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Matthew Pauly
The Murder of Time: Making and Unmasking a Sleeper By Matthew Pauly
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A non-fiction autobiography that delivers an action narrative of MK-ULTRA mind-control black op experiments and weapons tests in North America by military, para-military and intelligence in the last... More > decade. The relationship of this R&D to present day 'terror events' is explored. “An unforgettable account of an unwitting Canadian's forced recruitment into the bizarre world of cross-border black ops… Do read MURDER OF TIME, recommend it to everyone you know - not just because it's the strangest and most terrifying book to come out in Canada this year -- but most of all because it's all TRUE.” - Ann Diamond, editor and author of two books on surviving CIA MK-ULTRA Subproject 68 at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal “None of Matthew Pauly's tormentors are cartoonish; on the contrary, they are human, all-too-human... in a couple of cases, even admirably so... This is a very good book, and ought to be an instant classic of its genre." - Brian Taylor< Less
The Murder of Time: Making and Unmasking a Sleeper By Matthew Pauly
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A non-fiction autobiography that delivers an action narrative of MK-ULTRA black operation mind-control experiments and weapons tests in North America by military, para-military and intelligence in... More > the last decade. The relationship of this R&D to present day 'terror events' is explored. “An unforgettable account of an unwitting Canadian's forced recruitment into the bizarre world of cross-border black ops… Do read MURDER OF TIME, recommend it to everyone you know - not just because it's the strangest and most terrifying book to come out in Canada this year -- but most of all because it's all TRUE.” - Ann Diamond, editor and author of two books on surviving CIA MK-ULTRA Subproject 68 at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal “None of Matthew Pauly's tormentors are cartoonish; on the contrary, they are human, all-too-human... in a couple of cases, even admirably so... This is a very good book, and ought to be an instant classic of its genre." - Brian Taylor< Less