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 Sources for Dollop #1 - Cliven Bundy

·   Ragan, Tom and Annalise Porter. “BLM releases Bundy cattle after protesters block southbound I-15” Las Vegas Review-Journal. (April 21, 2014.)

·   Glionna, John M. “Cliven Bundy’s ‘better off as slaves’ remark about blacks draws fire.” Los Angeles Times. (April 24, 2014)

·   Ford, Matt. “The Irony of Cliven Bundy’s Unconstitutional Stand.” The Atlantic. (April 14, 2014.)

·   Thompson, Catherine. “Cliven Bundy Wonders If Blacks Are ‘Better Off As Slaves’ Than On Gov’t Assistance” Talking Points Memo. (April 24, 2014)

·   Snyder, Riley. “Cliven Bundy, Allies Rally Behind Bill To Reclaim Land From Federal Gov’t” Talking Points Memo. (April 2, 2015)

·   Kludt, Tom.  “Local TV Station Sheds Doubt On Bundy’s Claims About His Family Ranch” Talking Points Memo. (April 22, 2014.)

·   Kludt, Tom. “Bundy Supporter To Hayes: Feds Should Expect Americans To ‘Fire Back’ (VIDEO)” Talking Points Memo. (April 19, 2014.)

·   Scott, Dylan. “Bundy Tries To Clarify His Slavery Remarks: ‘I’m Not Racist’” Talking Points Memo. (April 24, 2014)

·   Thompson, Catherine. “The Definitive Guide to What Bundy’s Biggest Supporters Are Saying Now.” Talking Points Memo. (April 24, 2014.)


Sources for Dollop #2 - Purity Balls

·   Wikipedia contributors, "Purity ball," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia,

·   Frank, Priscilla. “Welcome To The Bizarre And Beautiful World of Purity Balls.” Huffpost. (May 5, 2014)

·   Generations of Light. “What is a Purity Ball?” (2007). Originally accessed at: accessed on 9/2/19 at:

·   Winter, Katy. “'You are married to the Lord and your daddy is your boyfriend':  Purity balls, in which girls 'gift their virginity' to their fathers until marriage, sweeping America” Daily Mail. (March 21, 2014)

·   Ross, Julianne. “The Creepy Way Fathers Across the Country Are Controlling Their Daughters' Virginity.” Mic. (March 26, 2014)

·   Thompson, Victoria. “Daughters Commit to Live Pure Lives at 'Purity Balls'” ABC News (March 25, 2014)

·   Banerjee, Neela. “Dancing the Night Away, With a Higher Purpose.” The New York Times. (May 19, 2008)


Sources for Dollop #3 - Competitive Endurance Tickling

·   Farrier, David. “Homophobia and competitive tickling” 3 News (New Zealand). (May 7, 2014). Originally accessed at: accessed on 9/2/2019 at:

·   (Parts two and three of the series, also by David Farrier for 3 News, sites could not be reached on 9/2/2019)


Sources for Dollop #4 - Ghosts

·   Langmuir, Molly. “Bones, Ghosts, and Paul Koudounaris: A Q&A with author, photographer, and ossuary expert Paul Koudounaris.” The Hairpin. (December 12, 2012.)

·   Daily Mail Reporter. “ America’s most haunted: A fifth of Americans claim to have seen a ghost while 29% ‘have made contact with the dead.’” Daily Mail. (October 31, 2013)

·   Makin, Bob. “Hotel calls 'ghostbusters' to evict paranormal guest.” USA Today. (April 9, 2014).

·   Moye, David. “Natasha Blasick, Actress, Claims 'Ghost Sex' Is 'Really Pleasurable’” Huffpost. April 30, 2014.

·   Sacks, Ethan. “Ke$ha reveals she went to ‘the bone zone’ with ghost and it was ‘a sexy time’” New York Daily News. (December 6, 2012).

·   Moye, David. “Ke$ha's Ghost Sex Claim Arouses Skepticism From Paranormal Experts.” Huffpost. (September 29, 2012.)

·   Moss, Gabrielle. “7 Celebrities Who've Had Sex With A Ghost (Or At Least Cuddled with One), In Honor of Halloween.” Bustle. (October 29, 2014).

·   Michael K. “The Time The Ghost Of Elvis Gave Spaz de la Huerta An Orgasm.” Dlisted (July 15, 2011).

