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Unshackled : A Survivor's Story of Mind Control
by Kathleen Sullivan


Overview - Kathleen Sullivan was once an assassin, prostitute and human guinea pig for satanic rituals and "experiments." A shocking account of Sullivan's experiences as part of a criminal network that includes Intelligence personnel, military personnel, doctors and mental health professionals contracted by the military and CIA, criminal cult leaders and members, pedophiles, pornographers, drug dealers and Nazis.  Read more...

 
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Overview
Kathleen Sullivan was once an assassin, prostitute and human guinea pig for satanic rituals and "experiments." A shocking account of Sullivan's experiences as part of a criminal network that includes Intelligence personnel, military personnel, doctors and mental health professionals contracted by the military and CIA, criminal cult leaders and members, pedophiles, pornographers, drug dealers and Nazis. This network included her own father, who brutalized his daughter for years and even forced her to kill her own infant child. A true account of "Manchurian Candidate" style mind-control techniques that create alter-states in unwitting victims, to perform deeds that are normally repugnant. A victim of mind control from childhood, until recently, when vivid flashbacks and nightmares started to leak the horrible truth, Sullivan had no recollection of any of these activities.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781893302358
  • ISBN-10: 1893302350
  • Publisher: Dandelion Enterprises
  • Publish Date: October 2006
  • Page Count: 488


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