Robert Guffey is the author of the nonfiction book Cryptoscatology: Conspiracy Theory as Art Form. He’s published numerous short stories, articles and interviews in a wide range of magazines and anthologies. He’s currently a lecturer in the Department of English at California State University—Long Beach. In the beginning of the interview, Robert tells how he became a Freemason and what led him into the field of conspiracy theory. He’ll explain why he compares the field of conspiracy theory to classical mythology. We also talk about how conspiracy theory it littered with the carcasses of sincere truth seekers who failed in their search. Then, we discuss the conspiratorial side of the educational system, political correctness and the war on the imagination. Later, Robert talks about intelligence agents involved in the sci-fi genre. The hour ends with a story about a man who experienced the phenomena known as gangstalking.