·   “Man haunted by sex-hungry ghost seeks medium's help.” (November 20, 2005). Originally published at: reposted on North TX Skeptics:

·   Saleh, Ally. “Sex-mad 'ghost' scares Zanzibaris.” BBC News. (July 19, 2001.)


Sources for Dollop # 5 - Hugh Glass

·   Bradley, Bruce. Hugh Glass. Monarch Press. (1999.)

·   Wikipedia contributors, "Hugh Glass," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia,

·   Peterson, Nancy M. “Hugh Glass: The Truth Behind the Revenant Legend.” Wild West Magazine. (June 2000.) Reposted on

·   Keys, Jim. “Hugh Glass: Mountain Man.” The History Herald. (April 7, 2013)

·   Thompson, Ben. “Hugh Glass” The Badass of the Week. (Updated June 16, 2006.)


Sources for Dollop # 6 - The Tank Chase


·   Cul De Sac: A Suburban War Story [Documentary] Garrett Scott, Director. Subdivision Productions. (2002)


·   Wikipedia contributors, "Shawn Nelson (American rampager)," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia,

·   Rotella, Sebastian and Chris Kraul. “Tank’s Driver Beset by Drug, Money Problems.” Los Angeles Times. (May 19, 1995). pages 1,6

·   Rowe, Peter. “Tank rampage: A symbolic story turns 20.” The San Diego Union-Tribune. (May 16, 2015.)

·   Gray, Kevin. “The Road to Ruin.” People Magazine. (June 5, 1995).,,20100789,00.html


Sources for Dollop #7 - American Vampire Panic


·   Tucker, Abigail. “The Great New England Vampire Panic” Smithsonian Magazine. (October 2012)


·   D’Agostino, Thomas. A History of Vampires in New England. The History Press. (September 24, 2010)

·   Posted by JB Page. “Story of the Day-Vampire Folklore.” Daily Blog of Nonsense. (October 19, 2007)

·   Grace, Frank. “The Legend of Mercy L. Brown...vampire?” [photo] (November 24, 2013.)

·   Belanger, Jeff. “Mercy Brown, the Rhode Island Vampire.” (June 14, 2003.)

·   Chronos. “New England vampire panic” (Updated May 30, 2019)

·   Wikipedia contributors, "New England vampire panic," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia,

·   Wikipedia contributors, "Mercy Brown vampire incident," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia,

·   Guiley, Rosemary. The Encyclopedia of Vampires, Werewolves, and Other Monsters. Infobase Publishing, (2004.)

·   Nightwind. “The Legend of Mercy Brown: A Vampire Story” Blogger. (May 14, 2012)

·   Yoyok. “The Rhode Island Vampire. Haunted Places In the World. (April 2010.)

·   Stephens, Rockwell. “…They Burned the Vampire’s Heart to Ashes.” Vermont Life. (Fall, 1966.) pp. 47-49. Originally accessed at: Accessed on 9/4/19 at:

·   Tucker, Abigail. “Meet the Real-Life Vampires of New England and Abroad” Smithsonian Magazine. (October 2012.)


Sources for Dollop #8 - The Dolphin


·   Gorightly, Adam. “John Lilly, Ketamine and the Entities from ECCO.” Illuminati Conspiracy Archive

·   The Sunday Telegraph. “In 1965, a young woman lived in isolation with a male dolphin in the name of science. It got weird” National Post. (June 6, 2014.)

·   Lilly, John C. M.D. “Dolphin-Human Relation and LSD 25” from The Use of LSD in Psychotherapy and Alcoholism, edited by Harold A. Abramson, M.D. Bobbs-Merrill (1967) pp.47-52. accessed at:


·   Waters, Florence. “The woman who lived in sin with a dolphin” The Telegraph. (May 30, 2014) Posted on Suzanne's Blog

·   Hooper, Judith. “Interview with John Lilly” Omni magazine. January (1983).

·   Wikipedia contributors, "John C. Lilly," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia,

·   Steinfeld, Alan. “Sex and Drugs with Whales and Dolphins: interview with Dr. John Lilly and Kutera Decosta.” New Realities. (March 19, 1997). Originally accessed at: Accessed on 9/4/19 at:

·   Riley, Christopher. “The dolphin who loved me: the NASA-funded project that went wrong.” The Guardian. (June 2014.)

