Ron Hood of Ron’s Amazing Stories recently sat down with LDC Fitzgerald, author of JFK novel, DESTINATION DEALEY: Countdown to the Kennedy Conspiracy. Listen to the interview here: Interview with Ron’s Amazing Stories Here is what the host had to say about the novel: A Thrill Ride Through Time, Space and History Destination Dealey: Countdown […]

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A 1-2 million dollar project is planned to renovate Dealey Plaza–site of the JFK assassination–in time for the fiftieth anniversary in November 2013. According to the architect in charge of the project: Two fairly significant changes are planned. A large component of the work will be the restoration of the landscape to its 1963 condition. […]

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JFK and Jackie in candid photobooth shots. What if the snipers missed JFK and killed Jackie Kennedy instead? Read the daring new novel that flips the JFK assassination on its head! Check out blockbuster new novel DESTINATION DEALEY: Countdown to the Kennedy Conspiracy. e-Book now on sale for $2.99 !

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JFK Novelist LDC Fitzgerald recently appeared on the Lenny and John Show. The hosts engaged in a heated debate on how you pronounce Dealey Plaza – the fateful location where JFK was shot. Is it DEELEY plaza, or DALEY? Listen to the show to find out! JFK Novelist on the Lenny and John Show From […]

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In a West Berlin speech on June 26, 1963, Kennedy uttered his legendary phrase, “Ich bin ein Berliner” – “I am a Berliner” to a crowd of over one hundred thousand. His words were a reference to “all free men, wherever they may live” and underscored support for West Berliners, living in a democratic citadel […]

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On June 23, 1963, future Nobel Peace Prize winner Martin Luther King, Jr. led the “March to Freedom” in Detroit to promote an end to racial segregation. Dr. King was then in the midst of a tour from California to New York. His Detroit stop proved the tour’s biggest success with crowds of 125,000. The […]

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Sadly, legendary sports artist LeRoy Neiman passed away yesterday. We celebrate his life with his image of Marilyn Monroe singing happy birthday to JFK. On May 19, 1962 Madison Square Garden was filled with more than seventeen thousand well-wishers honoring President John F. Kennedy on his forty-fifth birthday. LeRoy Neiman’s remarkable serigraph freezes this historic […]

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On June 20, 1940, future President John F. Kennedy, JFK, graduates from Harvard College with a Bachelors of Science cum laude in international affairs. In 1940 Kennedy completed his thesis, “Appeasement in Munich”, about British participation in the Munich Agreement. The thesis became a bestseller under the title “Why England Slept.” What if the snipers […]

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JFK Photos in honor of Father’s Day. Senator John F. Kennedy with daughter Caroline in 1958. President Kennedy claps along as his children Caroline and John Junior dance, in the Oval Office. JFK and son in the Oval Office. What if the snipers missed JFK and killed Jackie Kennedy instead? Read the daring new novel […]

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On June 15, 1935, JFK graduated from The Choate School in Connecticut. When Kennedy entered Choate, his older brother, Joe Jr., had already been attending for two years, a football star and leading student. Jack spent his first years at Choate in his brother’s shadow, and compensated for this with rebellious behavior that attracted a […]

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