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 The Smearing of Ted Gunderson
Part 1

By Ken Adachi <Ken Adachi, Editor>
May 1, 2000

Note from Ken Adachi, August 1, 2011

Ted Gunderson passed away on July 31, 2011 from complications related to kidney failure. More information here:

Ted L. Gunderson, Former FBI Bureau Chief, Passed Away on Sunday, July 31, 2011 at Age 82 (Aug. 1, 2011)


If you know who late night radio talk show host Art Bell is, you probably already know that he recently retired from one of the most popular night time radio talk shows in America, Coast to Coast with Art Bell. Art lays the reason for his forced early retirement squarely on the shoulders of two individuals, Ted Gunderson and David Hinkson, because of a brief conversation between Hinkson and Gunderson about Bell on the night of December 9, 1997. Art has told his radio audience that his personal life has been devastated because of that exchange and that he felt compelled to retire from radio and vindicate his honor in a public trial. The conversation in question was carried on the Armed Forces Network (AFN), WWCR, KHNC, and other stations via short-wave radio. The entire transcript of the relavent two minute Gunderson/Hinkson conversation is attached to this article. It is a verbatim copy of the transcript submitted to the court in Nashville and titled by Gunderson's attorney as "Exhibit A".

A press release titled Art Bell Prevails in Defamation Hearing, posted April 28, 2000 by  Rowland Network Communications, said that Bell's 'two-year battle' to vindicate his name had taken a 'significant step forward' and that attempts by radio host Gunderson and radio stations WWCR and WNQM to dismiss the lawsuit were rejected by Judge Marietta Shipley after lenghty oral arguments in a Summary Judgment hearing on April 28 in Nashville, Tennessee.

The release continued:

          Art Bell filed his defamation lawsuit in the Circuit Court for Davidson County
          after Mr. Gunderson and David Hinkson accused him of molesting children on
          a program aired worldwide on WWCR, a Nashville-based short wave radio
          station. Citing the emotional harm that resulted from the false charges, Mr. Bell
          announced on March 31, 2000 his retirement from radio broadcasting.

          Art Bell's lead counsel, Gerard P. Fox of Los Angeles, added:

          "When a person has been defamed, there is no putting the genie entirely back
          in the bottle. However, the Court's ruling today that Mr. Bell has provided
          sufficient evidence to allow the case to be decided by a jury goes a long way
          toward restoring his reputation. This day in Court has reaffirmed Mr. Bell's
          confidence in our judicial system."

I believe this embroilment between Bell and Gunderson/Hinkson has been manufactured or manipulated into existence to discredit Ted Gunderson. Whether Bell is willingly participating in this smear effort or is an innocent dupe whose emotions have been manipulated to follow this course of action, I don't know, but his behavior does not fit the alleged 'crime'. Personally, I like Art Bell. I've been listening to his show on and off since 1995 and I always enjoy his interviews. It never occured to me that I would be writing an aritcle concerning Art Bell.

Let's review:

Art is a well known radio personality. During the April 28 summary court hearing in Tennessee involving Bell and Gunderson's attorneys, Gunderson's attorney stated that Bell's show was carried by more than 480 radio stations and had an estimated audience of nine million people. Regular listeners to the show have heard Art boast about the number of newly affiliated radio stations that have signed on to carry  his show and those numbers seemed to have gone up steadily with each passing year. By all accounts, Art Bell seemed to be at the zenith of his radio career.

A question now begs to be asked: Why would a man at the very top of his chosen career, enjoying more popularity and earning power than he had ever achieved in his entire life, suddenly decide to throw it all away because of a two minute exchange between two individuals spoken on an obscure short-wave radio broadcast out of Nashville, Tennessee?

Another question: Before Art decided to discuss this incident on his show, how many of those nine million listeners in his audience, do you suppose, knew anything about the two minute conversation between Gunderson and Hinkson?

Very, very few I would think.

So why draw attention to it? When you are a well known radio personality with a large following, do you assist your critics by airing their accusations to your audience? Do you give them national exposure that they could not otherwise obtain?