·   The Girl Who Talked to Dolphins. Christopher Riley, Director. BBC Four [documentary] Shadow Industries. 2014.


Sources for Dollop # 9 - The Pendragon

·   Geofffxdwg. “Problems with Mark Richards' SSP testimony to Kerry Cassidy.” The Project Avalon Forum. (March 8, 2012)

·   RationalWiki contributors. “Mark Richards”

·   Richard Baldwin: A Murder in Camelot. Director Kevin Moore. [Documentary]

·   Wikipedia contributors, "King Arthur," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia,

·   Skymatters. “The Story of "Captain" Mark Richards: From Pendragon to a Secret Space Program.” Google Sites. (2012).

·   Court of Appeal, First District, Division 5, California. The PEOPLE of the State of California, Plaintiff and Respondent, v. Crossan David HOOVER, Defendant and Appellant. A030282. Decided: (October 29, 1986)

·   Religion News Blog. “Court Restores Murder Conviction Of Man In Marin Pendragon Cult.” (January 7, 2009)

·   “Joanne Richards” Inside the Eye Live! Revolution Radio. (February 22, 2015.)

·   Murderpedia. “Crossan David Hoover Jr.” The Collected Essays of Albert Borowitz, 1966-2005. This article was previously published in Jonathan Goodman (ed.), The Vintage Car Murders 196-210 (London, Allison & Busby, 1988).

·   Egelko, Bob. “Murder verdict in 1982 King Arthur plot upheld.” SFGate. (January 7, 2009).

·   The Associated Press. “Murder conviction tossed in bizarre plot.” USA Today. (September 14, 2007)

·   “A Murder In Camelot” Legal Studies Forum; (2005) Vol. 29 Issue 2, p679

·   UPI “Marin takeover planned?” The Bulletin. (July 22, 1982.),2925300&hl=en

·   Associated Press. Contractor convicted in slaying” Gadsden Times. (April 10, 1984).,2461904&hl=en

·   HOOVER v. CAREY. No. C 99-4568 JL. 508 F.Supp.2d 775 (2007) Crossan D. HOOVER, Jr., Plaintiff, v. Thomas L. CAREY, Warden., Defendants. United States District Court, N.D. California. (September 7, 2007)


Sources for Dollop # 10 - The Jackson Cheese

·   Trex, Ethan. “Andrew Jackson's Big Block of Cheese.” Mental Floss. (January 26, 2014.)

·   McNamara, Robert. “Andrew Jackson’s Big Block of Cheese.” ThoughtCo. (Updated July 9, 2019.) Originally accessed at: Accessed on 9/1/2019 at:

·   “President Andrew Jackson's Big Cheese Tasting.” Letter Signed by President Jackson (February 4, 1837).

·   Bomboy, Scott. “The story of the wildest party in White House history.” Constitution Daily. (March 4, 2013).


Sources for Dollop #11 - Lobotomy

·   Neurophilosophy, “The rise & fall of the prefrontal lobotomy.” ScienceBlogs. July 24, (2007)

·   McManamy, John. “Father Of The Lobotomy” McMan’s Depression and Bipolar Web. (Reviewed July 15, 2016)

·   Listverse Staff. “Top 10 Fascinating And Notable Lobotomies” Listverse. (June 24, 2009.)

·   Rogers, Kara. “Walter J. Freeman II and Lobotomy: Probing for Answers.” Encyclopaedia Britannica Blog. (September 14, 2011).

·   “Do You Need a Lobotomy? Just Look at the Results From These Before and After Photo Comparisons of Lobotomy Patients” Vintage Everyday. (December 27, 2018)

·   Boeree, Dr. C. George. “A Brief History of the Lobotomy” (2001).

·   The Lobotomist. Produced and Directed by Barak Goodman and John Maggio. American Experience. [Documentary] PBS. (Aired January 21, 2008.)

·   Wikipedia contributors, "Walter Jackson Freeman II," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia,

·   NPR. “A Lobotomy Timeline.” (November 16, 2005.)

·   Phillips, Michael M. “The Lobotomy files: One Doctor’s Legacy.” A WSJ Special Project. (2013)

·   El-Hai, Jack. The Lobotomist: A Maverick Medical Genius and His Tragic Quest to Rid the World of Mental Illness. Wiley. (January 17, 2005.)

