The Modernism Murder Mo of the Robison Family

The Robison family was murdered in Good Hart, Michigan in 1968 around the summer solstice. Investigators were never really sure of the exact date, because they were found in their summer home a month later, putrefying, as someone had locked the door and turned up the heat.

Investigators never solved the case.  Or maybe they did, but didn’t get a chance to get it before court because the chief prosecutor threw it out. Why?  I think because he knew he shouldn’t touch it with a ten foot pole once he got a look at what detectives had compiled as evidence.  He most likely made a few queries into the background of what was really going on and took it off the court case menu — yes, 86d it, because he had been served this entree before at the Nuremberg trials and apparently knew the combining and mixing of ingredients that the powerful families had concocted and didn’t want the rest of the world to sample a taste of what was really going on with the powers that be. Nope. Because quite frankly, he probably didn’t want to find himself as a dish served up cold and 6 feet under.

You see, Richard Robison was an ad man and an artist. He also had a very popular magazine called Impresario which was devoted to arts and culture in the Detroit area.  I took the time to dig up some of these old copies of Impresario and found out what kind of person Robison really was.  It turns out that Robison had some very interesting ideas  about art and culture:

“A long time ago the writer was aware of an ambition that was in the process of burning a hole in the mind’s conscience over the apparent lack of ethics on the part of both so-called artists and dealers of art.”

                                                                                                                                                                      As you can see from perusing the above page, he was very well schooled in the Modernist takeover and was trying to stop it.  The Modernist project was greatly facilitated by the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). It was a Intelligence Project concocted by the CIA, British Intel, and Russian agents.  If you think this a bizarre Intel combination just remember that the bankers subsidized the war in Russia and then turned around and financed the war in Germany.  Once the Russian apparatus of communist control was completely installed, it was then used as a cultural weapon to control populations by degrading their culture and morals.  Thus the rise of ridiculous Modern Art and other culturally undesirable things such as an emphasis on abortion, homosexuality and degenerate music as something to promote as culturally desirable.  This communist system was then also imported to China by the bankers and their associated military and Intelligence groups.

You can bet that the powerful did not want upstart Robison upsetting their carefully laid plans for controlling the population via their Intelligence Modern Art Project.

Richard Robison was also interested in transportation design, traffic flow and energy issues within the city of Detroit.

From the Detroit Free Press, October 30, 1965:

Common Council moved a step closer to a $3 million Teletrans test mile Friday after reeling through a hit-and-run hearing on rapid transit plans from around the country. The Council sat through a two-hour hubbub on competing transportation plans before Teletrans developer Marvin Stevens proposed a test track on Woodward from the State Fair grounds to Seven Mile. The track would be financed without direct cost to the City. Teletrans Is a computer -controlled system for carrying passengers In private cabs through surface or overhead tubes. So far the system is untested. The Council asked Stevens to bring In a contract on the test tracks Dec. 8 for City lawyers to examine. If it is approved, Teletrans developers could apply for two-thirds Federal financing from the Housing and Home Finance Agency. Stevens said the remaining third would come from suppliers involved in the construction. THE SAME invitation was made to other transit representatives at the hearing, but Teletrans the only system to bring in a specific proposal clearly had an edge with the Council. “My mind is pretty well made up on one system, if it proves feasible,” said Council President Ed Carey. “All these facts will only confuse me.” Councilman James H. Brickley, pointing out the Council’s bafflement at the barrage of technical terms, grandiose schemes and high-speed salesmanship, renewed his call to revive the Rapid Transit Commission to analyze transit schemes.  “I want to get off,” Brickley said. “We need a staff man to take this information and boil, it down.”

From the magazine Impresario:

In fact, the Cultural Centers have been removed from the heart of the population, because a culture cannot sustain itself with vapid, banal and stupefying Modern Art!  The culture loses its heart; it loses its very soul.

As you know the wealthy families and their Intelligence agency lackeys really don’t want the public having any benefit that they are not in control of.  And this would have been a particular sore spot for them. Imagine if everyone caught onto this idea and it spread throughout the world.  Not good for Rockefeller, Harriman and etc banker Industrialists. No indeed.

Tavistock in London, closely aligned with Edward Bernays, was clearly plotting and devising ways to control Americans — brainwash, dumb down and culturally train them into stupidity.  This is a much more effective way of controlling a population then using force.  Tavistock is also involved with drugs, Satanic art and pedophile rings.

Richard Robison was a Freemason, and perhaps during this point in time there were still lodges around that were working on this type of project in order to stave of the forces of Modernism and Communism that were leaking into America.  If so, perhaps he suffered the fate of Mozart, another artistic Freemason.

The key to unraveling this case is figuring out who these investors are in the Teletrans project.  Who didn’t want this project to go forward and why.  Perhaps Joseph Scolaro, Robison’s co-worker, was sent in to bankrupt Robison and cause disruption.  Maybe Robison figured it out so they murdered him.  Maybe Scolaro didn’t actually pull the trigger, but actually put the call into the killers for a hit job.  But clearly murdering the entire family along with Robison is another question. Why do that?  Also, the clue that Mrs Robison’s dress was hiked up exposing her legs. Like twin pillars. Like a Masonic temple. I’d say this was a calling card from a competing lodge.  The Freemasons really can’t help themselves with this kind of symbolism.