Even more perplexing, why quit over it? Especially when you've been telling people for years how much you love the job. Yes, I've heard Art's on-air explanation of his son's apparent abduction and sexual abuse. Art said that stress over his son's situation is what caused him to suddenly quit his show last year. But the accused man in that case was convicted and imprisoned for life. Art came back to host his show and everything seemed to be hunky dorey until this: a two minute short-wave broadcast exchange that occurred more than 2 years ago, that now drives Art into early retirement and is accompanied by a three month long railing against Gunderson & Co.? This stream of events and Bell's strange conduct just don't add up. Is there more going on behind the scenes that we are not privy to?

What I'm observing is unreasonable and illogical conduct on the part of Art Bell coupled with a national chorus of booing from Bell fans aimed at Gunderson and Hinkson before the facts are even known.

For example, we have a press release from Rowland Network Communications,  which is owned by Keith Rowland, Art Bell's web master, that states that  "Mr. Gunderson and David Hinkson accused him [Bell] of molesting children on  a program aired worldwide... ".

Is that what happened?

Let's examine the transcript from that 'notorious' broadcast:

Transcript of December 9, 1997 broadcast of Ted Gunderson radio program with guest David Hinkson on AFN, WWCR, KHNC and other stations and via short-wave radio

[After a discussion between Ted Gunderson ("TG") and David Hinkson ("DH") regarding the case of Ms. Linda Wiegand, who has accused her ex-husband in a custody fight of molesting and raping her two young boys, the program went to a station break. The following is a transcription of the broadcast after the break. ]

TG     We're back and my guest today is David Hinkson. I was telling you about the Wiegand case, Dave.

DH    I'm going to tell you something, Ted, I thought was interesting. You do a lot of research. You're an investigator, right?

TG    Right.

DH    Okay, if I saw some paperwork, or somebody credible said they saw some paperwork, but we didn't have copies of it in our hands, pertaining to an indictment that had been squashed pursuant to a payola, how would you verify that?

TG    Well, I'd go to the courts.

DH    Okay. Art's my understanding he recently paid to cover up his indictment. Now I can't prove it, but it was a credible source. Can you do a little research on that for me?

TG    yeah, let's talk to, we'll.., we can talk. What court district is it in?

DN    Pahrump.

TG    Well, the record should be right there in Pahrump.

DH    I was told, okay, that he bought his way out of it.

TG    Well, then, if he bought his way out of it, there's a good possibility that the right person was paid off and the records have disappeared.

DH    I won't say anymore than it has to do with the subject you're talking about with Wiegand.

TG    Oh, that's interesting. Now, I'll tell you about Art Bell.

DH    He's not friendly towards me. I'm not saying too much here am I?

TG    Let me just tell you about...We tried to get him to take Linda Wiegand and put her on his show.

DH    That's why he won't.

TG    What happened was, I had his home phone number, and I called, and his wife said: "Well, he's asleep, he'll be up in an hour" and I said, "Have him call me." That was about ten days ago. I haven't heard from him yet. So, I gave the number to Linda. Linda called. And said, you  know, "I'd appreciate it if you put me on your show. We got to protect our children. I need to get my children out from behind that situation." And he got mad and hung up on her.

DH    Ah, ha!

TG    She called him back and said: "People don't hang up on me." And he said, " I will not put you on my show until you tell me who gave you my home phone number." And so she called me and I said, "Tell Art Bell that I gave the home phone number to you." She said you [sic] told him, and she hasn't heard from him since.

DH    Well, the only thing I'll say about this so-called indictment. And I'm not accusing. I want listeners to call Art Bell and ask him to his face "Were you indicted? Did you cover it up, Art?" I'm not accusing him. I'm just telling you a credible source showed me the stuff.   ..[unintelligible]...hearsay..

TG    [Unintelligible].. You need to get all that, you need...

DH    I'm asking you to prove my hearsay. That what I'm telling you is correct.

TG    OK, listen, we have a caller. Ruth from West Virginia.

[End of transcript]

I don't read any accusations of child molestation here. What I read is guest Hinkson bringing up the topic of Art Bell. I read Hinkson hinting at the idea that Bell has squashed some sort of indictment and I read host Gunderson RESPONDING to Hinkson's statements and questions. Drawn into the conversation about Bell, host Gunderson then relays a couple of anecdotes about Bell not returning his phone call and giving Art's home phone number to Linda Weigand. But that's ALL I read. Gunderson, especially, is saying NOTHING that's out of line here. Hinkson has brought up the topic of Art Bell and Hinkson is proffering allegations about Bell, not Gunderson.

