World War II conspiracies come to life in new novel

TACOMA, Wash. – The popularity of conspiracy theories is frequently rooted in the belief that governments are not transparent in their actions. This belief was the basis for author Albert Bartlett’s new World War II thriller, “MacCaulley’s Monster.”

“MacCaulley’s Monster” is the fictional tale of a mysterious unidentified aircraft shot down near the English Channel in 1943.

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Last ‘Spruce Goose’ crewmember passes away

John Hayes Glenn, the last crewmember of the one and only flight of the Hughes Hercules HK1, “Spruce Goose,” passed away June 20. He was 94.

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