near Fine shape overall. Light wear, a few of the punch-out buildings for Dealey Plaza are detached and laid into their diecut holes, one staple of folder loose. Scarce signed, especially by the best-known contributor.
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Assignment: Oswald
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Assignment: Oswald

by Hosty, James P.; Hosty, Thomas

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New York: Arcade Publishing, 1996. First Edition. Near Fine/Fine. First edition. Signed by Hosty on front free endpaper, inscribed to former owner and dated in the year of publication. viii, 328 pp. Original paper-covered boards lettered in metallic red. Near Fine with bumped bottom front corner, in Fine unclipped dust jacket. The autobiography of the Dallas-based FBI Special Agent who investigated alleged JFK assassin Lee Harvey Oswald and his Soviet-born wife Marina before the assassination. Hosty received a mysterious note from Lee he recalled as being a warning to stay away from Marina (others at that FBI office recalled its contents very differently) that he later destroyed at the behest of a superior. He also later participated in the multi-agency interrogation of Oswald, about which a negligible paper trail survives. An uncommon signed work by a major figure in the JFK assassination mythos.
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Behold a Pale Horse
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Behold a Pale Horse

by Cooper, Milton William "Bill

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Sedona, AZ: Light Technology Publishing, 1991. First edition. First edition, copy #219 in the hand-numbered limited issue. Signed by William Cooper on the paste down with a short inscription, also signed on p. 4 with a red stamp as was typical for this edition. Rear paste down hand numbered as well. [x], 500, [2] pp with fold-out chart at rear. Bound in publisher's dark navy cloth with gilt spine lettering. Very Good with a few very light stains to edges, textblock slightly fallen due to weight, slightly musty smell, in a Near Fine dust jacket with wear along head, a little rubbing. Uncommon. A controversial, self-published conspiracy/UFOlogy book that gained an enormous cult following over the years not only in the UFO, QAnon and militia subcultures but also in hip hop. Prodigy of Mobb Deep and both Killah Priest and Ol' Dirty Bastard of the Wu-Tang Clan were fans. In what should be an official blurb for the book, when talking to Cooper's biographer Mark Jacobson ODB said in 2004, "Everybody gets… Read More
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Blowback: America's Recruitment of Nazis and Its Effects on the Cold War
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Blowback: America's Recruitment of Nazis and Its Effects on the Cold War

by Simpson, Christopher

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New York: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1988. First edition. First edition. Signed by Christopher Simpson on the half title, inscribed to the former owner on behalf of a third party. xviii, 398 pp. with 16 pages of b/w photos. Bound in publisher's boards with dark navy cloth backstrip lettered in silver. Near Fine with a little offsetting to front board, pages toned with age, in a Near Fine price-clipped dust jacket, tiny stain on front panel. Quite rare signed. One of the major critical works of American intelligence's deeds during the Cold War, specifically the use of fascists from Germany against the USSR and the Left in Europe. Simpson would win the National Jewish Book Award for this work in 1989.
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Brain-Washing in Red China: The Calculated Destruction of Men's Minds
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Brain-Washing in Red China: The Calculated Destruction of Men's Minds

by Hunter, Edward

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New York: The Vanguard Press, 1953. Signed by Edward Hunter on the paste down, inscribed to Harlan A. Westrell, likely CIA chief of counterintelligence in the Office of Security and friend of Watergate burglar James McCord, in Washington D.C., August 1, 1957. viii, 341 pp. Bound in publisher's navy cloth with red and silver lettering. Fourth printing of the new and enlarged edition. Very Good+, lacking dust jacket. An interesting association.An extremely influential text that examined propaganda and indoctrination techniques in Maoist China, inspiring the novel/film The Manchurian Candidate, generations of American Cold Warriors, and even American interrogators in the War on Terror.
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Cairo to Damascus
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Cairo to Damascus

by Carlson, John Roy; [Arthur Derounian]

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1951. First edition. First edition. xiv, [16, photos], 474, xvii, [3] pp. Finely rebound by Asprey in full morocco with five raised bands, gilt spine lettering and ornate turn-ins, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Near Fine. An expose of fascist networks active in the Middle East after WWII by muchraking anti-fascist journalist John Roy Carlson, an Armenian-American journalist whose bestselling book Under Cover brought similar networks in the US before and during WWII to light. Scholars of terrorism post 9/11 have called attention to some of the figures in this book as early proponents of Islamic fundmentalism and third-positionism. An unusual, obscure choice for such a luxurious binding, but for the intrepid collector of parapolitical literature and the history of political extremism perhaps it's ideal.
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The Carnivals of Life and Death: My Profane Youth, 1913-1935
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The Carnivals of Life and Death: My Profane Youth, 1913-1935

by Downard, James Shelby; Elana Freeland [Editor]; Adam Parfrey [Foreword]

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Los Angeles: Feral House, 2006. First edition. First edition. (Paperback original, first printing with full number line on copyright page.) xxiv, 286, [2] pp. Very light shelf wear, else Fine and unread. The rare, out-of-print autobiography by the author of the seminal conspiracy essay "King-Kill/33," which first appeared in Feral House chief Adam Parfrey's anthology Apocalypse Culture. In that essay Downard argued that the assassination was a sort of Masonic occult rite or "working" by pointing out a proliferation of symbols and seeming coincidences. This memoir only covers Downard's early years but contains enough hair-raising events and strange conjectures to keep devotees of The Downard Mystery (to take a page from Richard Shaver) entertained.
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Confronting Collapse: The Crisis of Energy and Money in a Post Peak Oil World
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Confronting Collapse: The Crisis of Energy and Money in a Post Peak Oil World

by Ruppert, Michael C.

