posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 12:18 AM
If true, it is shocking and disturbing, especially considering that Alter's wife and son also died under mysterious circumstances as well.
If fiction, it's not very original. Anyone who has ever seen the classic film "The President's Analyst" (a wonderful comedy spy thriller starring
James Coburn, released in 1967 when rumors were starting to openly circulate that LBJ was crazy as a Junebug) will certainly recognize the plot.
Of course, "the President's Analyst" was also couched as a work of fiction, with a hilarious disclaimer in the opening titles stating the film was
NOT made with cooperation of the "F.B.R." the "C.E.A.", or any other government agencies. lol.
If you've never seen "The President's Analyst," it's loaded with little gems of truth and the ATS crowd would love it. Links to clips from the
Scene: "The Cerebrum Communicator" (while this technology was sci-fi in 1967, guess what? It's not far fetched at all today. Implantable
Scene: "The Squire" (The President's Analyst fears for his life and takes it on the run, all the while being chased by every spy agency on the
Scene: "Total Sound!" (Trying to escape Washington, the President's Analyst cons an average American family touring the White House to shepherd him
out of town)
Scene: "This Little Card" (The analyst helps a CIA (CEA) agent who is dealing with the guilt of killing people.)
Whether or not you believe the story about Dr. Mark Alter, ya just GOTTA see this movie! The comedy that's really not a comedy...and still true
today, or so we're told.