In 1975 an extraordinary document surfaced called “A Skeleton Key to the Gemstone File.” Distributed hand-to-hand long before the advent of computer-based social media, the 22-page typed copy I received in 1976 had been reproduced so many times that several words and letters were unclear or missing. Evidently a fervent underground effort had been underway to get this information out. So I’ve kept a copy of the Skeleton Key around for the last four decades taking notes on developments, and recent history, so far, has increased my confidence in the document’s veracity. (continued): http://www.thesleuthjournal.com/skeleton-key-gemcstone-file-turns-40
Dealey Plaza / Is this Eugene Brading’s “X-marked Hatband”?
‘A Skeleton Key to the Gemstone File’ (p.5)