Papers of R.B. Cutler, author of "Two Flight Paths: Evidence
of Conspiracy" and "The Flight of CE 399", including diagrams,
photographs and clippings concerning the assassination of
John F. Kennedy. Also included is a sixth generation copy
of the Zapruder assassination film.
Gift of R.B. Cutler, 1971.
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Robert Bradley Cutler (1913-2010) [R.B. Cutler] was a conspiracy theorist who studied the assassination of John F. Kennedy and other controversial assassinations and historical events. In 1995, Culter opened the Conspiracy Museum in Dallas, Texas. The musueum closed in 2006. Cutler wrote two books: "Alias Oswald" (Manchester, MA: GKG Partners, 1985) and "Explo 007: Evidence of Conspiracy" (Beverly Farms, MA: R.B. Cutler, 1986). Baylor University possesses other books and papers relating to Cutler. R.B. Cutlter died in 2010.
[Sources: For Cutler's books: GU Library Hoya Search; For the Conspiracy Mueseum: www.roadsideamerica.com" Online].
R.B. Cutler papers GTM711229. Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Georgetown University Library, Washington, D.C. https://findingaids.library.georgetown.edu/repositories/15/resources/12279 Accessed June 18, 2021.