Based on this brief exchange, however, Art Bell now paints Gunderson & Hinkson-from Coast to Coast-as the Bad Guys Who've Ruined My Life and walks away from a job he absolutely loves.

Is it just me, or is there something wrong with this picture???

Of  the two villains, I  know very little about David Hinkson. I believe he has a web based business and sells a product called Water Oz. I've never met him, I've never spoken to him, and I have no idea about his ethics, morality, honesty or lack thereof.

I know much more about Gunderson.

Ted Gunderson retired from the FBI in 1979 as Senior Special Agent-in-Charge for Los Angeles after spending 29 years with the Bureau. Over the years, he had risen in the ranks from Special Agent to Special Agent Supervisor, to Assistant Special Agent -in-Charge for New Haven and Philadelphia, to Chief Inspector, to Special Agent-in-Charge for Memphis and Dallas, and finally to Senior Special Agent-in-Charge for LA.  Following retirement from the FBI, Gunderson founded an international security consulting and investigation firm called Ted L. Gunderson & Associates out of Santa Monica, California. Gunderson was hired as a Security and Anti-Terrorism Coordinator for the 1979 Pan American Games held in San Juan, Puerto Rico by Attorney General Griffin Bell, and again in 1984 for the Los Angeles Olympic Games. Gunderson has received a variety of awards like "Law Enforcement Officer of the Year" and has appeared on a number of  TV shows including "48 Hours", "Hard Copy",  "Geraldo", "Inside Edition", and "Larry King Live". He also has a weekly short-wave radio show carried by WWCR (World Wide Christian Radio) called The Ted Gunderson Intelligence Report.

I first saw Ted Gunderson at a talk he gave a couple of years ago in Orange County, California on  satanic ritual abuse involving children. At that talk, he mentioned the case of Army physician, Dr Jeffrey McDonald, who had received three consecutive life sentences for the murder of his wife and children. McDonald had insisted that his family had been killed by a  group of people who entered his home and murdered his family in satanic rituals at Ft. Bragg, NC on February 17, 1970. Gunderson believed in McDonald's innocence and eventually found the "mysterious woman with the floppy  hat" who had essentially corroborated McDonald's story and said that she was among the group who entered McDonald's home and committed the murders. The court discounted her confession and the woman soon wound up dead.

"Irregularities" committed by the government in the McDonald case are simply staggering. While under government control, evidence had been altered, destroyed, disappeared, and hidden from the defense. Recently, the Judge ruled that DNA testing could  be done on the remaining artifacts, but did not allow the defense to be present when the court opened the envelopes which were supposed to contain 15 items of evidence. Only U.S. Department of Justice and FBI  representatives were allowed to be present during the court proceedings. Five of the 15 items scheduled for examination of  DNA were missing from those envelopes. That's barely the tip of the iceberg in the McDonald case. Anyone who carefully examines the voluminous evidence gathered by Gunderson and others, can clearly see that Dr. Jeffrey McDonald was framed. The evidence fairly shouts at you.

Gunderson has vowed to never give up on McDonald, convinced that McDonald is an innocent patsy taking the fall for satanic ritual participants whose capture could lead to the exposure of highly placed government and civilian individuals that are involved in these abhorrent activities, as has been recently alleged in the JonBenet Ramsey case.

At the Orange County presentation, Gunderson also talked about the New World Order and said that he saw too many things in the field that substantiated the information he had read in books about the NWO such as that explained in Pawns in the Game by William G. Carr. The kidnapping and use of young children by the elites of the NWO as sacrificial ritual victims and sex slaves particularly bothered him.

Gunderson's interest in the ritual abuse of children entered a new phase after he was asked by a group of parents in 1991 from the McMartin Preschool in the city of Manhattan Beach, California to oversee the investigation and excavation of the areas beneath the classrooms of the school where the abused 2-4 year old children insisted they were taken through trap doors and tunnels leading into an underground room used for satanic rituals. Despite two trials and an investigation that lasted over 7 years (1983-1990), prosecutors claimed that they could not find evidence of  tunnels. During the first trial, the parents of the involved children were not allowed access to the school site. They were only permitted to probe for tunnels in a lot adjacent to the school. The kids always said that the tunnels were under the school.The first trial ended with Mrs McMartin being acquitted while her grandson, Ray Buckey, was deadlocked in a hung jury. During the second trial of Buckey, ownership of the McMartin school had changed hands and the parents now had an opportunity to access the the site.

