- Simonparkes.org Podcast:
- Simon was raised in a family with ties to British and American intelligence.
- Simon’s mother worked for MI5, but while she was managed by MI5, she was actually a spy.
- working for the National Security Agency
- Simon’s grandfather worked for the Secret Intelligence Service, also known as MI6.
- He was actually reporting to the CIA. Simon’s grandfather was also a British diplomat, serving as
- The British Embassy in Pondicherry (Puducherry), India, appointed him as Vice Consul and then Consul.
- While in India, he received the OBE and CBE medals but declined a knighthood.
- In 1936, he was a member of The Wise Men of Twelve, also known as The Jury of Twelve, who voted on the question.
King Edward VIII, and if the King’s special branches uncovering Nazis should be removed
Infiltrate the King’s plot. (Had nothing to do with the divorcee’s wish to marry).
He was asked for code via a secure teleprinter link. The King ought to go. Or is he supposed to stay?
Mother Simon never brought him back to marry herself. – she was working on secret from around 1965 to her death in 1979
Documents – printed in Germany, originating in the then divided Berlin’s British and American quarters.
The documents related to collapsed ufo, recovered by U.S. forces and returned for engineering
In suspicious circumstances, in 1979, Simons mother died when she asked to be released.
Simon got £2,000 after Simon’s envelope was pointed through his door – with a note “Do not look back Look back
Whittington Dick “And Simon moved to London with this.
Simon made his experiences public in 2010 and was predictably attacked and ridiculed by key media outlets.
Simon’s radar station in North Yorkshire with 20 members and a retired military was invited to visit 2013.
Simon was the only civilian in the group, who had a memorial at the end.