Celebrity Secrets

Celebrity Secrets

Government Files on the Rich and Famous

Book - 2007
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Was famed Hollywood swashbuckler Errol Flynn a Nazi spy? Did JFK entrust Marilyn Monroe with the deepest and darkest secrets of the White House? Why was John Lennon the subject of intense surveillance by the FBI and was his death a state-sponsored assassination? Nick Redfern has delved deeply into the dark and murky world of the FBI, CIA and other agencies and has unearthed the contents of formerly classified and Top Secret Government files, Celebrity Secrets reveals that when the worlds of espionage and entertainment collide nothing is what it appears to be.
Publisher: New York : Paraview Pocket Books, 2007
ISBN: 9781416528661
Branch Call Number: 920 R31c
Characteristics: xii, 252 p. ; 21 cm


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Feb 11, 2018

Yes. Indeed. "Celebrity Secrets" is all scandal, scandal, and even more scandal.

So - If scandal is what whets your whistle - Then - This here's the book that's just waiting for you to devour in big, salacious bite-fulls.

(*Author's note*) - "Unless otherwise stated - All of the material in this book comes from officially declassified government files." (CIA, FBI, military, etc., etc.)

And - What, one may ask, were the motivating factors behind all of this government spying, all of the suspicions, and all of the accusations when it came to such big-name celebrities as Sonny Bono, John Lennon, Marilyn Monroe, Jimi Hendrix, and Princess Diana (to name but a few)?

Well - The answer to this puzzling question makes for a startling, insightful, laughable, and, yes, sometimes shocking read for anyone who is at all interested in seeing what lurks behind the fabricated facades of each of these very public lives.

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