·   Day, Elizabeth. “He was bad, so they put an ice pick in his brain...” The Guardian. (January 13, 2008.)

·   El-Hai, Jack. “The Lobotomist” The Washington Post. (February 4, 2001)


Sources for Dollop #12 - The Rube

·   Lalli. “An Athletic You Should Know: Eccentric Madman Rube Waddell” Philly Sports History. (July 19, 2011)

·   Braund, Will. “The Original and Flakiest Lefty.” Late Innings. (May 24, 2011.)

·   Kennedy, Matthew. “Rube Waddell aka The Rube” (March 4, 2015.) History Lesions.

·   Wikipedia contributors, "Rube Waddell," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia,

·   Wikipedia contributors, "Connie Mack," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia,

·   Brown, Garrick H.S. “Rube Waddell: Pitching Giant, Mental Midget.” ChinMusic #2. Originally accessed at: Accessed on 9/4/19 at:

·   Goodtimes, Johnny. “Phillies You Should Know: Former Philly Pitcher Phenomenal Smith” Philly Sports History. (December 12, 2014).

·   Dan O’Brien who has written a screenplay based on the life of eccentric Baseball Hall of Famer Rube Waddell. Originally accessed at: Accessed on 9/4/19 at:

·   Walter, Kaitlin. “George Edward (Rube) Waddell” Penn State University. (Spring 2008). Originally accessed at: Accessed on 9/4/19 at:

·   Waldo, Ronald T. Honus Wagner and His Pittsburgh Pirates: Scenes from a Golden Era. McFarland & Company (April 7, 2015.)

·   Niese, Joe. “The Long Way to Philadelphia: The Strange Route Leading Rube Waddell To Join The Philadelphia Athletics” The National Pastime. (2013). accessed at

·   Purdy, Dennis and Tony LaRussa. The Team-By-Team Encyclopedia of Major League Baseball Workman Publishing Company. (2006).


Sources for Dollop # 13 - Colonial Teeth


·   Glover, Barbara. “George Washington – A Dental Victim” (July 13, 1999). Town of Riverdale Park, Maryland.


·   “Toothache—A History of Agony” Watchtower Online Library. (September 2007.)

·   Schenawolf, Harry. “History of Dentistry in the 18th Century” Revolutionary War Journal (May 25, 2013.)

·   bonnie5miranda09. “A Short Painful History of Dentistry” The Blog Post Library. (October 25, 2016)

·   Hiskey, Daven. “Did People In Medieval Times Really Not Bathe?” Today I Found Out. (August 26, 2019),

·   Davis, Shoshana. “The History of Dentistry” Today I Found Out.  (December 7, 2012).

·   DiGiallorenzo, David. “Colonial Dentistry.” Lanap & Implant Center of Pennsylvania. Originally accessed at: Accessed on 9/2/19 at:

·   American Dental Association. “History of Dentistry Timeline.”

·   Hiskey, Daven. “George Washington Did Not Have Wooden Teeth. Today I Found Out. (September 6, 2010).

·   Ring, Malvin E., Ralph A. Connor, Saul Kamen, and Jeffrey Dorfman “Dentistry” Encyclopaedia Britannica. (July 26, 1999.)

·   “The Trouble with Teeth.” George Washington’s Mount Vernon.

·   Glenner, Richard A. DDS & P. Willey, PhD “Dental Filling Materials in the Confederacy.” Journal of the History of Dentistry Vol. 46, No. 2 (July 1998) pp 71-75 accessed at:

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·   Schenawolf, Harry. “History of Dentistry in the 18th Century.” Harry (December 12, 2013). Originally accessed at: Accessed on 9/4/19 at:

·   DiGiallorenzo, David “Colonial Dentistry and George Washington’s Teeth. Pax on both houses. (December 29, 2012.)

·   Kerley, Paul. “The dentures made from the teeth of dead soldiers at Waterloo. BBC News Magazine. (June 16. 2015)


Sources for Dollop # 14 - Carry A Nation


·   “Carry A. Nation.” United States History.

·   Teske, Anastasia. “Carrie Amelia Moore Nation (1846–1911)” Encyclopedia of Arkansas.

·   English, Richard. For Jesus’ Sake, Smash! The Days and Nights of Carrie Nation.” Modern Drunkard Magazine.


