In 1995, researcher Ed Haslam published a remarkable text, in which he highlighted connections between some of the New Orleans elements of the JFK Assassination milieu and people doing research into cancer-causing monkey viruses. In turn, this relationship may very well be connected to a soft-tissue cancer epidemic currently sweeping the United States and (conceivably) the laboratory development of AIDS. (For a detailed description of Haslam’s thesis, explore a 3‑hour interview done with Haslam in June of 1996 and two one-hour interviews with Ed done in June of 1997.) Haslam’s investigation centers on the 1964 murder of Dr. Mary Sherman, one of this country’s foremost cancer researchers. Having developed circumstantial evidence that Sherman was working with a linear particle accelerator in an effort to mutate the carcinogenic monkey virus SV40 for the purpose of developing an anti-cancer vaccine, Haslam supplements his original work with a brilliant additional chapter in which he locates where the accelerator was located and the circumstances under which it was installed. These two segments consist of a complete reading of Ed’s supplemental chapter.