Incredible footage has emerged of Jackie Kennedy’s 1957 appearance on a talk show called Home, hosted by legendary TV personality Arlene Francis. The shy and soft-spoken 28-year-old describes what it is like to be married to Massachusetts Senator John F. Kennedy and the camera follows her on domestic errands and around the couple’s Georgetown home. […]

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Belief in JFK Conspiracy Declining: A clear majority of Americans still suspect there was a conspiracy behind President John F. Kennedy‘s assassination, but the percentage who believe accused shooter Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone is at its highest level since the mid-1960s, according to a new Associated Press-GfK poll. According to the AP-GfK survey, conducted […]

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The house where Lee Harvey Oswald lived when he was arrested and charged with killing President Kennedy will soon be up for sale. The residence at 1026 North Beckley Ave. in Dallas should attract some interest, as it has for half a century. Oswald rented an elfin room there for a few months in 1963. […]

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JFK Assassination Suspects – Marina Oswald Marina Oswald New Historical Thriller Saving Jackie K contains many scenes with accused assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald. But the novel also takes a look at his young bride, a woman whom he married in Russia and brought to the United States. Marina Prusakova was born in Molotovsk, Russia in […]

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Mrs. Ruth Hyde Paine Suspect JFK Assassination Suspects – Ruth Paine In 1963, Mrs. Ruth Paine was living in Irving, Texas in a tiny white ranch house dwarfed by a sprawling live oak tree on the front lawn. The mini-kitchen inside contained not only a stove and refrigerator, but also a washing machine and ironing […]

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JFK Assassination Suspects – J.D. Tippit Dallas Police Officer Dallas Police Officer J.D. Tippit Born in Clarksville, Texas in 1924, Police Officer J.D. Tippit was a devoted family man, a husband, and a father of three. At the age of twenty, as World War II battled on, Tippit enlisted in the army and earned a […]

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Fantastic video of JFK‘s Presidential Yacht, Honey Fitz, now restored for charitable use. When Kennedy entered the Oval Office, he acquired and renamed the presidential yacht, previously used by Eisenhower. He called her Honey Fitz—the nickname of his beloved maternal grandfather, John Francis Fitzgerald, a two-time mayor of Boston. And as Kennedy enjoyed the yacht […]

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Jackie Kennedy Fashion Icon Saving Jackie K is an action-adventure novel that springs from a dark premise – what if the political assassins killed Jacqueline Kennedy instead of her husband? In the real world, Jacqueline Kennedy was renowned as a fashion icon for women all over the world. She retained French-born American fashion designer and […]

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JFK Assassination Suspects – Lee Harvey Oswald JFK Assassination Suspects – Lee Harvey Oswald On October 18, 1939, a boy who would become infamous was born in New Orleans to a recent widow. Lee Harvey Oswald’s father had died two months before his birth, forsaking him to a virtually unsupervised childhood as the youngest of […]

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Jack Ruby New novel Saving Jackie K discusses the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Lee Harvey Oswald was accused of murdering JFK, but didn’t live to stand trial. Jack Ruby gunned him down two days after his arrest. Who was Ruby? Was he involved in a conspiracy? Why did he kill Oswald? Born in […]

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