·   Kansas Historical Society. “Carry Nation's Hammer” Kansaspedia. (March 2001.)

·   The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica. “Carry Nation: American Temperance Leader.”

·   Heit, Judi. “Temperance: Carrie Nation.” Women Who Roared [blog] (March 31, 2014).

·   “General paresis” Cleveland Clinic: Indian River Hospital.

·   World Heritage Encyclopedia. “General paresis” accessed at:

·   Lancaster, Guy. Arkansas in Ink: Gunslingers, Ghosts, and Other Graphic Tales. Butler Center for Arkansas Studies. (September 1, 2014.)

·   Wikipedia contributors, "Carrie Nation," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia,

·   Bovsun. Mara. “Carry A. Nation had an ax to grind versus booze during Prohibition days.” New York Daily News. (March 9, 2013).

·   Nation, Carrie A. The Use and Need of the Life of Carrie A. Nation. F.M. Steves & Sons. (1908.)

·   Gopi, Victor, Kyle, and Keyosha Warrensburg Students. “Carrie Nation, Warrensburg Residen, 123 West North Street.” Show-Me" Warrensburg, Johnson County Missouri News-History-Pictures - class of 73. (October 8, 2010). Accessed on 9/2/19 at:  Originally accessed at:


Sources for Dollop # 15 - 10 Cent Beer Night


·   Jackson, Paul. “The night beer and violence bubbled over in Cleveland.” ESPN Page 2. (June 4, 2008)


·   Wikipedia contributors, "Ten Cent Beer Night," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia,

·   Heaton, Michael. “Dan Coughlin recalls the Indians' famous Ten-Cent Beer Night.” (June 4, 2014.)

·   Box Score for Game Played on Tuesday, June 4, 1974 (N) at Cleveland Stadium. Retrosheet.

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·   Netzel, Andy. “The Experience: Swiping Jeff Borroughs' cap on 10-cent Beer Night” Cleveland Magazine. (May 24, 2007.)

·   10 Cent Beer Night. Hosted by Bob Golic. [video] MLB HD. (June 1, 2014.)


Sources for Dollop # 16 - The Two Daredevils

·   Edwards, Owen. “Daredevil: Evel Knievel took risky behavior (and showboating) to new heights.” Smithsonian Magazine. (March 2008.) Read more:

·   Bryant, Charles W. “How Daredevils Work” (February 13, 2008).

·   Montville, Leigh. Evel, The High-Flying Life of Evel Knievel: American Showman, Daredevil and Legend. Doubleday. (April 2011).

·   Wikipedia contributors, "Evel Knievel," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia,

·   Wikipedia contributors, "Joie Chitwood," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia,

·   Wikipedia contributors, "Ken Carter (stuntman)," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia,

·   Wikipedia contributors, "Kenny Powers (stuntman)," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia,

·   Taylor, Michael. “The Man called ‘Evel’” Blood, Sweat, and Tedium: Confessions of a Hollywood Juicer. [blog] (December 30, 2007)

·   50 Years of Evel.

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·   Chang, Richard. “Kenny Powers: Wrong Man, Right Time.” 0-60. Originally accessed at: Accessed on 9/2/19 at:

·   Associated Press. “Rocket car jump ‘the wildest ride of my life’: Driver.” The Montreal Gazette. (October 13, 1979),968006

·   “Carter to sue organizers for $10,000,000?” (unknown newspaper article)

·   Associated Press. “Rocket car explodes in flight over St. Lawrence River.” St. Petersburg Times. (October 6, 1979.),3593685&hl=en

·   Smothers, Jimmy. “Hollywood stuntman just another ‘regular’ guy.” Gadsden Times. (August 8, 1986),1676706&hl=en

·   Goens, Mike. “Kenny Powers isn’t crazy or nuts … he’s just Kenny Powers.” Times Daily. (April 21, 1982). p 19.,4660566&hl=en

·   Smothers, Jimmy. “Accident In The Making.” Gadsden Times, (June 8, 1972.) p 8,1051672&hl=en

·   Murphy, Chuck. “Stunt driver Kenny Powers: a man of steel and plastic. Lakeland Ledger. (October 24, 1986) p 3W,3509410&hl=en

·   “Ken Carter” a Pierre J. Lachance Production.

