Click anywhere within the Archives floor plan to jump quickly
to that area. A text description of each area is provided below for those who cannot see
the image map above.
The Entrance Foyer contains the Home Page for the Real
History Archives and links to all the other major areas within the Archives.
The Reference Desk is where you should go when you are not
sure what you are looking for. A card catalog is under development which will allow you to
browse articles within the Archives by name, author or subject matter. You will also find
search links in this location.
The Real History Archives maintains collections on
undercovered or commonly misrepresented events from our recent past. Most people come to
the Archives to peruse these collections, especially the John F. Kennedy Assassination
This is another popular area for visitors. As you read about
your Real History, you will wonder why the media has not given you the truth. Stop by the
media center for information as to why this happens. Coming soon will be the Media Heroes and Zeros section in which we will be tracking the
best and worst journalists on the issue of reporting Real History.
This site provides actionable data. Some people feel
extraordinarily compelled to act on the information they discover here, so the Archives
has provided a set of resources for Activists. Included are e-mail and snail-mail
addresses for government officials and media representatives so that you can make your
voice heard on these matters.
If the seriousness of the information presented here starts
to overwhelm you, take a break by visiting the Restrooms. Here you will find humor,
satire, cartoons and other amusements.
You can leave the site at any time by choosing the Exit link.
Entrance | Site
Map | Reference Desk | Collections
| Media Center | Restrooms | Activism | Exit