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White River Junction, VT: Chelsea Green Publishing, 2009. First thus. Paperback. Signed by Mike Ruppert on the title page in black ink, inscribed to former owner. First thus. (First printing with this title; a paperback original.) 238 pp. Very Good+. Front cover lightly creased, scuffs to fore edge. Light shelf wear. A rare signed work from the late peak oil theorist, former LAPD narcotics investigator, author, and activist Michael C. Ruppert. He was the subject of the 2009 documentary Collapse.
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Cover-Up: The Governmental Conspiracy to Conceal the Facts about the Public Execution of John...
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Cover-Up: The Governmental Conspiracy to Conceal the Facts about the Public Execution of John Kennedy

by Shaw, J. Gary; Larry R. Harris

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Cleburne, TX: Cover-Up, 1976. First edition. First edition, copy #1276 of 3000. Signed by J. Gary Shaw on his author bio page, with the recipient's name whited out, dated 12-31-77. xvii, 227pp. Bound in publisher's illustrated wraps. Bicolumnar text. Very Good with shelf wear, back cover worn; contents free of marking. A decent copy of a book often found in very rough shape. One of the major Watergate-era Kennedy assassination books, which postulates two teams of riflemen in Dealey Plaza as well as a "Decoy Assassin" firing a Mannlicher-Carcano from Oswald's supposed position in the TSBD as a distraction. Lots of b/w photos.
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Crossfire: The Plot that Killed Kennedy
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Crossfire: The Plot that Killed Kennedy

by Marrs, Jim

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New York: Carroll & Graf, 1989. First Edition. First edition. xii, 595 pp. Bound in publisher's navy cloth and blue boards, spine lettered in gilt. Very Good with shelf wear, faint mark along top edge, in a Near Fine in a Very Good+ dust jacket with light wear, flap price cut off. A wide-ranging look at the JFK assassination that was one of the inspirations for the Oliver Stone film JFK. Also one of the better-known books critical of The Warren Commission Report. A journalist by trade, the author taught popular classes on the Kennedy assassination at University of Texas at Arlington for three decades.
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Crossfire: The Plot that Killed Kennedy
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Crossfire: The Plot that Killed Kennedy

by Marrs, Jim

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New York: Carroll & Graf, 1992. Signed by Jim Marrs on the front free endpaper with his typical inscription, "Always question authority!" Second hardcover edition. [xii], 625, [1] pp. Bound in publisher's navy cloth and blue boards, spine lettered in gilt. Near Fine with slightly bumped corners, stamp of conspiracy researcher conference JFK Lancer on front free endpaper. In a Near Fine dust jacket with light edge wear, unclipped. An uncommon signed copy of the wide-ranging look at the JFK assassination that was one of the inspirations for the Oliver Stone film JFK. Also one of the better-known books critical of The Warren Commission Report. A journalist by trade, the author taught popular classes on the Kennedy assassination at University of Texas at Arlington for three decades.
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Crossfire: The Plot that Killed Kennedy
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by Marrs, Jim

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New York: Carroll & Graf, 1989. First Edition. First edition. Signed by Jim Marrs on the half title in the year of publication, inscribed to former owner, "Always Question Authority!" xii, 595 pp. Bound in publisher's navy cloth and blue boards, spine lettered in gilt. About Very Good, bumped corners, dampstain to back board bottom corner and rear paste down, light scuffing to edges, in Very Good dust jacket, lightly worn and a little creased.A wide-ranging look at the JFK assassination that was one of the inspirations for the Oliver Stone film JFK. Also one of the better-known books critical of The Warren Commission Report. A journalist by trade, the author taught popular classes on the Kennedy assassination at University of Texas at Arlington for three decades.
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Dark Alliance: The CIA, the Contras, and the Crack Cocaine Explosion
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Dark Alliance: The CIA, the Contras, and the Crack Cocaine Explosion

by Webb, Gary; Maxine Waters [Foreword]

