the roger hollis table of possibilities – updated
Author Ron Morgans visited a golf club in Weston-super-mare and found that every trace of Hollis had been deleted, despite that Hollis had been club captain. He also found that Hollis had lived at ‘Primrose Cottage’ in Catcott village.
Morgan was told that Hollis was buried in the stone of a cemetery wall by a farmer at the local pub.
“Sir Roger? He’s there, all right. He’s in the churchyard wall. They took out a flint and put ‘im in there. There ‘aint no marks, though. You won’t see ‘im.”
‘Britain’s Establishment has always used an unmarked grave as a sign of treachery, going back eons. So why for Sir Roger? MI5 gives you short shrift on the matter.
‘It was claimed that Sir Roger Hollis, who was Director General of the Security Service from 1956-1965, was a Russian spy. The Trend inquiry of 1974 cleared Hollis of that accusation. Subsequently, the evidence of the former KGB officer Oleg Gordievsky confirmed this judgement.’
In Britain unmarked graves are the resting place reserved for notorious criminals like Myra Hindley and Dr Harold Shipman. Earlier for Nazi war crimes perpetrators like Heinrich Himmler, Hermann Goering and Adolf Eichmann.
And yet Sir Roger Hollis was ignominiously hidden away behind an unmarked stone in a country graveyard wall, only his widow and a local shepherd left to tend his memory.’
Was Roger Hollis a double agent?
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The Roger Hollis what if table of possibilities ..
(1) what if Hollis was patriotic?
(2) What if Hollis was unpatriotic?
(3) What if the unpatriotic Hollis was approached by Russia?
or .. (4) What if the unpatriotic Hollis approached Russia?
(5) What if the patriotic Hollis was told to appear as unpatriotic Hollis?
(6) What if the unpatriotic Hollis who approached the Russians was the patriotic Hollis in his guise ?
Was Roger Hollis a triple agent?