MIND CONTROL, WORLD CONTROL: The Encyclopedia of Mind Control, by Jim Keith.
Mind control is a little-known and highly controversial topic today. Veteran author and investigator Jim Keith uncovers a surprising amount of information on the technology of mind control experimentation. Various chapters in this shocking book are on early CIA experiments such as Project Artichoke, the methodology and technology of implants, mind control assassins and couriers, and various famous "mind control" victims such as Sirhan Sirhan and Candy Jones. Also featured in this book are chapters on how mind control technology may be linked to some UFO activity and "UFO abductions."
MIND CONTROL, OSWALD AND JFK: Were We Controlled?, Introduction by Kenn Thomas.
Were We Controlled? was first published in 1968, when it maintained that Lee Harvey Oswald was a special agent who was a mind control subject, having received an implant in 1960 at a Russian hospital. Thomas examines the evidence for implant technology and the role it could have played in the Kennedy assassination. Thomas also looks at the mind control aspects of the RFK assassination and details the history of implant technology.
Secret Weapons: Two Sisters' Terrifying True Story of Sex, Spies and Sabotage by Cheryl and Lynn Hersha with Dale Griffis and Ted Schwarz
Books (text by Dave McGowan )
Mind Control by Peter Schrag 1978
This book does not focus specifically on MK-ULTRA research, but rather looks at how the entire field of psychology/psychiatry was developed and is used as an agent of control and repression, particularly through the use of behavior control drugs.---
Acid Dreams by Martin Lee and Bruce Shlain 1985
Provides further details on the CIA's MK-ULTRA projects as well as a look at how the 60's counterculture was co-opted from early on by the acid gurus, virtually all of whom had extensive connections to the CIA.
Journey Into Madness by Gordon Thomas 1989
Yet another hard-to-find book that is essential reading both for information on MK-ULTRA as well as background information on Dulles, Helms, Colby, Casey, Gottlieb, Buckley, and various other key players in the CIA.
Acid: The Secret History of LSD by David Black 1998
Not particularly well written and with poor production values, this book nevertheless makes a nice supplement to Acid Dreams, filling in some more of the details on Ron Stark.