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Jim Marrs can justifiably be considered the world's leading conspiracy author, with multimillion-copy bestsellers like Alien Agenda, Rule By Secrecy, and the book that Oliver Stone used as a basis for his JFK movie, Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy, Now Marrs has allied with the Web's most popular conspiracy forum to investigate everything from chemtrails to the Naz Jim Marrs can justifiably be considered the world's leading conspiracy author, with multimillion-copy bestsellers like Alien Agenda, Rule By Secrecy, and the book that Oliver Stone used as a basis for his JFK movie, Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy, Now Marrs has allied with the Web's most popular conspiracy forum to investigate everything from chemtrails to the Nazis' Antarctic base, moon landing hoaxes to UFOs, God as an alien to the end of the world in 2012.AboveTopSecret.com is the Internet's largest and most popular discussion board community dedicated to the intelligent exchange of ideas and debate on a wide range of alternative topics such as conspiracies, UFOs, the paranormal, secret societies, political scandals, New World Order, terrorism, and dozens more.Marrs brings his rigorous journalist's credentials to bear on these topics and more, asking (and often answering) the essential who, what, where, why, and how questions in compelling, page-turning fashion.A native of Fort Worth, Texas, Jim Marrs earned a BA in journalism from the University of North Texas in 1966 and attended graduate school at Texas Tech University for two years more. He has worked for several Texas news papers, including the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, where, beginning in 1968, he covered stories locally as well as in Europe and the Middle East. After a leave of absence to serve with a Fourth Army intelligence unit during the Vietnam War, he became the military and aerospace writer for the newspaper and an investigative reporter. Since 1980, Marrs has been a freelance writer, author, and frequent invited public speaker.


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Jim Marrs can justifiably be considered the world's leading conspiracy author, with multimillion-copy bestsellers like Alien Agenda, Rule By Secrecy, and the book that Oliver Stone used as a basis for his JFK movie, Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy, Now Marrs has allied with the Web's most popular conspiracy forum to investigate everything from chemtrails to the Naz Jim Marrs can justifiably be considered the world's leading conspiracy author, with multimillion-copy bestsellers like Alien Agenda, Rule By Secrecy, and the book that Oliver Stone used as a basis for his JFK movie, Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy, Now Marrs has allied with the Web's most popular conspiracy forum to investigate everything from chemtrails to the Nazis' Antarctic base, moon landing hoaxes to UFOs, God as an alien to the end of the world in 2012.AboveTopSecret.com is the Internet's largest and most popular discussion board community dedicated to the intelligent exchange of ideas and debate on a wide range of alternative topics such as conspiracies, UFOs, the paranormal, secret societies, political scandals, New World Order, terrorism, and dozens more.Marrs brings his rigorous journalist's credentials to bear on these topics and more, asking (and often answering) the essential who, what, where, why, and how questions in compelling, page-turning fashion.A native of Fort Worth, Texas, Jim Marrs earned a BA in journalism from the University of North Texas in 1966 and attended graduate school at Texas Tech University for two years more. He has worked for several Texas news papers, including the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, where, beginning in 1968, he covered stories locally as well as in Europe and the Middle East. After a leave of absence to serve with a Fourth Army intelligence unit during the Vietnam War, he became the military and aerospace writer for the newspaper and an investigative reporter. Since 1980, Marrs has been a freelance writer, author, and frequent invited public speaker.

30 review for Above Top Secret: Uncover the Mysteries of the Digital Age

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jeffrey

    Do you believe there is a strong possibility that Kennedy was assassinated by the CIA, the moon landings were faked, road signs contain secret messages for the New World Order, and there is a secret Nazi UFO base in Antarctica? Are you intellectually curious yet temperamentally paranoid and unwilling to apply Occam's Razor to strange happenings? Have you ever made friends, neighbors or colleagues uncomfortable by insisting that the CIA, international financiers, the Military-Industrial complex a Do you believe there is a strong possibility that Kennedy was assassinated by the CIA, the moon landings were faked, road signs contain secret messages for the New World Order, and there is a secret Nazi UFO base in Antarctica? Are you intellectually curious yet temperamentally paranoid and unwilling to apply Occam's Razor to strange happenings? Have you ever made friends, neighbors or colleagues uncomfortable by insisting that the CIA, international financiers, the Military-Industrial complex and/or Corporate Media are trying to hide The Truth from us? IF SO, THIS IS THE BOOK FOR YOU! I'm giving this book two stars because it's a fascinating read, and I do actually recommend it highly for those interested in a peek into the world of conspiracy theories. Unexplained phenomena do bear additional study and consideration, and some of the book is an interesting peek into weird stuff on the fringes of what's out there. The book pretends to have a neutral tone, but its lack of applying critical thinking skills shows it's more interested in stirring the pot for the Art Bell crowd. I really do think it's a fun read and worthwhile - but only if you are willing to apply a more critical eye to all these phenomena than the author does.

