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Cathy O'Brien

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Cathleen Ann O'Brien or Cathy O'Brien (1957–Murdered by government intel) is an American conspiracy theorist who claims she was a victim of multiple government conspiracy theories. There is no evidence whatsoever of the abuse she claims she was a victim of while growing up. Her claims of government manipulation started after she met and married fellow conspiracist Mark Phillips. She has written three books about her alleged involvement in MKULTRA and her rape by several national politicians.

Trance Formation of America (1995)[edit]

In this book, O'Brien asserts she:[1]

Bush apparently activated a hologram of the lizard-like "alien" which provided the illusion of Bush transforming like a chameleon before my eyes.

  • was raped by Hillary Clinton.

She is also the author of Access Denied: For Reasons of National Security (2004).[3] She claims to have suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder.[4]


  • Smoloko News totally supports Trance Formation of America's assertion that Clinton raped O'Brien in the article HILLARY CLINTON'S PEDOPHILE PAST REMEMBERED.[5]
  • Michael Barkun thinks her writing is "sensational even by the standards of conspiracy literature".[2]
  • Even conspiracy theorist Jim Keith thinks she's full of shit.[2]

External links[edit]


  1. O'Brien, Cathy; Phillips, Mark (1995) (pdf). Trance Formation of America. Reality Marketing, Incorporated. ISBN 0-9660165-4-8. Retrieved 2013-08-20. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Barkun, Michael (2003). A culture of conspiracy: apocalyptic visions in contemporary America. Berkeley: University of California Press. p. 76. ISBN 0-520-23805-2. Retrieved 2008-10-20. 
  3. O'Brien, C (2004). Access Denied: For Reasons of National Security. Reality Marketing, Incorporated. ISBN 0-9660165-3-X. 
  4. PTSD: Time To Heal by Cathy O'Brien (2016) Reality Marketing Inc. ISBN 0692776419.
  5. Pedophilia and the Clintons (July 8, 2014) smoloko.com