We are a group of historians, educators, authors, researchers, and free speech advocates who endeavor to provide original and engaging content. We offer historical research with a reasonable analysis of evidence, investigative blogs, and online media. Our members strive to offer unbiased reporting without exception to political agendas, social norms, and popular beliefs and we remain committed to unhindered discussion of any relevant subject of inquiry. You are invited to listen to our member shows below, read our research blog articles, and review the Primary Evidence Collections.
To reach the Neapolis Media Group with comments please use the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ochelli Effect Radio Show
The Ochelli Effect podcast launched in late two thousand thirteen as an outlet for independent critical analysis of historical controversies, current international politics, social issues, media, and literature with its host Chuck Ochelli. The Ochelli Effect is a regularly scheduled and unscripted interview and debate program that regards politics, conspiracy, and research. The show has presented dozens of experts, witnesses, and researchers investigating related matters of historical and contemporary importance. The programs seeks to achieve "revelation through conversation".
The Lone Gunman Podcast
The show began in two thousand fourteen with Rob Clark at the helm seeking to find new insights regarding the assassination of President Kennedy. The show's relaxed style and direct questions has appealed to listeners and supporters on both sides of the case. The podcast has featured several authors, researchers, advocates, and experts related to the JFK case. The show offers a place where "research comes to shine, and myths come to die."
Historian and financial analyst Michael Swanson is the host of The Wall Street Window podcast that reviews finance, news, and historical events with a range of interesting guests and experts. Swanson runs the website Wall Street Window that provides insights into the financial markets, investment analysis, and offers a political and historical perspective.
C.A.A. Savastano / Editor in Chief: Carmine Savastano is an author, speaker, and Editor-in-Chief of the Neapolis Media Group whose historical research focuses on intelligence, government, international politics, and human behavior. He has studied thousands of legal documents, written over seventy historical research articles; consulted for multiple experts in his field, presented new research of public value, and makes regular appearances in the media. Multiple academic groups have accepted his findings including the Mary Ferrell Foundation, the Assassination Archives and Research Center, and Savastano has presented research at public conferences and universities.
Chuck Ochelli / Broadcast Editor: Charles "Chuck" Ochelli is a veteran researcher and broadcast journalist in the alternative media. Known as the "Blind JFK Researcher", Ochelli has conducted interviews with advocates, witnesses, authors of note, and researchers in various important contemporary and historical matters. He additionally explores a vast array of social topics with an open mind and reasonable skepticism. and seeks to achieve "Revelation through conversation".
Rob Clark / Podcast Editor: Rob Clark is a lifelong conspiracy realist, specializing in the Kennedy assassination research and advocacy while offering a forum that welcomes people from all sides of the case. He is dedicated to exposing the lies and cover-ups the government has allegedly perpetrated for the last 50 years. Rob is a researcher and the host of The Lone Gunman Podcast.
Mike Swanson / Finance Editor and Historian: Michael Swanson is a financial analyst, historian, and the author of multiple books on finance and government. He is the owner of the financial website Wall Street Window, has co-managed a hedge fund, and has been invited to speak at national events to offer his insights and analysis regarding matters of historical importance.
Zachary D. Jendro / Photographic Editor and Historian: Zachary D. Jendro is an experienced document and photographic archivist that specializes in paper and photographic conservation and restoration. He is also a researcher in multiple domains that include sports, history, and international politics.
Thomas Nagle / Resident Historian: Thomas Nagle is both historian and researcher specializing in ancient history that advises the NMG Editorial Staff and contributes to our research efforts by offering a perspective of ancient cultures, religions, and practices that influenced later developments in society and government.
Matthew Scheufele / Historian and Educator: Matthew Scheufele is a historian who who focuses on modern American history and has written several historical research articles concerning intelligence matters and politics. His articles offer research and a reasonable skepticism of popular but largely unproven claims. He is also an educational administrator and has had research findings accepted by the Mary Ferrell Foundation.
Tim Fattig/ Author. Filmmaker, and Historian: Tim Fattig is a historian with background in American political and historical research ranging from modern history to the Old West and prior authored the book "Wyatt Earp: The Biography".
Trish Fleming / Lead Researcher: Trish Fleming is a gifted and internationally minded researcher and writer with experience in business consultation and research. She leads the NMG Research team in some historical inquiries focusing on modern American history.
Charles Cliff / Researcher: Charles Cliff is a researcher who focuses on government and political history. Cliff has done extensive work in the areas of history and sports and can be heard discussing historical research on the Ochelli Effect and The Lone Gunman Podcast.
We strive to provide the most accurate and verifiable information possible based on facts and evidence for our research and photographic offerings. If you observe a possible mistake or error feel free to contact us at email@example.com and we will correct any possible issue quickly. Feel free to check back for updates, important announcements, and new research information.