Did Hoover (right) and his partner Tolson (left) have blazing hot sex together?
J. Edgar Hoover was the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation from 1924 until his death in 1972.
In Hoover's garden, there were statues of nude males.
Hoover liked to train certain FBI agents to dress as women.
Reportedly, FBI agent Bert Horgson spent much of his FBI career wearing dresses and high-heeled shoes, acting as Hoover's "special agent." (THE SECRET LIFE OF J. EDGAR HOOVER
Reportedly, Hoover gave orders that after Hoover died, Horgson was to be confined to a high-security nursing home as a national security risk.
In 1993, Anthony Summers, in his book Official and Confidential: The Secret Life of J. Edgar Hoover, wrote that Hoover did not pursue the Mafia.
According to Summers, this was because the Mafia had blackmail material on Hoover.
Summers quotes Susan L. Rosenstiel as saying that, in 1958, she was at a party at the Plaza Hotel where Hoover was dressed as a woman.
Hoover, calling himself "Mary", was reportedly wearing a dress and high heels.
According to Rosentiel:
Hoover "was wearing a fluffy black dress, very fluffy, with flounces and lace stockings and high heels, and a black curly wig. He had makeup on and false eyelashes."
Rosentiel said she saw Hoover, boss of the FBI, go into a bedroom and take off his skirt.
There, "young blond boys" worked on him in bed.
We should perhaps remember that it is the FBI that has been entrusted with investigating such matters as the Kennedy assassination and the Lockerbie bombing.
A year later Rosenstiel was at a party at the same hotel.
This time Hoover wore a red dress and a black feather boa.
Hoover got a boy to read to him from a Bible while another boy "played" with him.
Hoover then grabbed the Bible, tossed it to the ground, and told the first boy to join in.
Reportedly, Hoover had a bungalow at Texas oilman Cliff Murchison's Del Charro Hotel in La Jolla.
Summers quotes Charles Krebs as saying: "On three occasions that I knew about, maybe four, boys were driven down to La Jolla at Hoover's request."
Reportedly, on one occasion, Hoover and "the boys, the fifteen-year-old and another youngster", went in two cars to a tryst by a reservoir in the San Diego hills.
Summers verified the existence of the restaurant and the reservoir.
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