I’d say this murder was from a very powerful financial cabal very interested in long term psychological programs and energy management.


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1968: The Summer of the Robison Family Murder

The Robison Family

I recently read with interest about an old cold case on What the Hell is the Deal with the Oakland County Child Killer Investigation? An aptly titled blog by Catherine Broad. The cold case in question is concerning the Robison family Murder in Good Hart, Michigan in 1968. I decided to to some digging. I found some articles describing the murder. But of course there was quite a bit left out. I mean really, why bring up cults and military intelligence and freemasons in the same article. Those things are so unrelated, and anyway, it’s so Andy Griffith Mayberry up in Good Hart, Michigan. No one would get it. Nope. Gosh darn. Not at all. Not in a million years.

So I bought the book by Mardi Link, who does a good job of detailing the murder and investigation.

Catherine Broad compares the Mardi Link book and how investigators helped Mardi out quite a bit, but in contrast, police and investigators mainly stymied the Oakland County Child Killer Case when families felt, well, their questions weren’t being answered regarding their children being raped and tortured and killed by possibly a high profile pedophile network where one person of interest owned an island in Michigan, North Fox to be exact, and quickly disappeared when the realization that dots might connect, and lo and behold it looks like…damn, could it be? Investigators let him get away? …But really, nothing to be concerned about in little ole’ Michigan.

I would bet that law enforcement helped Mardi Link out because 1. They are mainly ethical cops 2. This case has nothing to do with pedophile networks and 3. No one would get the military intelligence cover-up, which is probably at the front and center of these murders.

The Robison Cabin, where the murders took place

The Robison Family Murder

Let’s start at the end. Chief Prosecutor Noggle decides that there really is no case against the main suspect, Scolaro, after the two main detectives have painstakingly detailed everything in an exhaustive report which they deliver to him. The Attorney General of Michigan at the time, Frank Kelley, agrees with Noggle.

Now, wouldn’t you find this suspicious? Especially after the two hard working detectives turn over every stone and bone, collecting all manner of evidence, interviews, leads, etc? A good case? A tight case?

But wait. Prosecutor Noggle has an epiphany. He tells detectives to go and look at, no investigate, a guy that has no real relationship to the murder, other than he built the cabin that the Robisons were killed in. Why? Because, well perhaps, he is a bit odd, and likes to talk to himself. And you know…Prosecutor Noggle said so!

Why would Prosector Noggle say so? Perhaps he was avoiding some things that he really didn’t want divulged during a trial with chief suspect Scolaro. Some things that the prosecutor decided after sniffing around a bit, smelled like, ummm, maybe a military intelligence operation. Yes, perhaps Prosecutor Noggle had some expertise in all of that being involved in military tribunal courts in Germany after WWII.

And what about this chief suspect Scolaro? Why, he was a military intelligence operative! Yes, indeed. According to him he was also Robison’s right hand man in Robison’s ad business. He also liked skimming money off the accounts which perhaps he thought Robison would never find out about.

And Robison? Well, apparently he had a few investors that may have been part of a strange cult he was in. In fact, he wore a pendant around his neck, kind of like the scapular Catholics wear for extra protection, possibly from these investors. This pendant stated basically he was a ‘chosen son.’ It sounds a bit like Jesus, doesn’t it? But perhaps because he was a Freemason he was a bit suggestible.

Not only that, but his spiritually inclined investors also liked to ply him with sexy women secretaries who he liked to undress and stare at..just their legs. He did this with all of them, except one. The one detectives hunted down in Florida who married an extremely wealthy man and did work as a secretary for Mr Robison. No, they didn’t have an affair, she said. She said that he asked her about her feelings. Yes, he apparently wanted to know all about her feelings and not the other way around. Ummm. Right. That sounds extremely plausible. Did anyone think that maybe this person was some kind of intelligence operative? Trying to squeeze information out of Mr Robison? No. Apparently not. Nothing to see here. Let’s move on.

Yes, Mr Robison was a very creative, intelligent person the intelligence agencies often seek out for their operations. Chief suspect Scolaro said that Mr Robison often went on secretive business meetings to further his business dealings with his elusive spiritual investors. One of these places was San Francisco. San Fransisco at that time was a hot bed of cults and intelligence activity. In fact, military intelligence pretty much invented the ‘counter culture’ hippy movement.

Could it be that Mr Robison was lured into a cult that promised him untold riches, plentiful sex, and peace and love on a planetary scale? Could this have been a military operation that possibly went wrong? Or right? Or something in between?


Link, Mardi. When Evil Came to Good Hart. 10th Anniversary Edition, Kindle Edition. University of Michigan Press, 2008.

McGowan, David. Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon: Laurel Canyon, Covert Ops & the Dark Heart of the Hippie Dream. Headpress, 2014.

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