Author: Adam Gorightly
ISBN 1-58939-781-9 (softcover)
Have you heard rumors about the mysterious deaths in Disneyland? Or that occult ritual magic is behind the appearance of UFO's? Was mind control the hidden trigger that blew JFK away? Is Tuesday Weld a high priestess of the Bavarian Illuminati? These and many other strange spectres inhabit the pages of The Beast of Adam Gorightly: Collected Rantings 1992-2004.
Mr. Gorightly, a certified 'crackpot historian' and 33rd degree Mason, has over the last decade chronicled such unwieldy subjects in his many articles and books. The Beast of Adam Gorightly is the culmination of these arcane journeys into the hinterlands of high weirdness, delving into the darkness, and unraveling the mummy folds that await his readers there.
Proceed at your own possible ruin!
"Adam Gorightly is one of the great divers into the mnemonic deep. If his readers come away with less than the definitive answers about the arcane creatures that populate these waters--from Kerry Thornley to Charlie Manson to "Psycho" Ronnie Rains--it will be only because they have become exhausted by the swim." -Kenn Thomas, Steamshovel Press
"Adam Gorightly pulls no punches--he catapults the reader into the strange sub-cultures he examines in his fascinating books." -William H. Kennedy, www.williamhkennedy.com
"Adam Gorightly is a 'crackpot historian' of the very hippest sort." - Paranoia Magazine
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Adam Gorightly is the author of The Shadow Over Santa Susana: Black Magic, Mind Control, and "The Manson Family" Mythos and The Prankster and the Conspiracy: The Story of Kerry Thornley and How He Met Oswald and Inspired the Counterculture.
Adam has been a guest on radio talk shows across the U.S., Canada, and Ireland. His articles have appeared in numerous publications such as The Excluded Middle, UFO Magazine, Paranoia and SteamShovel Press. Contact Adam at your own risk at www.adamgorightly.com
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