JIM MARRS, is a native of Fort Worth, Texas, Mr. Marrs earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from the University of North Texas in 1966 and attended Graduate School at Texas Tech in Lubbock for two years more.

He has worked for several Texas newspapers, including the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, where beginning in 1968 he served as police reporter and general assignments reporter covering stories locally, in Europe and the Middle East. After a leave of absence to serve with a Fourth Army intelligence unit during the Vietnam War, he became military and aerospace writer for the newspaper and an investigative reporter.

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Since 1980, Mr. Marrs has been a free-lance writer, author and public relations consultant. He also published a rural weekly newspaper along with a monthly tourism tabloid, a cable television show and several videos. In 2007, Mr. Marrs retired from the University of Texas at Arlington where he had taught a course on the Kennedy assassination since 1976. In 1989, his book, Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy, was published to critical acclaim and reached the New York Times Paperback Non-Fiction Best Seller list in mid-February 1992. It became a basis for the Oliver Stone film JFK. Mr. Marrs served as a chief consultant for both the film’s screenplay and production.

“I don’t believe people haven’t landed on the moon. I do however believe we are misinformed as a public. The pictures for example have been tampered with as any photo-pro could tell you.”

“Jim Marrs”

“Outrageous as the spaceship moon theory sounds, it would explain a lot of mysteries about the moon.”

“Jim Marrs”

“In the late 80’s and early 90’s , when huge flying triangles were being sighted in Belgium , the Belgium government finally announced that they were secret government test craft.”

“Jim Marrs”