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Ted Gunderson

Here is a recent photo of me and Ted Gunderson taken by KEV on October 15th 2009 somewhere in North Hollywood.


Ted Gunderson will be interviewing me soon and the video will be released shortly after that, which I will post here for those who are interested. We will NOT be discussing The Gosch Case.


If you don't know who Ted Gunderson is, here is a copy & Paste from Wikpedia:

Ted Gunderson

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Ted Gunderson
BornTheodore L. Gunderson
November 7, 1928(1928-11-07)
Colorado Springs, Colorado
OccupationFBI agent, private investigator, speaker
EmployerFederal Bureau of Investigation, private clients
TitleSpecial Agent in Charge, Los Angeles, Special Agent in Charge, Washington,D.C. offices, F.B.I.

Theodore L. Gunderson (born 7 November 1928) is a private investigator and a former high-ranking agent of the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation.[1] Gunderson has been involved in several high-profile cases, and is also known for his belief in, and investigation of, criminal conspiracies involving cults run by government officials.



[edit] Early life

Ted Gunderson was born in Colorado Springs. He graduated from the University of Nebraska in 1950. After a brief stint as a sales representative for Hormel Foods Corporation,[2] Gunderson entered the Federal Bureau of Investigation in December 1951. He served in Mobile, Knoxville, New York City, and Albuquerque offices. He held posts as assistant special agent-in-charge in New Haven and Philadelphia; and as chief inspector, and special agent-in-charge of the Memphis and Dallas offices. In 1977, Gunderson took his last position as senior special agent-in-charge of the Los Angeles office, and retired in March 1979.

[edit] Post-FBI Investigations and Career

After retiring from the FBI, Gunderson set up a private investigation firm, Ted L. Gunderson and Associates, in Santa Monica.[3] In 1980, he became a defense investigator for Green Beret Jeffrey R. MacDonald, convicted of the 1970 murders of his pregnant wife and two daughters. Gunderson obtained affidavits from Helena Stoeckley[4] confessing to her involvement in the murders. The courts have been unwilling to find Stoeckley's statements believable due to the following facts: one, there is no physical evidence of Stoeckley or of the conspirators whom she has named at the crime scene;[verification needed] two, she made statements of non-involvement;[verification needed] and three, statements in her confessions were at odds with known facts (e.g., she named an individual who was in jail at the time of the murders as a fellow participant).[verification needed] Jeffery MacDonald's conviction stands and he remains imprisoned.

Stoeckley further stated in her confessions to Gunderson that a satanic cult she was involved in were responsible for the murders. This was the beginning of Gunderson's beliefs (and statements) concerning satanic cults involving government officials.

Gunderson suggests that some Satanic cults engage in widespread child kidnapping for the purpose of child sexual abuse and ritual murder, and that these activities involve high-ranking government officials and/or the Illuminati. He credits William Guy Carr's Pawns in the Game with opening his eyes to the plans of the Illuminati.[5]

In 1982, Gunderson joined the search for missing child Johnny Gosch.

In 1990, Gunderson and an archeologist excavated the site of the McMartin Preschool, and claimed to have uncovered tunnels filled in, a finding that would confirm prior student claims.[original research?]

Following the Oklahoma City bombing, Gunderson promoted Michael Riconosciuto's claims that the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building was destroyed not by a truck bomb, but by a pineapple-sized "barometric bomb". Gunderson refers to local (not national) news reports of bombs planted inside the building which were found because they did not detonate.

In 1996, Gunderson ran against House Republican John Ensign as the candidate of the Independent American Party (the Nevada affiliate of the Constitution Party). He garnered 2.65% of the vote, leading the third-party field.

In April 2008, Gunderson revealed his belief that Sonny Bono was murdered, rather than killed in a collision with a tree while skiing. He claims that Bono was killed by government agents in order to prevent disclosure of government involvement in drug dealing. [6]

Gunderson is also co-author with Roger McGovern of How to Locate Anyone Anywhere Without Leaving Home.[7]

[edit] References

  1. ^ "Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI". Turner Publishing Co.. 1999. pp. 150-151. Retrieved 2008-08-21. 
  2. ^ McCullough, Virginia (2007-10-02). "A Trip down memory lane featuring Ted Gunderson". Newsmakingnews.,ted,gunderson,trip,down,memory,lane,10,2,07.htm. Retrieved 2008-09-08. 
  3. ^ Ted L. Gunderson. "Ted L. Gunderson". Retrieved 2008-08-21. 
  4. ^ n/a (1982-04-17). "Around the Nation; Investigation Reopened In Doctor's Murder Case". Associated Press International. Retrieved 2008-08-21. 
  5. ^ Interview with Ted Gunderson.
  6. ^ Sonny Bono 'assassinated' by hitmen The Australian April 4, 2008
  7. ^ How to Locate Anyone Anywhere Without Leaving Home. Dutton, 1989. ISBN 0525247467


"Sometimes when you open your mind to the impossible,
  you discover the truth." Walter from Fringe.

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Looking Forward to the interview Darron...thank you for posting the Photo and the update...


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Ted and I still plan to do the video documentary. It may be ahwile, but it's still planned as far as I know. Please stay tuned.


-- Edited by The Phantom on Wednesday 10th of February 2010 05:59:18 PM


"Sometimes when you open your mind to the impossible,
  you discover the truth." Walter from Fringe.

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