Revelations is on hiatus this week. Happy Thanksgiving!

Today is the eve of the 50th anniverary of the assassination of JFK.

While we may never know who killed JFK one thing is certain, after all the media coverage of the past few weeks, a lot more people are now motivated to find out who did it than ever before.

“Who killed JFK?” is near the top, if not the top itself, of all the secrets of the US government.

Running neck and neck with the who killed JFK question question of what NASA knows about what’s really on Mars and what happened to our neighboring planet?
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In 1913 US life expectancy was 53 years. A few years later, in 1918 it would drop to 40 because of a flu pandemic that nowadays would almost certainly be preventable. In 1910, 8% of Americans could not read or write. In the south, that was 20%, which included 70% of southern blacks. Now, all those numbers are under 1 percent.

Leading causes of death were pneumonia, tuberculosis and diarrhea, all generally preventable or curable now.  Nobody knew that smoking was dangerous. Cancer, even tumors considered trivial today, was a death sentence. Even appendicitis was a significant cause of death, especially in rural areas.
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Dreamland is on hiatus this week. Happy Thanksgiving!

Enjoy last week’s program: Last year, David Weatherly caused a sensation on Dreamland with his tales of the Black-Eyed Children. The program remains one of the most popular we have ever produced, and now David’s back with groundbreaking research into some of the most perplexing cases of interdimensional beings on record, including the return of the Mothman and much more.

David Weatherly has been investigating paranormal subjects for over 35 years, investigating cases around the country and abroad. He has written on a diverse range of topics including cryptozoology, UFOs and hauntings.
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