Lt. Col. USA, Ret., Author and Publisher.
The Baker Street Irregulars

"It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts."

Sherlock Holmes, A Scandal in Bohemia, 1891

"We must fall back upon the old axiom that when all other contingencies fail, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth."


The Baker Street Irregulars were a group of street urchins that Sherlock Holmes recruited to serve as spies, information gatherers, and to do various missions where others may not be able to go. The word "Irregulars" comes from British Army usage wherein "non-regular soldiers" such as non-professional or militia-type indigenous forces were recruited locally to supplement the regular forces. In this context, I refer to my Baker Street Irregulars as those good Americans who come forward with information, who seek the truth, and who continue to fight the good fight for justice and what America stood for when it was founded. You will find the Irregulars everywhere: researching and exposing new information on such cases at the JFK assassination, the OKC bombing, the shootdown of TWA 800, the bombing of Pan Am 103, and 9/11--and more. These truth-seekers will always be with us, going where most people fear to tread, exposing the face of the Devil wherever he is encountered. It is to them that this page, and its contents, are devoted.

The Case Files

The Case of the Impossible Shots       

The Case of the Sunset Limited         

The Case of the Nazis in the CIA            

The Case of the Murder of Terry Yeakey