Francis E. Dec, Esquire, of 29 Maple Ave, Hempstead, New York, is one of the most mysterious characters in all kookdom. He plastered cars with paranoid posters and mass-mailed thousands of his rants to unwitting victims, mostly in media outlets. One of these packets fell into the hands of L.A. newscaster/talk show host "Doc on the ROQ" of KROQ-FM. In 1985, when Doc was employed at WZUU in Milwaukee, the station received a bundle of Dec flyers, which had been mass mailed to the media. He sez: "One chilly Sunday in '86, at Y-108 in Denver, I recorded the 41-minute tape now in circulation, using odd music tracks (Goldfinger, 'Pieces of Ice' by Diana Ross, Tomita, Capitol Library Series) mixed in quite at random, though it turned out nicely. I also used echo-processing for the faint 'mental' effects on the longest track, which I call 'LONG Island Lunacy.'" These are those sessions. It's amazing stuff. You can read some of the transcripts of the pieces here.