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Title: What Really Happened? JFK: Five Hundred One ...
Publisher: Ponderosa Press, Spring Branch, Texas, U.S.A.
Publication Date: 1992
Binding: Illustrated Paper
Illustrator: Illustrated with Photographs
Book Condition: Fine in Trade Paperback
Dust Jacket Condition: No Dustjacket
Edition: Stated First Edition.
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One of the most complex mysteries in world history is the assassination of President John Kennedy. More than thirty years after his death we still don't know what really happened. From careful research using over 25 sources and over a span of more than fifteen years the author, formerly employed by the Central Intelligence Agency, has selected 501 questions, both frequently asked and one-of-a-kind. Examples: What prominent world-figure claimed to not remember where he was on the day of the murder? What was deleted to cause the 18-minute gap on the Watergate tape? Why did Jacqueline Kennedy climb out onto the trunk of the limousine? What were the odds against 18 material witnesses being dead within 39 months of the assassination?
Written in easy-to-read stle this book asks, then answers the questions and ends by giving the reference to which the reader wishing more information may go. One-hundred and fifty photographs of people and scenes involved with the Kennedy murder add interest to the book.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
"Not only is the book fascinating to read, but it also helps the reader understand the cast of characters involved in the murder of the century. Without knowing the characters, it is virtually impossible to unravel this mystery.
"This book is a must-read and a very important addition to anyone's collection of assassination books. . . . it certainly would have made my job easier with Oliver Stone in the making of the movie 'JFK' if I had had this book with me as a research guide on the set. . . . "
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