Conspiracies and Secret Societies – The Complete Dossier, is an amazing work of reference put together by Brad Steiger and his wife, Sherry. This is the one book you must read and keep as a handy reference if you have an interest in these matters.
Brad Steiger is an amazing author I discovered years ago through his timeless classic, Mysteries Of Time And Space, which is sadly out of print and very hard to find. He has written numerous books on different subjects.
Although this is a pretty complete dossier, it must be considered a general reference and introduction to the several topics covered in the book.
At times, I was left on my appetite for more, but that’s the point of this book – it’s an excellent starting point if you’re interested in doing more personal research on each topic.
I consider this book a must for anyone interested in conspiracies and secret societies.
This description from Amazon hits it right on the nail with regard to Brad Steiger’s work on conspiracies and secret societies (theses comments refer to the Second Edition):
“This compelling encyclopedic reference includes hundreds of individuals, organizations, and events where official claims and standard explanations of actions and events remain shrouded in mystery.
“It examines the most common subjects among conspiracy theorists, from historical topics such as the true relationship between Jesus and Mary Magdalene, the Roswell UFO crash, and the assassinations of John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr. to more current issues such as the death of Princess Diana, FEMA’s response following hurricane Katrina, and the recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
“With photographs and illustrations, a list of resources for further investigation, and a comprehensive index for thorough crosschecking, this dossier debunks popular myths and presents the evidence on an invisible world of influence and power.
“Separating fact from fiction, this reference provides gripping details and presents the information without bias and, updated and expanded, includes information on nearly 40 new subjects.”