The Frank Olson Legacy Project
Corey Ransom paper, bibliography
Lee, Martin and Bruce
Shlain. Acid Dreams; The Complete Social History of LSD, The CIA, The
Sixties, and Beyond. Grove Press, New York: 1985.
Marks, John. The
Search for the "Manchurian Candidate;" The CIA and Mind Control.
Times Books, New York: 1979.
Regis, Ed. The
Biology of Doom; The history of Americas Secret Germ Warfare Project.
Henry Holt and Company, New York: 1999.
Dowling, Kevin and
Phillip Knightley. "The Olson File: A Secret That Could Destroy The
CIA." Night and Day Magazine August 23, 1998. (Reprinted June
12, 1999 in Dagens Nyheter Swedish newspaper. Received through
email via Eric Olson.)
Fischer, Mary A. "The Man Who Knew Too Much." Gentlemens Quarterly: January 2000. Pages 134-141.
Rauh, Joseph and James Turner. Anatomy of a Public Interest Case Against the CIA. Hamline Journal of Public Law and Policy: Volume II Fall 1990 Number 2.
Before The Select Committee On Intelligence and The Subcommittee on Health
And Scientific Research of The Committee On Human Resources" United
States Senate: Ninety-Fifth Congress, first session, August 3, 1977. (Note,
this publication includes declassified documents released by the CIA on
"Joint Hearings Before The Subcommittee On Health of the Committee On Labor And Public Welfare and the Subcommittee On Administrative Practice And Procedure of the Committee On The Judiciary" United States Senate: Ninety Fourth Congress, first session, September 10, 12, and November 7, 1975. (Note, this publication includes the documents released by the CIA to the Olson Family in the summer of 1975.)
Kronisch vs. United States United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, August Term, 1997.
The New York Times:
The Washington Post:
The Papers of Joseph L Rauh, JR. Located in the Library of Congress. I used for this paper the depositions given by Alice Olson, Sidney Gottlieb, and Robert Lashbrook for the case Orlikow vs. US. These depositions were useful in that much of it concerns the case of Frank Olson.
The Papers of John Marks. Located at the National Security Archives, George Washington University in the Gellman Library. This collection contains the many thousands of documents on Behavioral Control collected by Marks for his book The Search For The Manchurian Candidate. I found various documents which helped in gaining a better understanding of project MKULTRA and the perceived threat of Soviet behavioral control.