The Camel Club is a quartet of conspiracy nuts in the nation's capital.
That is what the few people that actually pay attention to them think. They certainly have no power to do anything about what they find, or think they find, and their behavior is usually enough to make anyone thinking of listening to walk away.
In truth, they are four very intelligent men who spend their lives listening and watching and, when they compare notes and thoughts, start seeing more than most do. And what they see is often real and often dangerous.
The leader of the group is a man named Oliver Stone, or so he calls himself now, an homage to the noted film director who has turned a couple of conspiracy theories into blockbusters. In truth his real name is John Carr and he was for many years an assassin for the CIA's mysterious "Triple Six" division. Now he is a crypt keeper at a cemetery and is quietly searching for those who, years before, murdered his wife and stole his daughter.
Reuben Rhodes was an agent for the DIA after serving in the military in Vietnam. When he quit and became a war protester, he became a pariah. Too many years of heavy drug use has made his thoughts suspected by others but the group knows his worth, and he is an accomplished sniper.
Caleb Shaw works a simple job in the Rare Book section of the Library of Congress even though he has two doctorate degrees.
Milton Farb suffers from both paranoia and OCD but is a genius with numbers and has made a fortune at the casinos.
These four men are the Club but there are a few others who might be considered honorary members, including a Secret Service agent name Alex Ford who begins to understand what these men really are and how much they truly know.
The primary aspect of this series is that those who see conspiracies are now laughed at and ignored, but what if they are right?