  2. 5 out of 5

    David

    If you're interested in an introduction to popular conspiracy theories, here is your book. Therefore, this book isn't for everyone. Some people associate conspiracy theorists with insanity or paranoia. This book would not be for you. This book is also not for people unwilling to entertain different ideas. I was describing this book to a friend, reading off the questions that headline each chapter such as the first one, "Was 9/11 an inside job?", and my friend rattled off quick answers to each on If you're interested in an introduction to popular conspiracy theories, here is your book. Therefore, this book isn't for everyone. Some people associate conspiracy theorists with insanity or paranoia. This book would not be for you. This book is also not for people unwilling to entertain different ideas. I was describing this book to a friend, reading off the questions that headline each chapter such as the first one, "Was 9/11 an inside job?", and my friend rattled off quick answers to each one. His answer to the one I just quoted was "no". If you've made up your mind and are unwilling to read the data that exists, then this book is also not for you. This is not an exhaustive resource by any means. It just scratches the surface on most topics. Each chapter warrants an average of 10-15 pages and provides online resources at AboveTopSecret.com where you can find out more about each topic. One thing I like about the book is that it doesn't push a theory, but it tells you the facts as we know them, and offers a range of ideas that people have formed as a result. Some of the chapters (The 9/11 one, "Who killed JFK?", "What crashed at Roswell?", "Is Free/Alternative Energy Being Kept from the Public?", "Is the Federal Reserve a Scam?" are compelling. There is so much evidence to refute that it is difficult not to buy some of the ideas. Other chapters ("What will happen in 2012?" "Is God an Alien?", "Is There a Nazi Base in Antarctica?") provide more entertainment value than any persuasion. There are other theories in the book as well, many regarding government takeover and concealment of UFOs. If you are an open-minded person, you should find some different ways at looking at things, may be convinced by some ideas and chuckle at others.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lee

    I am a fan of Jim Marrs. And this book covers a lot of interesting topics. If you're looking for an introduction and summary of conspiracy discussions on the internet then I bet you'll be happy with this one. If you're looking for more in-depth information beyond what you could find yourself online, then you'll probably be disappointed with some aspects of this book. The book includes chapters about UFOs, aliens, the JFK assassination, American government complicity in the 9-11 disaster, a secret I am a fan of Jim Marrs. And this book covers a lot of interesting topics. If you're looking for an introduction and summary of conspiracy discussions on the internet then I bet you'll be happy with this one. If you're looking for more in-depth information beyond what you could find yourself online, then you'll probably be disappointed with some aspects of this book. The book includes chapters about UFOs, aliens, the JFK assassination, American government complicity in the 9-11 disaster, a secret Nazi base in Antarctica, time traveler John Titor and his alternate future bleak American history, the end of the world in 2012 when the Mayan calendar ends, and various other cover-ups, scams, and conspiracies. Each chapter is titillating enough to invoke interest with basic information, but then ends with a commercial to check with the web site, ABOVETOPSECRET.com, for more reading--a little more than frustrating.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Marc

    Great book for those uninitiated into the realm of conspiracy theory. Lightly covers the bread and butter topics of who really killed JFK, Chemtrails, the Roswell cover-up, and Nazis in Antarctica. Brushes up on some of the relatively newer topics that shine light onto the research of respected 9/11 Truthers and those not-so-crackpotish citizens demanding a reasonable explanation of the sightings over Phoenix, AZ on March 13, 1997. I did find interesting a couple of fresh chapters on the inciden Great book for those uninitiated into the realm of conspiracy theory. Lightly covers the bread and butter topics of who really killed JFK, Chemtrails, the Roswell cover-up, and Nazis in Antarctica. Brushes up on some of the relatively newer topics that shine light onto the research of respected 9/11 Truthers and those not-so-crackpotish citizens demanding a reasonable explanation of the sightings over Phoenix, AZ on March 13, 1997. I did find interesting a couple of fresh chapters on the incident at O'Hare Gate C17 and Dr. Thomas Golds support of the theory of abiogenic formation of petroleum. Obtaining this book in Roswell, NM it was more a symbolic act than anything else. If you're really interested, there's no point in wasting your time with this particular piece of literature when you can just visit abovetopsecret.com and fill your head with all sorts of trivial suspicions. Keep in mind, it is no secret that governments DO keep secrets...

