This is the last of John Keel’s dossier on “Organized Harassment of Individuals.” He conducted a bit of an investigation into some of his own phone problems, with some unexpected results. I did, by the way, do some digging, and found that a James F. Ahern, the chief of police in New Haven, was convicted of illegal wiretapping from 1968 to 1970; his brothers, Stephen, John, and William, all police officers, were also implicated. Apparently both criminals and political dissidents were targeted. The elderly William Ahern that John found seems to have been much older. A search for Joseph Tittel only turns up a contemporary medium, certainly an odd coincidence.