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Offline Paul May

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H. P. Albarelli has died
« on: June 23, 2019, 05:48:48 PM »
H.P. was a talented investigative journalist and writer. Announcement by his daughter.

It is with great sadness and a ripple of broken hearts that I announce the death of my Father HP Albarelli. I held his hand when he took his last breath yesterd...ay at 5:45pm. The day of the Rising Strawberry Moon. He was surrounded by family. His memory and legacy will live on in so many ways. And please be rest assured that his wild spirit remains alive and strong in myself and my brothers Damien and David and most especially in his grandsons Ashton Sky & Dylan Jackson (his spirit twin). Look up at the full moon tonight. He’s there shining down on us.
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Offline Paul May

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Re: H. P. Albarelli has died
« Reply #1 on: July 06, 2019, 09:11:18 PM »
FYI, Hanks final work, “Coup in Dallas” will be available in November apparently. If you’ve never had occasion to read anything written by Hank, you’re missing out. A terrific writer.  And person.

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Re: H. P. Albarelli has died
« Reply #2 on: July 06, 2019, 11:57:57 PM »
H.P. was a talented investigative journalist and writer. Announcement by his daughter.

It is with great sadness and a ripple of broken hearts that I announce the death of my Father HP Albarelli. I held his hand when he took his last breath yesterd...ay at 5:45pm. The day of the Rising Strawberry Moon. He was surrounded by family. His memory and legacy will live on in so many ways. And please be rest assured that his wild spirit remains alive and strong in myself and my brothers Damien and David and most especially in his grandsons Ashton Sky & Dylan Jackson (his spirit twin). Look up at the full moon tonight. He’s there shining down on us.

Sorry to hear about your friend.

Speaking of strawberries (scroll down to the fifth song, if you please):
https://www.jfkassassinationforum.com/index.php/topic,2029.msg55010.html#msg55010
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Offline Tom Scully

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Re: H. P. Albarelli has died
« Reply #3 on: January 09, 2020, 03:50:17 PM »
FYI, Hanks final work, “Coup in Dallas” will be available in November apparently. If you’ve never had occasion to read anything written by Hank, you’re missing out. A terrific writer.  And person.

Scully and OBlazeny always get their t****ing snipes in but never add anything substantive to the conversation...It is personal to them not informational or based on research and evidence...

"Coup in Dallas" scheduled availability is late next month.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07B1M4FDP?ref=dbs_p2d_P_R_popup_yes_pony_T1


Five months ago, it was my privilege to receive a .pdf file of the chapter of Mr. Albarelli's book that includes my original research. I am looking forward to
being able to read the entire book.

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Sandy K, thank you. And like you (and probably a number of others here), I ask myself periodically, how am I going to view this quest as twilight approaches.

I respect your list, and consider them all giants in their fields. I particularly appreciate PD Scott for defining the broader picture very early on, and Salandria for his wisdom and insight, and his cautionary statement … “they will wear you down.” I would add several somewhat unsung as yet heroes in my opinion: a Texas researcher named Richard Bartholomew who very early on tackled the Texas angle; Linda Minor who “gets it,” The Big Picture, and Tom Scully, whom I predict will eventually be vindicated and lauded by more than just a few for the level of detail he continues to uncover.
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Anthony Thorne  - 09-07-2019, 01:10 AM

Also mentioned within the Education Forum discussion - Albarelli had potentially uncovered details linking Jack Crichton, an Army intel figure prominent in Dallas in 1963, to Skorzeny, as the former’s career had led him to cross paths with the latter. Albarelli had mentioned this to an Education Forum member who posted it this week.

Albarelli had apparently finished 99% of the manuscript, and had one final polish and editorial pass to complete the week when he passed away. Albarelli had already discussed the final details and footnotes that were required with his writing partner, Leslie Sharp. After HP left us, Sharp posted on social media that she would finish that final polish to HP’s specifications, and she did this over the last month or two, and then posted a photo of the completed manuscript, with a message to her friend HP that the work was finally done. So the book is now completed and being prepped for publication.

Skyhorse does take longer to prepare their books than Trine Day. They also have less typographical or layout errors in their works than Trine Day does. This isn’t intended as a slight, just an observation. Trine Day published a long, well-received book on the Oklahoma bombing a couple of years ago. After it came out, the author stated on her website that the Trine Day book was prepped for publication in a hurry and suffered major issues with the indexing and/or footnotes, but these would be fixed in future editions. I don’t believe a rectified second edition ever appeared, though perhaps it did and was never publicised. Regardless, it’s best to get things right the first time.

A question was asked on the Education Forum as to who Leslie Sharp was. Several posters there familiar with her work vouched for her and said they were confident she was a reliable and helpful writing partner. And social media posts from HP confirmed that he had been working with her.

So yes, the book is coming out. And no, Skyhorse aren’t working to suppress anything. And no, Leslie Sharp is not an undercover agent sent in by mysterious figures to cripple HP’s book and censor his writing. The book was close to being finished, HP then passed away, Sharp then finished the book in the manner that HP had discussed with her, and Skyhorse will be bringing the book out next year.

James, if you post further paranoid speculation in this thread asserting a conspiracy to suppress HP’s book, I’m just going to ignore your posts on this subject. You’ve made the same arguments a few times here, and it’s getting tiresome.
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Offline Mark A. Oblazney

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Re: H. P. Albarelli has died
« Reply #4 on: January 10, 2020, 03:40:21 PM »
"Coup in Dallas" scheduled availability is late next month.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07B1M4FDP?ref=dbs_p2d_P_R_popup_yes_pony_T1


Five months ago, it was my privilege to receive a .pdf file of the chapter of Mr. Albarelli's book that includes my original research. I am looking forward to
being able to read the entire book.
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I'm afraid the late great Hank was also one of Janney's 'enablers', as well as other authors' sources.  But his tomes about Frank Olson and the 'experiment' in that french village were amazing.   
« Last Edit: January 10, 2020, 03:41:46 PM by Mark A. Oblazney »

 

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