William H. Kennedy

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(author, speaker, journalist)
DiedAugust 14th, 2013 (Age 49)
Interests • Malachi Martin
• Catholic Church
• Satanism
• Occultism
• Paranormal

William H. Kennedy was a writer and speaker on religious, as well as paranormal topics and an acquaintance of Malachi Martin[1][2][3] and Tracy Twyman.[4] He died at the age of 49 in 2013.[5][6][7]

From public bio

William H. Kennedy has been researching occult and satanic crime since his days as at San Francisco State University.[8] Kennedy has written articles for academic journals such as Sophia: the Journal of Traditional Studies, AQC Transactions and popular magazines like New Dawn Magazine, The Gnostic and Dagobert's Revenge. In 2005 Kennedy began hosting Sphinx Radio which focuses on paranormal topics and founded Mystic Valley Media a book publishing and multimedia service.[9] He started Cogscape Mind Enhancement Technologies in '07 which produces personal development audio and software programs. Kennedy became an associate editor and writer for Atlan Books (Founded 1968) in '08. Kennedy is a popular guest on television and radio programs in the U.S., Canada & Europe. He has appeared on The Learning Channel, Meridian News (U.K.), Karrang Radio (UK), A Closer Look, Radio Liberty, The Alex Jones Show, The Jeff Rense Program, Deadline Live as well as The ‘ X’ Zone (Canada), among many others.[10]

Johnny Gosch

Kennedy suggested on Michael Corbins radio show that Jeff Gannon is the abducted boy, Johnny Gosch, who went missing in the 1980s, by his account to see if the people in Washington are listening. This may not have been a good idea, since it created a new issue to research for those people that were looking into the abduction and the Franklin scandal, thereby diverting attention and time away from more real and pressing issues. Gannon reacted and threatened to sue.[11] Kennedy explained the circumstances and resulting communication with Gannon in his book "Satanic Crime: A Threat in the New Millennium".[12]


  • Lucifer's Lodge: Satanic Ritual Abuse in the Catholic Church (Sophia Perennis: 2004)
  • Satanic Crime: A Threat in the New Millennium (MVM: 2006)
  • Occult History: Collected Writings 1994-2008 (MVM: 2008)


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