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JFK: The Dead Witnesses





Here's a book that tells, as Paul Harvey would say, "the rest of the story!" After you've read "Kill Zone", you owe it to yourself to read "JFK, the Dead Witnesses". A mathematician was hired by The London Sunday Times in February 1967 to conduct a statistical profile on the probability of 18 witnesses connected to the JFK Assassination, having died in so short a period of time. He concluded that the probability was one hundred thousand trillion to one! As of January 1995 the list has grown to over 115... Even taking into account that some of the deaths would have occurred from natural causes, the circumstances surrounding the deaths of many of these people give you pause to consider the alternative. Follow the trail of dead bodies from the most obvious, Lee Harvey Oswald, and Jack Ruby, to several that stand the hair up on the back of your neck. Consider the death of Army Capt. Michael D. Groves who was in charge of the Honor Guard for the Kennedy's funeral. He died on 3 December 1963 one week later while sitting at the supper table... by simply falling over in his plate. The honor guard had been practicing for a presidential funeral 3 days prior to the assassination! This book is a wealth of information for JFK conspiracy researchers. It takes each witness individually (in chronological order of their death), and points out their relevance to the happenings of 22 November 1963 and the aftermath. Read about such notable personalities as syndicated columnist Dorothy Kilgallen who had interviewed Jack Ruby privately and was supposedly going to "blow the case wide open"... died of a drug and alcohol overdose within hours of submitting her last column. Her personal friend, confidant and supposed recipient of Kilgallen's notes, Mrs. Earl Smith died of a cerebral hemorrhage three days after Dorothy's death... at the advanced age of 45! Read about such notables as J. Edgar Hoover and Lyndon Johnson who had much to gain personally from the demise of President Kennedy. How about Jimmy Hoffa's disappearance? ... Or Congressman Hale Boggs, the only dissenting member of the Warren Commission who refused to sign the Warren Report until just before it was submitted... and who disappeared on an airplane flight in Alaska in 1972. Here's a book that will entertain you for hours and either enlighten you or confirm your worst fears.


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