Gunderson obtained permission from the new owner of the school to dig and assembled a team of professional archaeologists to excavate the areas under the school. As expected, they discovered the tunnels exactly were the kids had said they were located. All of the underground locations had been carefully back filled, but to the seasoned eye of the archaeologists, the evidence was ample and glaring. After uncovering the tunnels, Gunderson called the District Attorney's Office of Los Angeles County and they sent an investigator named Perez to inspect the site.

Investigator Perez would not accept the opinion of the team's leader, Dr. E. Gary Stickel (of UCLA) that the team had found tunnels. Among a host of  telling signs, Stickel pointed out to Perez that the soil used to back fill the tunnels was FOREIGN to the local area. The grade, composition, and mineral makeup of the soil was geologically DIFFERENT from the adjacent, undisturbed soil, but Perez remained unimpressed. Apparently, it didn't matter. The Los Angeles County's DA's Office had already declared there were no tunnels and they weren't about to be embarrassed by any findings to the contrary, even from professional archaeologists.

Since Perez refused to acknowlege the overwhelming evidence supporting the existence of the tunnels unearthed by Dr. Stickel's team, the DA did not bring up the tunnels in Ray Buckey's second trial which probably would have helped to convict him. The jury was lead to believe that since the young children were planted with "false memories" about the tunnels, their recollections of satanic and sexual abuse by Buckey and others must also be 'fabricated'. Buckey, like his grandmother, was acquitted and set free.

A one inch thick report titled "Archaeological Investigations of the McMartin Preschool Site, Manhattan Beach, California", authored by Dr. Stickel documented the team's conclusive findings that the tunnels did indeed exist. Gunderson was never paid for his participation in the McMartin investigation and had spent $17,000. of his own money to help underwrite the cost of the subterranean excavation. During the course of the McMartin excavation, Gunderson spent numerous nights sleeping on the floor of the McMartin school in order to prevent any possible interference or tampering with the archaeological team's findings.

Gunderson's slides of the McMartin excavation were eye opening. One slide particularly, clearly revealed the evidence of a back filled tunnel. When the tunnel was originally dug, a long and thick tree root of approximately 6 inch diameter had traversed from one side of the tunnel to the other at mid height level. The original tunnel excavators had cut the root which traversed the tunnel, but left the ends of the root (imbedded in either side of the tunnel walls) intact. After Gunderson's team re-excavated the tunnel, the ends of the tree roots-protruding from each side of the tunnel-were plainly visible. One end, still attached to the tree, was alive, while the other end was dead and somewhat dried. At the time the case was in the news, I too, believed the media promoted story that  McMartin and her son were long suffering innocent victims of over zealous parents and therapists who were planting "false memories" into the children in order to rake in therapy fees and win out-of-court settlements with insurance carriers.( How bitter must be the legacy of this injustice for those former children and their families.)

Gunderson also talked about The Franklin Cover-Up in Nebraska. Attorney John DeCamp had authored a book of the same title in 1992. What began in November of 1988 as an investigation by the FBI and IRS of a black man named Larry King, who was the president of the Franklin Credit Union in Omaha, Nebraska  for millions in  missing funds, soon led to the exposure of a satanic child abuse/sex slave ring that involved some of the most prominent community leaders in Omaha including: the former publisher of the Omaha World Herald, the then Chief of Police, the society editor of the Omaha World Herald, a former state senator, the head of the Nebraska Forestry Service, and the multi-millionaire heir to the Brandeis Department fortune. Approximately 80 youngsters came forward and made allegations concerning sexual abuse, forced prostitution, and cult activities including the human sacrifice of small children and babies at satanic rituals.

