Round Lake Park, IL circa 1982
George H. Boehmer was a true patriot, a citizen who immigrated from Canada. George Boehmer believed in God, and he believed that we were losing God in the United States. When Boehmer saw the direction that our country was going in (back in the late 1970's and early 1980's), he published some short booklets and passed out flyers to try and warn us of what was coming, hoping we would wake up and stop it.
Boehmer also believed that our Round Lake community was being infiltrated by Communist agents, so he spent his own money on private investigators, who gathered intelligence on suspected Communist agents in the Round Lake area. When Reagan was elected President, George Boehmer sent his information to President Reagan in 1981. Lake County was the location of a classified joint CIA-Air Force Intelligence Unit which was established there largely because of the information provided by Boehmer. The CIA already had an established presence in Lake County. There was also an FBI office in Waukegan at that time, plus Great Lakes Naval Base in neighboring North Chicago. I haven't tried making any FOIA requests concerning the intel Boehmer provided to DIA.
When I met George Boehmer for the first time in 1982, he showed me a thank you letter that he had received from President Reagan, concerning that local intelligence Boehmer had gathered from his private detectives. It was not some simple form letter thanking him, Reagan actually wrote a personal letter to Boehmer.
In 1995, I phoned Boehmer's son to inquire if he still had the letter President Reagan sent to his father. Boehmer's son told me that he had nothing to do with his father's past mission, and he didn't want any part of it and would not look for any of his father's papers. Today that letter from Reagan is probably long gone, along with all the reports done by private investigators. The information Boehmer had gathered would have confirmed what I am trying to tell people today about The Witch and related matters. My fingerprints would also be on that letter, because I held it in my hands in 1982.
When George Boehmer was passing out his books and flyers in the early 1980's, people thought he was crazy. I know that because I heard about it. Round Lake should be proud to have had a citizen like George Boehmer, although like all the other people who had a message from God, his warning was ignored by the people of Round Lake.
Here are the books by George Boehmer in pdf format:
I put one of Boehmer's stories to video for Christmas in 2010.
The Greatest Sinner - Psychic Xmas Story