Mae Brussell Archive

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BIOGRAPHY – Mae Brussell was one of the most prolific anti-fascist political researchers of the latter half of the 20th Century. On November 22, 1963, Mae began her investigation of the assassination of John F. Kennedy, cross-indexing the 26 volumes of the Warren Commission Report and making over 27,000 pages of textual analysis. In 1967, she went to New Orleans to assist DA Jim Garrison in his investigation of the death of JFK.  One of the viewpoints and avenues of research that Mae pioneered was the importation of Nazis into the United States post-World War II and their connection to various crimes and political murders since that time.

In 1971, Mae began radio career with the show “Dialogue: Assassination” on the independently owned radio station, KLRB. The show was later re-named “Dialogue: Conspiracy” and then “World Watchers International.” She mailed tapes of her broadcasts all over the world and provided bibliographies for each tape to show her sources. She broadcasted until her death in 1988.

This is part of the effort to help catalog her life’s work.


RESOURCES

Mae Brussell Audio Archive

Mae Brussell Archive on YouTube

The Realist Magazine Archive


EPISODE GUIDE & SHOW NOTES

Browse by Year: 1971 | 1972 | 1973 | …


 

1971

(1971-07-21) – Dialogue: Assassination #4
(1971-07-28) – Dialogue: Assassination #5
(1971-08-18) – Dialogue: Assassination #8
(1971-08-25) – Dialogue: Assassination #9
(1971-09-02) – Dialogue: Assassination #10
(1971-09-09) – Dialogue: Assassination #11
(1971-09-16) – Dialogue: Assassination #12
More Coming Soon…


1972

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