·   Citizen staff and news services. “Stuntman Ken Carter dies in rocket-car wreck.” Ottawa Citizen. (September 6, 1983) p 2.,1842406&hl=en

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·   The Devil at Your Heels. Directed by Robert Fortier. National Film Board of Canada. (1981.)

·   Glive, Cody “Before RedBull, Before Ken Block … There was Ken Carter.” GliveCo. (April 18, 2014.)


Sources for Dollop # 17 - Rainbow Man


·   Adams, Cecil. “The Straight Dope.” Chicago Reader. (November 6, 1997)


·   Adelson, Suzanne. “Rockin' Rollen, a Fan Only of God, Takes a Message to Every Game.” (February 1, 1988).

·   Driscoll, Ed. “The Rainbow Man” PJ Media. (July 24, 2004)

·   Russell Rich, Katherine. “End of the Rainbow” (November 30, 1992).

·   Wikipedia contributors, "Rollen Stewart," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia,

·   “Rollen Stewart” A video clip taken from ESPN

·   Crowe, Jerry. “Rainbow Man’s Dark side keeps him from getting out.” Los Angeles Times. (May 19, 2008). page D2

·   Maharaj, Davan. “‘Rainbow Man’ to Go to Trial Over Stink Bomb Charges” Los Angeles Times. (December 7, 1993)

·   The Rainbow Man/John 3:16. Directed by Sam Green. Other Cinema. (1997).

·   Ford, Andrea. “‘Rainbow Man’ Sentenced to 3 Life Terms: Crime: Rollen Stewart, known for his bizarre wig and religious placards, is convicted of taking over a hotel room at LAX and holding a maid hostage.” Los Angeles Times. (July 14, 1993)

·   Thomas, Bryan. “Remembering The 80s ‘Rainbow Man’ Before He Flipped His Freakin’ Wig.” Night Flight. (April 6, 2015).


Sources for Dollop # 18 - The Chameleon


·   Grann, David “The Chameleon: The many lives of Frédéric Bourdin.” The New Yorker. (August 11 & 18, 2008 Issue)


·   Grann, David “The great pretender” The Guardian. (September 27, 2008.)

·   Wikipedia contributors, "Frédéric Bourdin," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia,

·   Brown, Mick. “The Imposter: interview with the Chameleon.” The Telegraph. (August 11, 2012.)

·   Samuel, Henry. “'Chameleon' caught pretending to be boy.” The Telegraph. (June 13, 2005.)

·   Plitt, Laura & Natalia Pianzola, producers. “Frederic Bourdin - the man who changed his identity 500 times.” BBC Mundo. [video] (October 19, 2012)

·   “France holds 'Chameleon' impostor” BBC News. (June 13, 2005).

·   Roper, Matt. “The elaborate imposter: Conman, 30, fools family into thinking he is their missing teenage son.” Mirror. (June 30, 2012)


Sources for Dollop # 19 - Ferguson

·   Levintova, Hanna, Tasneem Raja, and A.J. Vicens. “Ferguson Is 60 Percent Black. Virtually All Its Cops Are White: And more shocking stats from a bitterly segregated city.” Mother Jones. (August 13, 2014)

·   Lurie, Julia.  “10 Hours in Ferguson: A Visual Timeline of Michael Brown’s Death and Its Aftermath: Here’s how the scene unfolded after Brown was killed.” Mother Jones. (August 27, 2014).

·   Follman, Mark “Michael Brown’s Mom Laid Flowers Where He Was Shot—and Police Crushed Them: New details emerge about callous tactics that fueled anger in Ferguson.” Mother Jones. (August 27, 2014.)

·   Lee, Jaeah. “Here’s Why the Feds Are Investigating Ferguson: What we know so far about the Justice Department’s probe into Michael Brown’s death.” Mother Jones. (August 22, 2014)

·   Lee, Jaeah and Katie Rose Quandt. Here’s What Happens to Police Officers Who Shoot Unarmed Black Men: History appears to be in Darren Wilson’s favor.” Mother Jones. (August 20, 2014).

