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September 25, 2016

The Magical Mystery Tour
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Rock and Roll historian R. Gary Patterson returns to the program to discuss rock and roll myths, legends and curses. Then, meet Peter Moon, and independent researcher who is trying to unravel the mysteries of time.
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The Conspiracy Show: Rock and Roll Myths and Legends
R. Gary Patterson is the worlds most authoritative Rock & Roll Historian, and of Numerous books including the best seller "The Walrus Was Paul." He joins Richard to discuss Rock and Roll Myths, Legends, and Curses. Did they really sell their soul to the devil for fame and fortune? Come take a walk on the dark side!
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The Conspiracy Show: Experiments in Time
Richard welcomes Peter Moon, an independent researcher who is on a mission to discover the truth about time. The Cioclovina Cave in Romania holds the most amazing and secretive research project in recorded history. We all know something is out there, we're just not sure exactly what. His work begins to provide some solid clues. The implications of his theory suggest that this is the greatest mystery on earth. Whether or not that is true, it is probably the greatest mystery he has ever chosen to stumble into. The interview tells the story. As always, there is much more out there waiting to be discovered.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Peter Moon
Born and raised in California, Peter Moon is primarily known for his investigation of space-time projects. These concern projects in the past, present and future that control both time and perception of time. An avid reader as a young man, he studied creative writing and literature and was particularly interested in both the scientific extrapolations of science fiction as well as the high adventure that it provided.

His interest in Eastern Religion and Western Occultism clminated in a unique career and association that centered around the private concerns of L. Ron Hubbard, a renown science fiction writer who was an accomplished occultist but is also known as the controversial founder of Dianetics and Scientology.

Peter went out on his own in 1983 and moved to Long Island where his unique background enabled him to forge an association with scientist Preston Nichols, one of the world’s foremost experts in the world on electromagnetic phenomena who had been involved in strange experiments at the Montauk Air Force Station on Long Island which included the manipulation of time. Their collaboration in writing “The Montauk Projct: Experiments in Time” and its subsequent sequels have now reached legendary proportions.

Peter’s work caught the attention of time control scientist, Dr. David Anderson of the Time Travel Research Center on Long Island (now reincorporated as the Anderson Institute in New Mexico), who invited him to Romania and paved the way for him to investigate other space-time projects as discussed in the Transylvania Series, one of which includes what has been called the most amazing archeological artifact in the history of Mankind, a chamber that contains a holographic record of the Earth’s history as well as holographic readouts of human DNA and also other species. Peter has just released a new series of videos “Time Travel Theory Explained” which explains in simple language the actual scientific principles demonstrating that time travel is within the boundaries of ordinary mathematics and physics. He is the author of "THE MONTAUK PROJECT" : Experiments in Time.


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R. Gary Patterson

R GARY PATTERSON is a native Tennessean with a passion for rock and roll. As a published author with Simon and Schuster, Pattersons works portray many fascinating events that helped shape musical history

from Robert Johnson through current groups making a place for themselves among rock and rolls standing legends. In 1996, Patterson released his first book entitled "The Walrus Was Paul."Immediately, the book became highly sought after. Beatlefest catalog proclaimed "The Walrus Was Paul" as one of its best selling titles of the year. Due to the instant success of the book, Patterson found himself as a highly sought after radio personality. He appeared on all the syndicated Beatle radio shows including Westwood Ones The Beatle Years, ABC Radios Beatle Archives, the Breakfast With the Beatles programs from New York to Los Angeles, and Joe Johnsons Beatle Brunch. International shows were broadcast throughout Canada, Great Britain on the BBC, Australia, and Radio Caroline in New Zealand. He has appeared at numerous national Beatle conventions including Beatlefests in New York and Chicago, and other Beatle conventions in Orlando, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Atlanta, Memphis, and Nashville.