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Area 51, Ghost Bombers, Operation Paperclip and more!

October 3, 2012

It’s no secret — I love October. It’s my favorite month of the year. Apples are in season, festivals abound, and Halloween ends it with a bang. Pretty great if you ask me. It’s also a time for ghost stories, tales of the paranormal and spooky stuff in general. If you go for that sort of thing, you could do a lot worse than to check out one of our newest reference items: Conspiracy Theories in American History. CTiAH, “The first comprehensive history of conspiracies and conspiracy theories in the United States. Contains conspiracies from A (Abolitionism) to Z (ZOG)”, is a part of our large reference collection, Credo Reference. It’s easy to search and contains an amazing variety of conspiracy-related topics — from bizarre, likely frauds to paranoid manifestos to well-substantiated government programs — all of which make for interesting reading. Since it is in Credo, it even has a feature allowing you to search the library catalog and some of our larger, multi-disciplinary databases with a single click! I know what you’re thinking…

So check it out.

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