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New York: Seven Stories Press, 1998. First edition. First edition. Signed by Gary Webb on the half title, inscribed to the former owner with Webb's AOL email address. xxviii, 548 pp. with eight pages of b/w photos. Fine in Fine dust jacket. An attractive copy. A very rare signature.Journalist Gary Webb's still-controversial expose of CIA drug dealing and its relationship to the crack epidemic in the US fueled by crack dealers like "Freeway" Ricky Ross. In 2004 Webb would be found dead in his apartment, shot in the head twice, which police ruled a suicide. A 2014 film, Kill the Messenger, dramatized Webb's life, his claims, and the severe backlash he faced from the media. To his supporters Webb remains an inspirational journalist who persevered in the face of tremendous official corruption and coverup.
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Deadline in Astounding Science Fiction, March 1944
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Deadline" in Astounding Science Fiction, March 1944

by Cartmill, Cleve

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New York: Street & Smith Publications, 1944. First edition. First edition. Vol. XXXII, No. 1. 178 pp. Wraps. A Good only copy with chipping to front wraps and along spine, head and tail worn, edges a bit soiled, contents well-toned with age. An uncommon issue of Astounding Science Fiction containing the story "Deadline" by Cleve Cartmill. Although set on another planet, it apparently describes isotope separation and a weapon similar to the (then) top-secret atomic bomb, causing an uproar within the highest levels of the American government. According to one recent source, "the story was discussed at Los Alamos, where Edward Teller noted that Cartmill had described aspects of their research in detail." Military Intelligence enlisted Cartmill's mailman as a confidential informant. The FBI investigated the author as well (commanding him to not write about such matters) and the magazine's editor, John Campbell, and other authors connected to the magazine such as Isaac Asimov and Robert Heinlein. Rumor… Read More
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Deep Politics and the Death of JFK
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Deep Politics and the Death of JFK

by Scott, Peter Dale

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Berkeley & Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1993. First edition. First edition. x, 414 pp. Bound in publisher's black cloth with white spine lettering. Fine in Fine dust jacket with trivial rubbing to laminate of rear panel. A major entry in the vast corpus of Kennedy assassination literature as well as foundational work in the field of parapolitics. The author is a Canadian poet, former diplomat, and retired professor of literature largely responsible for introducing the oft-abused term "deep state" to American parlance. It originated in the byzantine intrigues of 20th century Turkish politics.
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Forgive My Grief, Volume 1: A Critical Review of the Warren Commission Report on the...
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Forgive My Grief, Volume 1: A Critical Review of the Warren Commission Report on the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy

by Jones, Penn, Jr.

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[Midlothian, Texas]: Midlothian Mirror, 1966. Signed by Penn Jones Jr on the dedication page, dated 2/14/1975. 188, [3, index], [1] pp. Bound in publisher's yellow wraps lettered in red and black. Second printing of the first edition. Very Good+ with light wear, a few tiny stains to front wrap and edges. Author's stamp advertising volumes 2 & 3 on front wrap. Jones was one of the most indefatigable first generation JFK assassination researchers, who ran the Midlothian Mirror newspaper in Texas, which is still in existence today. This first volume of the eventual four volume series was self-funded and published, consisting mostly of intriguing Warren Commission testimony selections (not generally the soporific material that made it into the one-volume Warren Report) with some commentary on Dorothy Kilgallen and a few Texas journalists, all connected to Jack Ruby, who died mysteriously.
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The Glass House Tapes
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The Glass House Tapes

by Tackwood, Louis; Citizens Research & Investigation Committee; Donald Freed

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New York: Avon, 1973. First edition. First edition. 284, [4] pp. Bound in illustrated wraps, red edges. Near Fine, uncreased spine, light shelf wear. A paperback original that went through a single printing. One of the high spots of political cynicism in the Watergate era was this long out-of-print memoir by former Los Angeles Police Department informant Louis Tackwood. He outlined a career of infiltrating and setting up the Black Panthers and other leftists as a professional agent provocateur, contradicting the rosier and more simplistic narratives of most other contemporary radical authors. His allegations have mostly gone unrefuted but have almost entirely been consigned to the roomy confines of America's great Memory Hole.
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Hallucinations: Behavior, Experience & Theory
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Hallucinations: Behavior, Experience & Theory

by Siegel, Ronald K.; Louis Jolyn West

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New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1975. First edition. Near Fine/Very Good+. First edition, first printing. [xiii], 322pp. Bound in publisher's black cloth lettered in white. Near Fine with minor wear to extremities, previous owner's name rubbed out with old price on front free endpaper. Contents lightly toned with minor foxing to top fore-edge; slight musty odor. In a Very Good+ dust jacket with minor rubbing to edges, slightly toned overall. Tape ghost marks on verso. Edited by psychopharmacologist Ronald K. Siegel, an authority on the subject of hallucinations who performed drug experiments on his "psychonauts." He was an expert witness in the murder trial of Hollywood actor Robert Blake. Co-editor Louis Jolyn "Jolly" West is best-known for his work with the CIA human experimentation project MKUltra, his diagnosis of assassin Jack Ruby, and the killing of an elephant named Tusko with LSD in 1962. A fascinating, subversive treatise on the effects of hallucinogens from a psychiatric perspective.… Read More
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