Dead Wrong is a study of the scientific and forensic facts of four assassinations of the 1960s (President John F. Kennedy, Senator Robert F. Kennedy, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Black Panther leader Fred Hampton), as well as an examination of new and incriminating evidence indicative of murder, not suicide, in the deaths of Marilyn Monroe, White House Counsel Vincent Foster, U.N. Weapons Inspector Dr. David C. Kelly and bioweapons expert Frank Olson.
"This Book is "DEAD ON""
For decades, government pundits have dismissed these "coincidental" deaths, even regarding them as "myths" as "urban legends." Like most people, Richard and David were initially unsure about what to make of these 'coincidences'. After all, events don't "consult the odds" prior to happening; they simply happen. Then someone comes along later and figures out what the odds of it happening were. Some of the deaths seemed purely coincidental; heart attacks, hunting accidents.
"Awesome book. Filled with interesting knowledge"
Conspiracy buff or not, who can resist a book that blows the lid off some of our time's most controversial issues? For example, if astronauts, pilots, and nearly every culture since time immemorial believe UFOs exists, why does the U.S. government deny it? And just how could the President of the United States die of a frontal would inflicted by a sniper shooting from behind?
A year after the disappearance and commencement of the international search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, no sign of the plane has been found - no debris, no bodies, no sign of the much-talked-about black box. Richard Belzer, George Noory, and David Wayne want to know why.
"A lot of information packed in one book."
Featuring the serial adventures of "George W. Bush: Fearless Turkey Delivery Person"; a brief look at the major Democratic presidential candidates; Senator Trent Lott's nautical epic "Massuh and Commander"; and Chevy Chase's "1973 Miss America Pageant." Plus: special "Brunch with the Belz" Guest, The Reverend Al Sharpton.
Featuring the adventures of "Casper the Too-Friendly Ghost"; trick-or-treating with Charlton Heston, Ozzy Osbourne, Joan Rivers and others; and "Urban Myths Debunked: The One About Richard Gere and Goebbles." Plus, special "Brunch with the Belz" guest, Senator Ted Kennedy.
Marking the thirty-year anniversary of the show's original launch. Featuring guest interviews with Billy Crystal, Paul Shaffer and Judy Belushi-Pisano. Plus, "The Ali-Foreman Interview," "Kung Fu Christmas," "The Immigrants," and the very, very best of the Original National Lampoon Radio Hour.
Featuring the first epic adventure of "Elvis Presley: Time Cop"; eerie coincidences between the assassinations of Presidents Lincoln and Kennedy; "Art Garfunkel: Live By Request"; and "The True Meaning of Thanksgiving." Plus: special "Brunch with the Belz" guest, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The triumphant return of the National Lampoon Radio Hour! featuring the Queer Eye for the Straight Guy movie makeover of The Godfather; white tigers running wild on the streets of Las Vegas; Appleby & Myers: "Are You Ugly"; and Christopher Guest's Pete Seeger parody "Well-Intentioned Blues." Plus, special "Brunch with the Belz" guest, pill-popping pundit Rush Limbaugh.
"Welcome back - and what a relief"
Featuring the World Heavyweight Championship Fight between David Gest and Liza Minnelli; "Bargain Bob's Black Market Babies"; the best of "The Dick Ballentine Call-in Show"; and Christopher Guest's classic "Mr. Robertson's Neighborhood." Plus: special "Brunch with the Belz" guest, Senator Joe Lieberman.
Every other Thursday on Santa Monica Boulevard’s Comedy Central Stage, a motley assortment of prolific Hollywood writers, actors, and comics convene to reveal the most personal—and colorful—parts of their lives. Their soul-baring monologues reveal the sources of their creative genius, from wacky families, to psycho exes, random ramblings, and unbelievable Hollywood insights.
Featuring the controversial mini-series "The Reagans: Fair and Balanced"; adventures in customer service with the Maximus Penis-Enlargement Company; the James Taylor parody "Methadone Maintenance Man" and the classic parody of "The Americans." Plus: special "Brunch with the Belz" guest, President George W. Bush.