Review: The Collected Works of Col. L. Fletcher Prouty
Col. L. Fletcher Prouty is the best kind of historian: he lived it. And he
has the documents to back up what he says. His new CD, “The Collected
Works of Col. L. Fletcher Prouty” is a compilation of his many years of
experience including writings, lectures, documents and pictures.
The story of the elements leading to the JFK assassination is a complicated
concept for most, and nobody explains it better than Prouty. But he
doesn’t stop there. Also included are facts about the CIA, Vietnam, mind
control, Gary Powers U-2 flight, and much, much more.
This CD is in HTML format, which means it is viewed via a browser such as
Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator. It makes the best use of
multimedia with videos and audio employed to help convey L. Fletcher
Prouty’s information. With a click of a mouse, one can decide where to go
from the main menu. Selections include ‘Biography’, ‘Official & Personal
Documents’, ‘Speeches & Audio Interviews’, the book, ‘The Secret Team’,
‘Jim Garrison Correspondence’, ‘Articles & Essays’, ‘Photo Album’, ‘Video
Clips’, the book, ‘JFK, Vietnam, the CIA and the Plot to Kill John F.
Kennedy’, and ‘Oliver Stone & the Movie “JFK”’. Also on the CD are the
Introduction, Foreward, Help & Info, Credits, and a master file list. With
that master list, articles and books are stored in “.doc” format, video
clips in “mov.”, audio clips in “.wav” and photos in “.jpg” for ease of
printing, viewing and listening.
This is an important, powerful work that should be in the hands of everyone
interested in American history, government and business. The two books
alone are worth the price.
Producer: Len Osanic
This CD can be purchased at the Colonel L. Fletcher Prouty Reference Site.
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