Take another look at yesterday's blog. I have both edited it and expanded it with text and illustrations.
James McGregor has asked me to take a second look at Ian Cowper Ross' book 'Rocking the Boat', that was originally published in 1990, because he alludes to some of the dark truths lurking beneath his own fabled accounts. However, Ian Cowper Ross is a subject all by himself and in due course I will reveal all about who he really is and how he became the scriptwriter of rubbish for Ronan O'Rahilly to prevent everyone from knowing the really dark and sinister story of Radio Caroline.
Within the next 72 hours I will be linking yet another new page to this site and this one will begin to place the entire story called 'Radio-Noir' in context - after it has appeared here in blog format. So, all of the angry trolls with their hate speech who are afraid of the doom and gloom that will follow the unmasking of their little religious cult will get the real story, in installments - free of charge and Online!
This has always been a work of public service in the public interest and you may like to know how and when it really began. The year was 1966 and Mervyn Hagger wrote his first half page feature story for the 'Express and Star' called 'Birth or Death of a Broadcasting Era?'. Shortly after this he wrote a letter to Don Pierson in Eastland, Texas asking him about 'Swinging Radio England' and 'Britain Radio'. He did not get a reply.
But in 1985 when Don Pierson personally gave Mervyn Hagger all of his financial and legal documents relating to all of his offshore radio station projects, there was the letter he had written back in 1967, minus its UK postage stamp which someone had torn off to save!
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