America Declassified: MLK Conspiracy Pictures
Mike Baker does new ballistics tests in his investigation of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., while new technology searches the sky for the Marfa lights in Texas.
Dr. King stayed at the Lorraine Motel so often they named a room after him. The motel is now home to the National Civil Rights Museum.
Two lines of string are used in the investigation to test the trajectory of the bullet that killed Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
This boarding house across the parking lot from the Lorraine Motel is believed to be where the assassin waited for Dr. King to appear on the balcony.
Investigator Michael Parker follows aerial phenomena investigator Scott Deschaine into a natural cave as part of their investigation into the mysterious Marfa lights in Texas.
Marfa is a town in the high desert of west Texas. The films There Will Be Blood and No Country for Old Men were both filmed here.
Marfa’s visitors’ center is a former WWII USO entertainment center, and tourists come from all over in the hopes of seeing the Marfa lights, which have been attributed to UFOs and ghosts.
The interior of the FLIR mobile command center used as part of the investigation into the truth behind the Marfa lights.
A daytime view of the Marfa lights viewing area, located 9 miles east of Marfa, TX.