  5. 4 out of 5

    David Nunez

    This was an informative book of current events that have been taken place. Jim's book covered many topics from UFOs, JFK, aliens, alternative energy, chemtrails, the fed reserve, spidery drones and many more topics that aren't discussed in the mainstream. I always have a new discovery when I read a Jim Marrs book. I was very interested to read more research regarding oil and the fascinating occurrences on Antarctica. Many of the topics covered in this book are modern mysteries that we don't have This was an informative book of current events that have been taken place. Jim's book covered many topics from UFOs, JFK, aliens, alternative energy, chemtrails, the fed reserve, spidery drones and many more topics that aren't discussed in the mainstream. I always have a new discovery when I read a Jim Marrs book. I was very interested to read more research regarding oil and the fascinating occurrences on Antarctica. Many of the topics covered in this book are modern mysteries that we don't have answers to yet. I do feel that humanity will discover and be able to answer the many mysteries that are taking place on the planet!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ken

    A fantastic overview of prominent conspiracy theories and other mysteries. Some I was quite familiar with (9/11, Roswell, Phoenix), and others I knew nothing about (chemtrails, O'Hare Airport, spidery drones, hollow moon), but all were interesting. The user comments from Above Top Secret were a nice touch as well. Obviously not all of this stuff is true, and that's clear from reading the last chapter, "What will happen in 2012", which suggested that "Planet X" may come into the solar system and A fantastic overview of prominent conspiracy theories and other mysteries. Some I was quite familiar with (9/11, Roswell, Phoenix), and others I knew nothing about (chemtrails, O'Hare Airport, spidery drones, hollow moon), but all were interesting. The user comments from Above Top Secret were a nice touch as well. Obviously not all of this stuff is true, and that's clear from reading the last chapter, "What will happen in 2012", which suggested that "Planet X" may come into the solar system and cause disruptions on Earth, but it's 2016 now and nothing of the sort happened. I look forward to reading more from Jim Marrs.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Analuabc

    Livro repleto de teorias da conspiração. Desde o 11 de Setembro aos chemtrails, não esquecendo uns quantos Nazis e o JFK. Quer acreditem ou não, quer queiram ler por que acham divertido, aproveitem que é um bom livro. Não se limita a apresentar só as teorias como fundamenta-as com citações de documentos.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Eric

    This is a good primer for newcomers to conspiracy theories but it offers very little to a stalwart such as myself. This book is quite superficial compared to Mr. Marrs's other books. I doubt that it will convince any skeptics. This is a good primer for newcomers to conspiracy theories but it offers very little to a stalwart such as myself. This book is quite superficial compared to Mr. Marrs's other books. I doubt that it will convince any skeptics.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kaptainmyke.com

    What I learned? Everything. Must read. Especially about Chemtrails and Lunar Bases.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    Jim Marrs is a man who knows his stuff, and does his research. Fascinating read.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Fabrizio Poli

    Another great book by Jim Marrs. This is well researched and presented and actually a good start for anyone that doesn't know much about 'conspiracies'. In a world where the mainstream media has become 'Fake News' it is important for us to know what really has and is going on in the world. This is a great reference book and helps you to know what to look for when reading, watching or listening to any news outlet. Highly recommended! Another great book by Jim Marrs. This is well researched and presented and actually a good start for anyone that doesn't know much about 'conspiracies'. In a world where the mainstream media has become 'Fake News' it is important for us to know what really has and is going on in the world. This is a great reference book and helps you to know what to look for when reading, watching or listening to any news outlet. Highly recommended!

  12. 5 out of 5

    IAN SPEIGHT

    I Guess this kind of books falls into two camps, If you're a believer you'll lap it up. If like me you're a cynic like me you'll dismiss it as a load of hokum, Mysteries put about with people with nothing better to do. However, the book is well researched & does make several validating points that people such as myself wouldn't be able to put up much of an argument against. I Guess this kind of books falls into two camps, If you're a believer you'll lap it up. If like me you're a cynic like me you'll dismiss it as a load of hokum, Mysteries put about with people with nothing better to do. However, the book is well researched & does make several validating points that people such as myself wouldn't be able to put up much of an argument against.

  13. 4 out of 5

    BRUCE K. McCURDY

    Well written, detailed, and organised. Same.Well written and organised. Danced about the edges without missing a beat. A good and fanciful read. Quote the scholar!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kevinjwoods

    Interesting but possibly too much emphasis on the obviously nonsensical and one piece of really bad editing where it refers you to a chapter on hoaxes which isn't in the book. Oh and pretty sure the world didn't end in 2012. Interesting but possibly too much emphasis on the obviously nonsensical and one piece of really bad editing where it refers you to a chapter on hoaxes which isn't in the book. Oh and pretty sure the world didn't end in 2012.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Joe Koren

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ronnie Roswell

  17. 5 out of 5

    lyle franklyn kimsey

  18. 5 out of 5

    Dana

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kevin

  20. 4 out of 5

    Tapasya

  21. 5 out of 5

    Anuj Kumar

  22. 5 out of 5

    Bobby McDonell

  23. 4 out of 5

    Dan

  24. 4 out of 5

    Raymond Nazon

  25. 5 out of 5

    Scout Paget

  26. 4 out of 5

    Robert P.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Fre

  28. 5 out of 5

    riadh

  29. 5 out of 5

    Conformco

  30. 5 out of 5

    Rob

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