Sometimes, a story surfaces that is so weird – and so controversial and conspiratorial – that it’s hard to believe. But, this story has the lot. And I don’t joke. It all began on October 30, 1938. That was when all hell broke loose across the United States of America. That was the date on which a radio play, based on H.G. Wells’ classic sci-fi novel, The War of the Worlds, was broadcasted on the Mercury Theater on the Air – out of Madison Avenue, New York. The brain behind the show was none other than movie legend, Orson Welles. The reason why all hell broke loose is actually very simple: so effective and so well produced was Welles’ radio-based version of H.G. Wells’ novel, it convinced a number of listeners that hostile aliens from the planet Mars were invading our planet – and, in particular, it convinced those who missed the beginning of the show, which made it clear that the whole thing was a piece of drama and not a breaking news story. As we shall soon see very soon. There are good indications that the effect the program had on the populace had a bearing on those powerful figures in government who wish to see us all under their overwhelming control.