The Indefatigable Mae Brussell

Mae Brussell was a prominent conspiracy theorist and radio personality who operated primarily in California during the 1970s and 1980s. She was the host of a weekly radio show called Dialogue: Conspiracy, which was later renamed World Watchers International.

Mae Brussell’s radio programming often focused on conspiracy theories surrounding significant historical events, particularly the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. She was known for her meticulous research and cross-referencing of documents, which she used to support her theories about government corruption and covert operations.

Mae Brussell

Brussell began her broadcasting career in May 1971 and quickly gained a following for her detailed analysis and outspoken views. Her work was widely influential and continues to be referenced by researchers and enthusiasts of conspiracy theories to this day.

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