Many of the children stated that they were placed on private jets and flown to Washington DC and other cities for sex orgies with U.S. Congressmen, U.S. Senators, at least one top official in the White House, and other public officials. These same children were also used in an organized child kidnapping/sex slave operation that facilitated the abduction of yet other children from playgrounds and off the street,  who were then used in child porn and snuff films or sold into slavery. "Sales" of abducted young American children to foreigners was common. A 10-13 year old blue eyed blonde could be auctioned off for more than $50,000 near an air strip close to Las Vegas or Toronto and then placed on an unmarked plane, never be seen or heard from again. One of those planes was positively identified as a DEA (U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration) plane.

Of the 80 children who originally came forward, only four were willing to sign statements. Two of the four later recanted, but the remaining two, Alisha Owen and Paul Bonacci, refused to recant and held fast to their allegations. Criminal charges were filed against both of them. Owen was convicted of perjury before a grand jury by a  prosecutor suspected to be 'dirty' and spent two years in solitary confinement. Six months after refusing to recant and prior to her perjury trial, Alisha's brother, Aaron Owens, committed 'suicide'  in a correction center cell. The charges against Paul Bonacci were later dropped since he had, by now, been convicted of child molestation and it was felt that his testimony had been sufficiently discredited (Bonacci, with John DeCamp as his attorney, however, was later to obtain a judgement of one million dollars in damages against the former Franklin Credit Union president, Larry King ).

Fifteen people connected to the Franklin Cover-Up have died mysteriously, including the senate committee appointed investigator,Gary Caradori and his young son, Andrew. Caradori's plane exploded in mid-air shortly after leaving Chicago for Lincoln, Nebraska on July 11, 1990. The day before, he had called the chairman of the senate investigating committee, Lauren Schmit, and told him that he had irrefutable evidence that the children involved in the Franklin Cover-Up were telling the truth.

Overlaying the Franklin Cover-Up case is a CIA front operation, called The Finders. Gunderson outlined the mission of  The Finders in a description included in his 1993 report, titled "Child Kidnapping in America; The CIA Connection",  as a:

"CIA Front established in the 1960's. It has TOP CLEARANCE and PROTECTION in its ASSIGNED task of kidnapping and torture-programming of young children throughout the U.S. Members are specially trained GOVERNMENT KIDNAPPERS known to be sexual degenerates who involve the kidnapped children in satanic sex orgies and bloody rituals as well as murders of other children and the slaughter of animals. They use a fleet of unmarked vans to grab TARGETED children from parks and school yards. In doing so, they use children within their organization as decoys to attract the victims close to the vans where they are grabbed by the adults. They then drug the children and transport them to a series of safe houses for safe keeping. They are then used in their ceremonies, for body parts, sex slaves, and some are auctioned off at various locations in the northern hemisphere. In the past, they have been auctioned off near a location to Las Vegas, Nevada and Toronto, Canada. Marion David Pettie, a leader of the cult, is an identified homosexual, pedophile, and CIA officer. His son was an employee of a CIA proprietary firm, Air America, which was notorious for smuggling drugs, destined for the U.S. , out of the Golden Triangle into Saigon during the Viet Nam War."

This CIA operation has involved the kidnapping, abduction, enslavement, and murder of literally THOUSANDS of American children snatched from the streets of America by CIA operatives. In Gunderson's report on The Finders, he included copies of letters containing page after page of specific allegations and supporting documentation sent in 1992 to the Nebraska Attorney General, Dan Stenberg, the Nebraska FBI, the Director of the FBI, William Sessions,  the Governor of Nebraska, and the Attorney General of the United States, William Barr, among others. The sort of replies he received back could be used for a graduate level course in Official Stonewalling.

If you've been paying attention to the news lately, you know that people who attempt to reveal illegal and criminal behavior in high places usually wind up dead, as witnessed lately by Waco analysis experts and witnesses who seem to be dying off in quick step fashion.

In the case of Gunderson, exposing the widespread satanic ritual murder, abuse, and kidnapping of young children for the degenerate pleasures of high level satanists in this country is Risky Business. If there's one thing that the NWO elite DOESN'T want the public to know about, it's the depth of their involvement in satanic depravities.

Satanists are convinced that if you murder a young child in an environment of absolute terror, that at the moment of death, the ritual participants can 'capture' the "life force" or life essence of their young victims. The younger the victim, the more powerful, they believe, the "life essence" captured. Satanic ritual guru, Aleister Crowley, spoke of this belief ad nauseum in his books.

