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May 2012 - L.D.C. Fitzgerald, JFK Novelist

First Lady Jackie Kennedy is greeted by Parisians on May 31, 1961. First Lady Jackie Kennedy and French President Charles DeGaulle at June 1, 1961, dinner in the Hall of Mirrors at the Palace of Versailles. First Lady Jackie Kennedy wore this graceful Givenchy gown to the June 1, 1961 dinner at the Palace of […]

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John F. Kennedy, Jr. pulls on the simulated pearl necklace worn by his mother, first lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, at the White House in Washington in August 1962. For a thrilling fictional account of President Kennedy‘s illustrious life and tragic assassination, check out novel DESTINATION DEALEY: Countdown to the Kennedy Conspiracy.

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JFK, Massachusetts Senator John F. Kennedy, arrives at Morris Harvey College in Charleston on April 11, 1960, to make the opening speech of his West Virginia campaign for president. For a thrilling fictional account of President Kennedy‘s illustrious life and tragic assassination, check out novel DESTINATION DEALEY: Countdown to the Kennedy Conspiracy.

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JFK was voted the greatest political leader with Irish ancestry, ahead of Ronald Reagan second and Obama third, in an online poll of over 4,000 Americans and Brits conducted by YouGov for the genealogy site findmypast.com and its Irish partner, findmypast.ie. Che Guevara, the Latin American revolutionary who also had Irish roots, ranks fourth. The […]

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John F. Kennedy at Jim’s Steak and Spaghetti, 1960. Note on back identifies “Our Phyllis, JFK, David Fox and Ken Hechler.” Three people who posed with then-Sen. John F. Kennedy at Jim’s Steak and Spaghetti House in the Spring of 1960 re-enact the noted portrait. From left, are Phyllis Elkins, who has been a waitress […]

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Fifty-one years ago, JFK vowed to land a man on the moon. In a Special Message to the Congress on Urgent National Needs, President Kennedy declared: “I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to […]

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JFK Novelist, LDC Fitzgerald, recently appeared on Triangle Variety Radio with host Patrick Walters. They discussed the JFK Assassination, and fingered LBJ as a prime suspect. Listen to internet radio with Triangle Variety Radio on Blog Talk Radio   LDC Fitzgerald is the author of a thrilling fictional account of President Kennedy‘s illustrious life and […]

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Rare photos of Marilyn Monroe singing Happy Birthday to JFK – President John F. Kennedy – fifty years ago on May 19, 1962. John F. Kennedy‘s 45th birthday would be ten days after on May 29, 1962. He would be brutally assassinated 18 months later. What if John Kennedy had lived and Jackie Kennedy had […]

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According to the “Globe” it’s true! JFK fathered a love child with superstar Marilyn Monroe. For a thrilling fictional account of President Kennedy‘s illustrious life and tragic assassination, check out novel DESTINATION DEALEY: Countdown to the Kennedy Conspiracy.

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On May 19, 1962, superstar Marilyn Monroe sang a throaty, sensual happy birthday to JFK, then president of the US. John F. Kennedy‘s 45th birthday would be ten days later on May 29, 1962. He would be brutally assassinated 18 months later. For a thrilling fictional account of President Kennedy‘s illustrious life and tragic assassination, […]

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