MIT and Quaker Oats Fed Radioactive Cereals to Children in the 1940s

In the 1940s, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Quaker Oats tests conducted a series of experiments involving the consumption of radioactive cereals by children. In particular, the study sought to learn more about the effects of internal radiation exposure, and to develop methods for treating radiation sickness as opposed to external radiation exposure, which had been studied for many years.

The Palomares Atomic Bomb Disaster of 1966

The Palomares atomic bomb disaster of 1966 was a major nuclear accident that occurred in the small agricultural and fishing town of Palomares, located in the Southeastern region of Spain known as Almería.

John Mulholland: The 20th Century Magician Turned CIA Asset

John Mulholland was an American magician, author, and illustrator who is best known for his work in the field of magic and his contributions to the history of American Intelligence

Russia Investigation Resources 2016-2020

Russia Investigation Resources
Indictments, testimonies, and other official documents relevant to the connections between Russia and the Trump campaign.

Powder Monkey: More Than 300 Years Using Children in Naval Warfare

An industry that actively recruited young boys was the British Royal Navy. These children were known as “Powder Monkeys” or “powder boy”.

Flaps and Seals and Project HTLingual – 1952 to 1973

The term “flaps and seals” is derived from the original opening-and-resealing procedure used to open surreptitiously letters and dispatches inside either a flapped envelope or folded and fastened with a wax seal.

Entomological Warfare in the US: 80 Years of Human and Animal Experimentation

Entomological warfare (EW) is a form of biological warfare in which insects are used to disrupt supply lines through damage to crops, or directly to injure enemy combatants and civilian populations

The Creation of the World: Native American Legend

The Creation of the World story, of the Gros Ventres Indians, is similar to the origin story of at least two other Algonquin tribes
Native American Legend

The Mysterious Coral Castle

The Coral Castle is a mysterious megalithic structure located in Homestead, Florida. Built by Latvian-American Edward Leedskalnin, the castle contains a number of large stone structures, including walls, towers, and sculptures. It is believed that Leedskalnin single-handedly constructed the entire castle from limestone, coral, and other materials.

Project MK-Ultra: The CIA Secret Quest for ‘Mind Control’ – 1953

Project MK-Ultra was the code name of the CIA’s covert mind control program. It was designed to identify techniques and drugs that might be used in interrogations to weaken subjects and compel confessions through psychological torture and brainwashing