The greatest cover-ups and unsolved mysteries

Ian Shircore
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A balanced analysis of the unsettling cover-ups and mysteries that litter our recent past.

Did QAnon truly believe that Donald Trump was the second coming of the messiah? Were the moon landings really filmed in a studio in Delaware? Would British scientists really test sarin on young volunteers and tell them it was research for a
cure for colds? Even decades later, no-one's telling the whole story.

Conspiracies and cover-ups, real or imagined, have shaped our world. Now leaked cables and declassified papers are rewriting the history of our times. More information must be good, but how do you tell truth from fiction? In this fresh, readable book, Ian Shircore cuts through the fog and misinformation to deliver a balance analysis of the key facts behind the unsettling suspicions that litter our recent past. Today's new evidence - from WikiLeaks, freedom of information requests and declassified archives - has solved some classic mysteries. Yet it raises more questions than ever about the assassinations of the 1960s, the dirty secrets of the late 20th century and the earth-shaking events of recent years.

Author bio:

Ian Shircore is a professional writer and former journalist. His books include Manage Yourself, Manage Your Life, an NLP survival guide that has been reprinted 17 times, and Douglas Adams: The First and Lost Tapes, a little ebook based on an early, pre-fame interview with the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy author. Ian is a trustee of an energetic musical charity, the MAE Foundation, that provides instruments and music teaching for the "kids between countries" - the young refugees from Burma living behind the wire in camps along the Thai border.

Category: Cultural studies
ISBN: 9781789466164
Publisher: Bonnier
Imprint: John Blake
Pub Date: August 2022
Page Extent: 304
Format: Paperback - B format
Subject: Cultural studies