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  • 16. apr. 2020

  • Tom O’Neill is an award-winning investigative journalist and entertainment reporter whose work has appeared in national publications such as Us, Premiere, New York, The Village Voice and Details. His book, Chaos: Charles Manson, the CIA, and the Secret History of the Sixties ( was published by Little, Brown in the summer of 2019.


  • Boom Diggaty
    Boom Diggaty For 4 md. siden (redigert)

    Joe WE DEMAND A SECOND AND THIRD AND FOURTH SHOW WITH TOM. Give a thumbs up to let Joe know to bring Tom back

  • CC Greening
    CC Greening For 4 md. siden

    Tom O'Neil is a dying breed of journalist. We rarely see his type anymore, the majority just write opinion pieces and call it journalism. Tom is so careful not to speculate on anything where he hasn't got documented proof which again is rare.

  • Ian Gelb
    Ian Gelb For 4 md. siden

    If this is true about the CIA during the 60s & 70s ....Just imagine what they are doing NOW !!!!!!

  • pantslizard
    pantslizard For 4 md. siden

    AAAAALLLLL these years Charlie Manson has been saying "you people don't know what's going on, you think I'm this big villain, but the big villains are all around you and you can't even see it." [paraphrased]

  • Leonardo Puertas
    Leonardo Puertas For 2 md. siden

    Next book: SILENCE: Jeffrey Epstein, the FBI, and the secret history of Hollywood

  • Jordan Starks
    Jordan Starks For 5 md. siden

    Not one time did he say "well you will just have to buy the book to find out" or "it's in my book". We should all support authors like this who come on here and lay it all out. Bravo sir 👏👍

  • orlando rodriguez
    orlando rodriguez For 1 md. siden

    Who else came back because of the mike baker episode

  • Kay Bailey
    Kay Bailey For 4 md. siden

    I made a YouTube account just so I could say how fantastic Tom is! Probably best podcast I’ve ever heard and was explained amazingly.

  • Lasse Sandø
    Lasse Sandø For 1 md. siden

    One of the best episodes in Joe Rogan history.

  • Z-Star Beats
    Z-Star Beats For 4 md. siden

    Yoo Tom really dedicated a fat portion of his life for this book and his investigation.. Shit is mad inspirational

  • S C
    S C For 5 md. siden

    Honestly, screw a Manson film, you could make a film just about this guy investigating it. What an amazing, unrelenting, hard working, honest journalist. He is brimming with passion. Such a good listen!

  • benjamin seng
    benjamin seng For 4 md. siden

    I wonder if MK ultra and chaos can be linked to the spree of serial killers throughout the 70's and 80's.

  • Dennis Williams
    Dennis Williams For 1 md. siden

    Tom O'Neill is a motherflipping hero who has dedicated his life to finding out the truth for the pure sake of it. That is so admirable I don't know how to put it into words. I'll be buying the book to suppport him financially because the more books or documentaries he works on, the better our understanding of the weird world around us will be. And props to Rogan for giving the man a soapbox to stand on and tell these stories; phenomenal work on both parts and I thank you gentlemen.

  • Shaun Train
    Shaun Train For 3 md. siden

    This interview hints at who is leaving pallets of bricks in cities across the US that are having anti-police protests. Someone wants CHAOS.

  • DmanDice
    DmanDice For 1 md. siden

    Remember when the “tin foil hat” people said that there are programs to mind control people?

  • jackson karwoski
    jackson karwoski For 5 md. siden

    I had about 10% of trust left in the government and Tom funckin O'Neill took a sledgehammer to it.

  • Daniel Nolan
    Daniel Nolan For 4 md. siden

    Sir, I bought your book half way through this interview

  • Elijah Turner
    Elijah Turner For 1 md. siden

    So Vincent Bugliosi was working long hours as a young D.A. yeah the milk man was tapping dat.

  • Aidan Magill
    Aidan Magill For 4 md. siden (redigert)

    Added to my basket.

  • S L
    S L For 3 uker siden

    Smith sounds more like a handler than a parole officer