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UPDATE: NOW THRU MARCH 7, 2015, THE PLAN IS AVAILABLE FOR FREE DOWNLOAD FROM SMASHWORDS.  CLICK ON  LINK BELOW, THEN USE SPECIAL CODE RW100  (ON PAGE) AFTER SELECTION “BUY” OPTION. LINK — *** New Book Announcement: The Plan Contact Susan Klopfer Cuenca, Ecuador Email Words: 68,380 (approximate)Language: EnglishISBN: 9780982604977 Book Trailer Video Distribution: Smashwords, Amazon, […]

U,.S. Senator James Eastland Tried to Fake Out LBJ Over The Murders of Schwerner, Goodman and Chaney

U.S. Senator James O. Eastland (1904 – 1986) From Chapter 18 of The Plan — A Historical Fiction Novel about Two Murdered Black, Gay Lawyers And A White Detective , All Killed Because They Knew Too Much About The Assassinations of President John F. Kennedy and Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.*****“In the summer of 1964, three […]


Susan Klopfer, author The Plan Scheduled for July, 2013 Publication Medgar Evers, WW II veteran and former coordinator of the Mississippi NAACP who was murdered on June 12, 1963 at his Jackson home. June 12 (Cuenca, Ecuador) — An excerpted chapter from The Plan was released today by the eBook’s author, Susan Klopfer. “This […]

From the Land of Emmett Till: new book changes the story, but not the impact


Emmett Till’s mother shows her pain at the Chicago showing of his open casket. “Gathering of Waters” opens in the early 20th century in Oklahoma, with a girl named Doll possessed by the spirit of a dead woman. But after an unsuccessful exorcism and a decision by Doll’s mother to put her up for adoption, […]

The Emmett Till Funeral: An Open Look at American Hatred

The Emmett Till Funeral: An Open Look at American Hatred By Guest Author, Becky Wilcox Mamie Till Bradley, the mother of Emmett Till, weeps during her son’s funeral. (Photo courtesy of Wisconsin Historical Images) (Editor’s Note: If you are interested in reading more about the murder of Emmett Till, you can receive a special discount on Susan […]

From the Land of Emmett Till: Remembering Robert Keglar, Mississippi Civil Rights Activist

At right, the late Robert Keglar, a true Mississippi civil rights hero. (Photo by Susan Klopfer)(I wrote the following article last year, after hearing that Robert Keglar died. Robert was a true hero of the modern civil rights movement, as was his mother, Birdia Keglar. Both were from the small town of Charleston, Miss., also […]

Keith Beauchamp — Murder He Wrote (Who Killed Emmett Till?)

Keith Beauchamp, Emmett Till filmmaker.Beauchamp’s critical work prompted a new investigation into the Emmet Till murder; his film, “The Untold Story of Emmett Louis Till.” (photo by Susan Klopfer)—–I am always surprised when a teacher, anthropologist, history professor, a John Grisham fan (this one always stops me) or some other person who SHOULD know the […]

Where Rebels Roost; Mississippi Civil Rights Revisited

    After 23 months of research and writing, Where Rebels Roost features –A Nine-page Selected Bibliography/Citations: 73 Books; 3 Dissertations; 47 Articles; 32 Collections, Interviews, Oral Histories –Twenty-pages/Lists of Dead/References 900+ names and information of African Americans lynched and murdered in Mississippi from 1870 to 1970 (references Southern Law & Poverty Center, NAACP, Tuskegee […]