Many victims of satanic ritual abuse and government sponsored mind control technologies have come forward in recent years with books describing their experiences. Their revelations are nothing short of mind numbing. Fritz Springmeier and high level mind-controlled survivor, Cisco Wheeler, have co-authored three books together detailing the use of satanic murder rituals (E.g. The Illuminati Formula to Create An Undetectable Total Mind Controlled Slave [1996]) to create - through terror - multible personalities, or alters, which are then individually progammed to perform tasks ranging from prostitution to assassinations while under mind control. Cathy O'Brien, another 'presidential model' mind control victim reveals in Trance Formation in America (1994) similar conditioning using satanic ritual terrorization of her and her daughter, Kelly.

British author David Icke has delved deeply into the satanic abuse of children in his book The Biggest Secret (1999) and his 3 hour video taped interview with mind control survivor and high satanic 'Mother Goddess' Arizona Wilder leaves no doubt that the use of children in satanic rituals for sex, terrorization, and human sacrifice is wide spread in this country and abroad and reaches into the very highest level of governments, royalty, clergy, military/intelligence organizations, and the upper corporate world.

I had a chance to speak briefly with Ted after his Orange County talk two years ago, but I got to know him a lot better this past Fall and early Winter. We met and spent time together in Nevada where he had been helping another high level  'presidential model' mind control survivor named Brice Taylor and her daughter, who is also named Kelly. Taylor's1999 book, Thanks for the Memoriesgoes even farther than Cathy O'Brien's book in its shocking revelations of the vicious and abominable conduct of well known celebrities and friends of NWO insiders such as Bob Hope

I spent last Thanksgiving with Ted, Brice, Kelly, and some other friends who were there to help. I was Ted's kitchen assistant, since he had insisted on buying and cooking the Thanksgiving meal for everyone (yes, he's a good cook). After we finished eating, I casually asked him if I could copy a few of his documents and he offered to let me copy everything he has: files, slides, photos, reports, investigative journals, notes, ...anything I wanted. Before I left Nevada, I took advantage of that offer and came home with a couple of heavy boxes full of Gunderson's files.

Ted Gunderson did not ask me to write this article, nor has he ever spoken to me about the Art Bell affair at any time. I obtained the radio broadcast transcript from a mutual friend who had gotten it from Gunderson's attorney. The information mentioned here concerning Gunderson's investigations was taken from the files he had allowed me to copy in Nevada. I had to write this story because Ted's reputation deserves to be defended. The impression that one is left with based on Art Bell's assumptions and on-air characterization of Gunderson is that he's a reckless rumor monger who is so lacking in integrity and concern for his fellow man that he would falsely accuse Art Bell of child molestation when Bell's own son apparently had been victimized by it. That impression is about as far from reality as it can possibly get.. It is a lie, an utter fabrication on the part of Art Bell to smear Ted Gunderson's name and reputation.

Gunderson is a Giver and cares about the safety and welfare of America's children more than any person I know. Over the past two decades he's contributed a great deal of his time and money to help people who were otherwise powerless and defenseless to rescue themselves. Based on his files, his work and investigational habits appear to be first rate and very professional. I've never heard him  level accusations about anybody without evidence to support his suppositions. Never.

In the case of Art Bell, as the transcript of Hinkson and Gunderson clearly reveals, Ted didn't accuse Art Bell of ANYTHING... But how many of Bell's nine million listeners are ever going to know that? As Bell's lawyer Fox aptly remarked "there is no putting the genie entirely back  in the bottle".

Gunderson's former comrades in the FBI have long ago turned their back and shunned him because he's been willing to tell it like it is and let the chips fall where they may. He's more interested in the truth, the welfare of the American people, and the saving of innocent lives than in being a comfortable retiree with Club Fed. His dedication to the principles of righteousness and justice has cost Gunderson dearly, more than the public will know.

It's truly ironic that Art Bell should be the vehicle to bring discredit on Ted Gunderson, when Art's son was reportedly a victim of kidnapping and sexual abuse; the very thing that Ted Gunderson has been trying to expose and put an end to in this country, all the while, working upstream against very powerful and dark forces.

The court case is due to resume on May 25.

If readers are interested in reaching Ted Gunderson, you can mail him at:

Ted Gunderson
PO Box 38
Clatonia, NE 68328
Fax 1-402-989-5595

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