I met Eustace Mullins back in 1992. He had the room across the hall from me at the old Telford Hotel. I had him sign my copy of his book Secrets of the Federal Reserve. We had a nice chat. The part that left me uneasy was when he told me he would never spend more than one night in the same room. He feared for his life. Left me wondering if he had my room the night before. I slept with one eye open and my pistol on the night stand.
Tin Pan Miner
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