Kay Griggs was a Southern divorcee who rented a room to Marine Corps colonel George Griggs in the late 1980s. She was impressed by his clipped manner, his education, his good looks. Two months later she married him. What she found out about world affairs as George Griggs' wife was astounding. Colonel Griggs was a Marine Corps Chief of Staff, as well as head of NATO's Psychological Operations. He was also, his wife realized, entirely mind-controlled. Kay, a self-declared Christian, became privy to the real workings of the United States military, leadership training, drug-running and weapons sales, and the secret worldwide camps that train professional assassins. These interviews with Pastor Rick Strawcutter of Adrian, Michigan were conducted in 1998, before September 11th and the installation of U.S. President George W. Bush. Kay Griggs' report of world events and the power elite paints a picture that begins to explain the hows and whys of our current global scenario.
Frequently Asked Questions
When were the interviews held?
The interviews were held in 1998.
How did the interviews come to be?
Pastor Rick Strawcutter had a pirate radio station which was shut down in the early 2000s. Kay Griggs had been urged by friends to call in to his show, and did so in 1998. Pastor Strawcutter kept her on the air for an hour, and invited her to come to Michigan for a longer interview. Kay felt strongly that her experiences and stunning knowledge of how our country is run needed to be known, so she agreed.
How long are the interviews?
The interviews were held over the course of a weekend in 1998. A 2-hour edited version entitled "Sleeping with the Enemy" is available, as is the full 439-minute unedited footage. Although 439 minutes is actually 7.3 hours, the complete interviews are contained on 4 DVDs (each with a capacity of 2 hours), so we refer to the duration as 8 hours.
Where is Kay today and is she safe?
Kay Griggs continues to live in Virginia Beach, although not in her family home. She has providentially (for her fans) "resurfaced" this summer, and is doing radio interviews (see www.Rense.com, www.ThePowerHour.com, www.IamtheWitness.com). Journalist Greg Szymanski wrote a piece about her in early August, and interest in her story and experiences has surged.
Is she safe? many people are asking. "I've been fortunate in that I have a place to live," she says, although her circumstances are by no means secure and risk-free. "I'm a very strong Protestant Christian and I feel as if I know myself very well. I feel very grounded. I've always believed in faith and justice, and have always been attracted to good people, honest people, forthright people." Kay's strong character and faith have kept her going, although she does admit, "No one knows how dreadful it's been ... and feeling so powerless to do anything about it."
Kay is only just learning about how popular and admired she has become, and is a little amazed and not quite believing. Sales of "The Kay Griggs Interviews" are rising, and Kay is pleased that word of her knowledge and experiences is getting around. Her husband George is "up North" and apparently lying low. Asked if he is still with the Marines, Kay reminds us, "He never really WAS part of the Marines. He's "purple" -- he's "joint." They're global, above all military branches. When he was ROTC at Princeton, he was Army."
According to Kay, secret societies and their machinations operate at the highest levels of our communities. Her first awareness of this dawned when she took a position as Assistant Director of the Virginia Center for World Trade in Norfolk and blew the whistle on the money laundering she witnessed there. "I think that's when I first became aware that there were bad people," she says. Norfolk, Virginia (the port that protects America's capital city) proved to be riddled with such corruption, and Kay began to notice it increasingly. Her natural curiosity and desire for justice led her into deeper exploration, aided by her education, her training as a history and social-studies teacher, and an indefatigable memory for names, places and dates. "They know I know," she says, yet she remains committed to declaring and describing the realities she has discovered.
"I believe it's healthy to open up people's minds," she says. "And people are waking up. Women are waking up. African-Americans are waking up. There's an awareness of corruption at the top, of hiding secrets. It's a consciousness kind of thing. It happened to me, and I was probably the most naive of all people. I can never forget the frightening things that happened, but my experience is nothing compared to what African-Americans and women and Palestinians are going through. I can tell the truth about what these guys do."
Believe it or not, George Griggs' annual income is well into six figures, yet Kay receives only a few dollars a month. Advancing in age, Kay has no health insurance. It is our desire to help her obtain this, and we ask you here to contribute to a fund to keep her healthy and in the best way we can offer it -- safe. We want her to know that we care, and if it weren't for people like her, we would all be living in blissful ignorance. Knowledge is power, and Kay has empowered us. Let's give her something in return.
(To donate to Kay's fund, send a check made payable to "Kay Griggs" to P.O Box 698, Cardiff CA 92007.)