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Dettling's garage was a extensive wood and metal working shop. In the middle of the garage was a large pile of unusual wooden objects hidden under a large blue tarp. During a Wine Bottling party in the garage I pulled a large wooden gear from underneath the tarp and asked Ray what it was. He did not answer, but when asked what it did, he took a serrated wooden board, placed it against the gear and said, ï¿½it turnsï¿½. When he thought none of the six other people present were looking, he attempted to remove the wire, which was attached to one of the gear teeth by an oval bronze plate. His movements attracted everyone's attention. He then made a highly memorable and exaggerated show of trying to remove the wire in front of six people. Michael Hren remembers the incident and has with great reluctance stated, "He would recognize the gear if anyone showed him a picture of the Unabomber bomb gear"
Today, you can visit Kaczynski's cabin - it's on display at the Newseum in the heart of Washington DC.
Throughout his life, Kaczynski has been obsessed with one book - The Secret Agent by Joseph Conrad. He has read it dozens of times and kept a copy in his cabin
A considerable amount of credible evidence suggest that Theodore Kaczynsky participated in CIA sponsored MK ULTRA experiments conducted at Harvard University from 1959-1962. During World War II, Henry Murray, the lead researcher in the Harvard experiments, served with the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), which was a forerunner of the CIA. Murray applied for a grant funded by the US Navy, and his Harvard stress experiments strongly resembled those run by the OSS. At the age of sixteen, on his third day of school Kaczynski started to participate, along with twenty-one other undergraduate students, in the Harvard experiments, which have been described as “disturbing” and “ethically indefensible.
Supposedly J. Ray Dettling of Saratoga, CA was connected to the CIA and was heavily involved in the Unabomber operation. He is described as an adventurous guy with a nice house overlooking silicon valley, always traveling, telling wild stories and never at a loss for money even though he didn’t have a job. He explained to his friends that he was paid by the CIA for his services with patents. Since he couldn’t be paid in cash for covert CIA operations the CIA simply granted him the rights to some patents and he lived off of the money generated from these patents. Dettling explained that this was a routine procedure and it was the main way the CIA could pay it’s people for covert operations. In fact, Dettling owned 5 patents from companies that supplied the CIA/FBI with their services.
A considerable amount of credible evidence suggest that Theodore Kaczynsky participated in CIA sponsored MK ULTRA experiments conducted at Harvard University from 1959-1962.
originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: Kester
Not sure your question. Kazinski's cabin and bomb making materials and structure are well documented. Just not so much anymore, don't want to give anyone ideas…
The Sydney Hilton bombing occurred on 13 February 1978, when a bomb exploded outside the Hilton Hotel in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. At the time the hotel was the site of the first Commonwealth Heads of Government Regional Meeting (CHOGRM), a regional offshoot of the biennial meetings of the heads of government from across the Commonwealth of Nations.
The bomb was planted in a rubbish bin and exploded when the bin was emptied into a garbage truck outside the hotel at 1:40 a.m. It killed two garbage collectors, Alec Carter and William Favell. A police officer guarding the entrance to the hotel lounge, Paul Birmistriw, died later. It also injured eleven others. Twelve foreign leaders were staying in the hotel at the time, but none were injured. Australian prime minister Malcolm Fraser immediately called out the Australian Army for the remainder of the CHOGRM meeting. 
The Hilton case has been highly controversial due to allegations that Australian security forces may have been responsible.