T. Casey Brennan is most widely known for his Warren publications Creepy, Eerie, and the legendary Vampirella. He also the one who started the campaign to get cigarettes and smoking out of comic books. He is also known as the most vocal victim of MK-ULTRA, the covert CIA operation to experiment with drugs and brainwashing on innocent citizens. He says that while kidnapped and under the influence of CIA mind control, he pulled the trigger to assassinate JFK.
T. Casey Brennan got involved with the Krishnas and became a guru in the Krishna religion through a post-mortem initiation by the late former ISKCON guru, Jaya Tirtha. As Srila Kasipada, a guru, his mission is to expose the truth about the JFK assassination, as well as other CIA and government secrets.
Read T. Casey Brennan's stories: tcasey.inri.net - click here. The story called Conjurella tells the story of the JFK assassination. The story called Conjurella Krishna tells the details of Jaya Tirtha's little-known drug bust in Marin County in the mid-1980s and how he because a guru after Jaya Tirtha's murder. Jaya Tirtha was sabbed and decapitated in England in 1987.
New: Poster for T. Casey's band. They will play a show in Detroit 01 April 2005.
On Feb 9, 2008, at 2:43 PM, T Brennan wrote: There's an article on me on page 14 of REAL DETROIT WEEKLY; Feb. 6-12 issue, says "Don't Sleep on VAMPIRE WEEKEND!!!" on the cover. It's a free weekly newspaper; there's a free box of them in front of the Ann Arbor post office & elsewhere. -- T. Casey Brennan
Remember! T. Casey Brennan's birthday is Aug. 11!
On Feb 9, 2008, at 2:43 PM, T Brennan wrote:
There's an article on me on page 14 of REAL DETROIT WEEKLY; Feb. 6-12, 2008 issue, says "Don't Sleep on VAMPIRE WEEKEND!!!" on the cover. It's a free weekly newspaper; there's a free box of them in front of the Ann Arbor post office & elsewhere. -- T. Casey Brennan
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T. Casey Brennan writes:
I was on the internationally syndicated radio show X-Zone on Jan. 3...if you missed it, you can get in the archives for January 3rd, 2006 at xzonearchives.com.
Here is an interview that includes a recent photo of T. Casey Brennan: click here.