Back in 1964 the FBI allegedly sent Martin Luther King, the African-American Civil Rights leader an anonymous letter which stated that if he didn’t kill himself in 34 days information about his sexual indiscretions would be made public. In what was essentially a blackmail letter penned for the sole purpose of eradicting King forever.
The dark and disturbing letter was recently published in the New York Times after it was discovered by historian and professor Beverly Gage and serves as evidence as to the dirty tricks the intelligence agencies were actively involved in back then. What indeed are they currently up to?
We scour the salty depths of the internet on a daily basis to find hidden treasures. Then we hoist the sails and chart a course for home laden down with all the best pop culture links we could find. Here’s today’s:
Canoeing through a flooded MacDonalds (via Break).
Footage of a 1950s housewife tripping out on LSD (via The Smoking Jacket).
Will Ferrell is making a movie entirely in Spanish (via Film Drunk).
John Carpenter’s new movie The Ward gets a review (via Hey U Guys).
A collection of Leonardo DiCaprio’s greatest freak outs (via Total Film)
Paul Daniels’ wig for sale on Ebay (via Anorak News)
Playboy’s complete interview with Martin Luther King from 1965 (via Playboy)
Jennifer Aniston’s Allure magazine shoot. Criticised for trying too hard (via Holy Moly)
Shit faced actress is denied access to Golden Globes after party, falls and busts out a titty (via TMZ)