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The Little HISTORY Book of Secrets  by Ol Lady Leap

The Little HISTORY Book of Secrets by Ol Lady Leap

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Note: I did not write this book. I have agreed to post it for the Author because I am more capable of posting to the computer than she is.

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It started for me, back in the early 40s, our gov't had a lot irons in the fire, per usual & of course all top secret & classified. Things weren't computerized back then but they did have microfilm. There was a lof swearing going on back then. On forfeiture of life, limb or family. Back then I was just a fly on the wall. Basically ignored; no threat to anyone. This did not, however, make me deaf, dumb or blind. I was just a quiet little girl no one paid heed to. Gov't secrets are a matter of public record. If you know where to look. Try small businesses, archives such as magazines, newspapers in sall out of the way places. Some of the top secret time llimits have run out; but don't see anyone advertising the fact. Few examples of my Dubo-Pinocchio career: The Bomb - test in the desert...we used real human corpses until we got squealed on. Then it was the real dummies doing the test. We ued real prison inmates a test subjects for medication, germs, etc. til we got squealed on. Roswell..yeah it really happened but not there & not then. WWII & Korean War...emptied prisons for front line soldiers. The gov't was in cahoots with big business...the list of stuff is endless. This book contains a few of theirs and a few they wish were theirs."
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