·   Lee, Jaeah. “Exactly How Often Do Police Shoot Unarmed Black Men?: The killing in Ferguson was one of many such cases. Here’s what the data reveals.” Mother Jones. (August 15, 2014)

·   Missouri Historical Society. “The Dred Scott Case – Summary.” 150th Anniversary of the Dred Scott Decision. (2007). originally accessed: accessed 9/5/2019 at:

·   Bivens, Matthew S. “An Architectural & Historical Survey of both sides of Cora Avenue from Dr. Martin Luther King Drive to North Market Street in the City of St. Louis, Missouri.” Missouri State Historic Preservation Office, the Missouri Housing Development Commission, the City of St. Louis Community Development Administration, and the Dick Gregory Associates. (April/May 2011)

·   Covert, Bryce. “The Racist Housing Policies That Helped Fuel The Anger In Ferguson.” Think Progress. (August 14, 2014).

·   “People & Events: The East St. Louis Riot.” online companion to Marcus Garvey: Look for Me in the Whirlwind. Produced and Directed by Stanley Nelson. [Documentary] PBS: American Experience. (2001). Originally accessed at: Accessed on 9/4/19 at:

·   Gay, Malcolm. “White Flight and White Power in St. Louis.” Time. (August 13, 2014.)

·   Probst, Donnell. “Poor racial relations in St. Louis suburbs have origin in ‘white flight’.” The State Press. (August 24, 2014).

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·   Nicks, Denver. “How Ferguson Went From Middle Class to Poor in a Generation” Time. (August 18, 2014.)

·   Shapiro, Joseph. “In Ferguson, Court Fines And Fees Fuel Anger.” NPR: All Things Considered [Radio] (August 25, 2014).

·   “Ferguson cops beat innocent man, then charged him with bleeding on their uniforms” RT. (August 15, 2014).

·   Apuzzo, Matt. “War Gear Flows to Police Departments. The New York Times. (June 8, 2014.)

·   Balko, Radley. “New ACLU report takes a snapshot of police militarization in the United States” The Washington Post. (June 24, 2014)

·   National Tactical Officers Association

·   Wikipedia contributors, "Weapons effect," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia,

·   Carroll, Rory. “Ferguson: outsiders spread unrest and unease in pursuit of eclectic aims: Volatile mix of interlopers, including anarchists, religious groups and ‘insurgents’, have sometimes turned peaceful protests into violent riots.” The Guardian. (August 19, 2014.)

·   Devereaux, Ryan. “How Can You All Fix This? Painful Questions in Ferguson After Another Police Shooting” The Intercept. (August 22, 2014).

·   Lopez, German. "The shooting of Michael Brown was the final straw for people in Ferguson" Vox Media. (August 14, 2014.)

·   Bouie, Jamelle. “Why the Fires in Ferguson Won’t End Soon: The tensions have been building for a long time, and even justice for Michael Brown won’t change that.” Slate. (August 19, 2014).

·   Ioffe, Julia. “White St. Louis Has Some Awful Things to Say About Ferguson.” The New Republic. (August 15, 2014)

·   Madrigal, Alexis. “How Much Racial Profiling Happens in Ferguson? In the past, it's been difficult to definitively answer a question like this. A new, nation-wide database might help.” The Atlantic. (August 15, 2014).

·   Daly, Michael. “The Day Ferguson Cops Were Caught in a Bloody Lie.” Daily Beast. (August 15, 2014).

·   Kane, Alex. “11 Shocking Facts About America’s Militarized Police Forces.” AlterNet. (June 27, 2014).

·   Ingraham, Christopher. “The Pentagon gave nearly half a billion dollars of military gear to local law enforcement last year.” The Washington Post. (August 14, 2014).

·   Bushman, Brad J. Ph.D. “The ‘weapons effect’ Research shows that the mere presence of weapons increases aggression.” Psychology Today. (January 18, 2013).


Sources for Dollop # 20 - David Hahn


·   Silverstein, Ken. “The Radioactive Boy Scout” Harper's Magazine (November 1998).


·   Wikipedia contributors, "David Hahn," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia,

·   Collins, Laura. “Radioactive Boy lives! Student who sparked panic in 1996 after he built a nuclear reactor in his shed survived and now wants to invent a 100-year light bulb... out of 'safe' irradiated paint” (November 13, 2013). accessed at :

·   Associated Press. “’Radioactive Boy Scout’ Charged in Smoke Detector Theft.” Fox News Channel. (August 4, 2007).

·   Scouterdennis. “Atomic Energy: Merit badge requirements.” (Revised October 2012).