007: a new theory

Lobster Issue 9 (1985) £££

The Last Flight of 007 L. Fletcher Prouty, (Gallery May 1985) The flight of KAL 007: Evidence of Conspiracy R.B.Cutler, (Cutler Publications, US 1985) “At one stage it seemed probable that the Freeze movement would halt the (MX) project altogether; only the providential shooting-down of the Korean airliner, KAL007, enabled Reagan to push his […]

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KAL 007: 16 Years Later

Lobster Issue 37 (Summer 1999) £££

See note(1) By some standards, the loss of 269 souls aboard Korean Air Lines flight 007 on August 31, 1983, was a modest disaster. The Titanic, for example, claimed 1503 lives; the Lusitania 1198. But historians may come to believe that the political implications of the downing of the civilian 747 airliner by a […]

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KAL 007 and Overhead Surveillance

Lobster Issue 16 (1988) £££

There has been much discussion about whether KAL 007 was an overhead intelligence platform or not. This article does not attempt to directly answer this question. Instead it reviews the reasons why the US should attempt technical intelligence gathering around September 1983 – when KAL 007 was downed – and the means available to […]

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Shorts (KAL 007 & JFK)

Lobster Issue 10 (1986) £££

Paul Johnson, former editor of the New Statesman turned ‘new right’ Thatcherite, turned his hack hand to KAL 007 in a review of Alexander Dallin’s Black Box KAL 007 and the Superpowers (University of California Press 1985) in the Times Literary Supplement (August 23 1985). Johnson asks the question: “How could a Korean pilot […]

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The Flight of KAL 007: evidence of conspiracy

Lobster Issue 8 (1985) £££

Books The Flight of KAL 007: evidence of conspiracy R. B. Cutler Cutler is the editor/producer of the Grassy Knoll Gazette, one of the JFK assassination journals. Over the years he has produced a great many books/pamphlets on the case. This is a 40 page pamphlet full of Cutler’s beautiful drawings and maps which […]

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007’s real mission continues

Lobster Issue 88 (Winter 2024) FREE
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[PDF file]: OO7’s real mission continues Wiliam E. Kelly Ian Fleming – The Complete Man Nicholas Shakespeare London: Harvill Secker, 2024 The latest surge of interest in 007, James Bond, isn’t triggered by a new Bond movie, or speculation over who will play the next celluloid Bond, but by the 70th anniversary of the publication of […]

Kelly Bond 007 essay

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OO7’s real mission continues Wiliam E . Kelly Ian Fleming – The Complete Man Nicholas Shakespeare London: Harvill Secker, 2024 The latest surge of interest in 007, James Bond, isn’t triggered by a new Bond movie, or speculation over who will play the next celluloid Bond, but by the 70th anniversary of the publication […]

Kelly Bond 007 text

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OO7’s real mission continues Wiliam E . Kelly Ian Fleming – The Complete Man Nicholas Shakespeare London: Harvill Secker, 2024 The latest surge of interest in 007, James Bond, isn’t triggered by a new Bond movie, or speculation over who will play the next celluloid Bond, but by the 70th anniversary of the publication […]

Kelly Bond 007 essay

Lobster Issue

OO7’s real mission continues Wiliam E . Kelly Ian Fleming – The Complete Man Nicholas Shakespeare London: Harvill Secker, 2024 The latest surge of interest in 007, James Bond, isn’t triggered by a new Bond movie, or speculation over who will play the next celluloid Bond, but by the 70th anniversary of the publication […]

Books and Pamphlets

Lobster Issue 13 (1987) £££

[…] a matter of opinion.) Copies are available from Barbara Goodwin, 1 Norland Square, London W11 4PX. (£1 in UK) The Target is Destroyed (What really happened to 007) Seymour Hersh, (Faber and Faber, London 1986) There isn’t much worth saying about this that hasn’t already been said by R.W. Johnson in his long review […]

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