1997 Interview by Steve Bowers with investigator John Billings, who was working with James Earl Ray and believed someone else killed Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and political writer, Jackson Baker, who was skeptical of any theory that eliminated Ray as being responsible for Dr. King’s death. Both guests
Some researchers believe a single man is responsible, some say this group or that group is responsible. All of them have done tremendous research and made excellent arguments for various theories. After doing their own research, Steve Bowers and Jimmie Leach put forward a NEW theory. We think you
Bowers and Leach dig a little deeper into whether James Earl Ray actually killed Dr. King. Their reasoning may surprise you! This episode is part of an ongoing series. If you missed the first episodes, you might ant to go back and review them to get caught up!
Was the murder of Dr. King the work of a lone gunman or was it a major conspiracy? Listen to the thoughts of experienced news analyst and commentator Steve Bowers and “The Investigator” Jimmie Leach as they discuss the fundamental principles of running a covert operation and whether or
One hour. Noted author John Avery Emison shares his views on the murder of Dr. King. Mayor Emison spent thousands of hours research and he presents some interesting theories concerning one of the most famous murder cases in our history.Join the regular crew at Tennessee Underground for a lively hour
What questions regarding Ray’s guilt as the lone killer remain unanswered?
It might take a lot of money to have someone murdered.James Earl Ray spent a lot of MONEY!Where did it come from??
A transistor radio played a significant part in this investigation.REALLY?
This podcast begins a look at the possible motives James Earl Ray may (or may not) have had to murder Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.We are beginning an entire series that will investigate many aspects and present many unanswered questions concerning the killing of the world renowned civil rights leader. See