| Ted Gunderson |
(Policeman, Private investigator, Whistleblower)
|Born||7 November 1928|
Colorado Springs, Colorado
|Died||31 July 2011 (Age 82)|
Cause of death
|Interests|| • The Finders|
• The Illuminati
• Bohemian Grove
• McMartin Preschool
US policeman supposedly turned dissident who gave confusing revelations
Ted Gunderson was a US policeman. He later said he was influenced by William Guy Carr's writings on the Illuminati.
Head of the Los Angeles FBI.
After retiring from the FBI in March of 1979, he began looking into cases of satanic murder after becoming convinced of the innocence of Army medical doctor, Dr. Jeffrey R. MacDonald, who was convicted for the murder of his wife and two young daughters on Ft. Bragg Army base in North Carolina.
His employment with the FBI has given him much initial credibility, while there appears to be the general consensus, that over time he more and more blew everything he touched out of proportion. Ed Opperman who knew Gunderson personally, said that in private conversation Gunderson admitted that some statements were overblown (in terms of scale of satanic abuse that is going on in the country) and that he always thought his recorded lectures (those that were recorded prior to the wide-scale use of the Internet) would never reach a bigger audience.
Art Bell lawsuit
Art Bell did sue Gunderson's radio station for libel in 2000.
|Chip Tatum - Black Ops Interview with Ted Gunderson / TV Junkie YT channel|
Joël van der Reijden's list of what not to believe includes "everything that has come out of Ted Gunderson's mouth".
- ↑ https://ppia.fandom.com/wiki/Ted_Gunderson saved at Archive.org saved at Archive.is
- ↑ https://medicalkidnap.com/2020/06/02/unmasking-who-is-behind-the-plandemic-and-rioting-to-usher-in-the-new-world-order/
- ↑ https://www.educate-yourself.org/tg/ saved at Archive.org saved at Archive.is
- ↑ https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1345&dat=19890503&id=jVhYAAAAIBAJ&sjid=6_kDAAAAIBAJ&pg=7033,403310&hl=en
- ↑ https://omgfacts.com/this-fbi-agent-was-one-of-the-first-conspiracy-theorists
- ↑ Ed Opperman Podcast
- ↑ http://web.archive.org/web/20211005003926/https://www.nashvillescene.com/news/pithinthewind/for-whom-the-bell-tolls/article_4180ec03-b28c-5e2a-bc77-b2c2fdebfe6d.html
- ↑ http://web.archive.org/web/20180727225926/http://www.topsecretwriters.com/2016/09/why-art-bell-had-to-end-his-radio-show
- ↑ https://archive.org/details/TheStoryOfTheArtBellLawsuitTedGunderson
- ↑ http://www.oppermanreport.com/archive/the-story-of-the-art-bell-feud-lawsuit
- ↑ https://isgp-studies.com/conspiracy-theories-credible-vs-not-credible