Here are the web addresses mentioned on our current printed leaflet, in easy clickable links.
You may want to use "Open link in New Tab" (ctrl+click or click-with-mousewheel, in most modern browsers), to visit these sites while also keeping this page open.
(Unless otherwise marked, the links on this page go to sites written and maintained by other people - I don't control their content.)
On the front:
On the back:
- Mis-understood words and Study Tech - www.lermanet.com/exit/mu_yawn.htm, www.studytech.org/study_tech1.php
- Disconnection - www.scientologydisconnection.com
- Narconon - www.narconon-exposed.org, www.crackpots.org
There's also a number of other very interesting anti-Scientology websites around. Some of these were mentioned on the previous version of our printed leaflet, but we've moved the links to here instead so we can give more background about each linked site.
- St. Petersburg Times / Tampabay.com Special Reports - the special reports "The Truth Rundown" (with interviews with a number of high-ranking defectors from Scientology) and "No Kids Allowed" (about Scientology's policy of coerced abortions)
- "Scientology: The Ex-Files" - a TV report by ABC (Australia), including interviews with ex-Scientologists and Scientology's own spokesman Tommy Davis. (The player for the main TV show is the blue-sky picture at top-left. The rest of the page has extended versions of the interview videos)
- ToryMagoo.org - personal website of Tory Christman, an ex-Scientologist who now talks openly about how Scientology mistreated her and others
- XenuTV.com - a huge collection of videos about Scientology, including TV news reports and personal interviews with ex-Scientologists (the Interviews section is great, Tory Christman's videos especially)
- WhyAreTheyDead.info - a compilation of information about Scientology-related deaths - various Scientologist suicides, deaths of people in Scientology's care, and similar situations that many people feel are "Scientology's fault" (please be aware that some of the topics discussed and images shown on this site may be upsetting to some people)
- Xenu.net - one of the longest-lived and most extensive Scientology-critical websites, but there is so much information here it can be a little hard to navigate at times.
There are also a number of books written by ex-Scientologists in which they tell their personal stories. A lot of them are self-published in the USA and difficult to obtain, but these two are from UK + Ireland authors and much easier to get hold of:
- Deceived: One woman's stand against the church of Scientology (Amazon UK link) by Bonnie Woods; Bonnie is an ex-Scientologist turned committed Christian, she successfully sued Scientology in the UK courts after they libeled her (read their formal apology to her)
- The Complex by John Duignan (Eason Ireland link, they post to the UK); John was in Scientology for 22 years, serving in the cult's elite "Sea Org" when he decided to leave - literally going on the run, dodging "recovery teams" that Scientology sent to try to get him to return to them.
There is also a bunch of different information - and related links to back it up - on the BadCult.info main page.