JFK‘s personal fragrance, “Eight & Bob,” has been brought back since its disappearance during World War II, and will be distributed in the US ahead of the 50th anniversary of JFK‘s assassination in November 1963. While visiting France as a college student in 1937, John F. Kennedy spoke with a local perfumer about a scent […]

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A Manhattan man known as ‘Nick Beef’ owns the cemetery plot next to notorious alleged assassin Lee Harvey Oswald. For years, conspiracy theorists and sightseers have located the grave of Lee Harvey Oswald by finding the simple headstone next door, marked Nick Beef. Not wanting the cemetery to be a tourist spot, cemetery staff are […]

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An enhanced, colorized version of a photo of a young Bill Clinton shaking hands with JFK in July 1963 is sweeping the internet. Bill Clinton shook hands with President Kennedy on July 24, 1963 in the Rose Garden of the White House. He was in Washington, D.C. as a delegate from Arkansas to the Boys […]

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In a moving tribute to late President John F. Kennedy, the citizens of Dallas are sharing the speech he never had a chance to give – one word at a time. Kennedy was riding in his motorcade through Dallas on his way to the Dallas Trade Mart to deliver this speech, when he was gunned […]

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Classic! JFK swings a golf club in coral pants during a family vacation in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts in July of 1963. Newly-released video footage shows former president John F. Kennedy vacationing with his family in 1963, four months before his assassination. Sadly, JFK‘s reign as president ended later that year on November 22, 1963, when […]

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50 years ago at the White House, John F. Kennedy (JFK) met with Betty Miller, the first woman to cross the Pacific Ocean on a solo mission, who introduced him to her copilot, a troll doll named “Dammit.” She made the historic flight in 1963. Specifically, she flew from Oakland, California to Brisbane, Australia, to […]

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Newly-released video footage shows former president John F. Kennedy vacationing with his family in 1963, four months before his assassination. Jacqueline Kennedy and the couple’s children, Caroline and John Jr., make appearances in the silent film. The family is seen boating, swimming and playing golf near Hyannis Port, Massachusetts. The footage, released by the John […]

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Jackie Kennedy became a fashion icon and inspiration to millions when she became First Lady in 1961. Her approach to style helped transition out of the uncomfortable fashions of the fifties, like tight waists, full skirts and elaborate hairdos, to the simple elegance of the sixties, with sleek shifts, pillbox hats and casual hair. Here […]

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As the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy‘s assassination nears, the wedding band of shooter Lee Harvey Oswald is going up for auction. Oswald‘s gold wedding band will be auctioned in Boston on October 24–one week after what would have been the alleged assassin’s 74th birthday. The ring will be accompanied by a five-page […]

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KANSAS CITY, Missouri – A bit of Kennedy family history is on display now at Union Station. As part of its “Real Pirates” exhibit, John F. Kennedy Jr.’s compass is on display. The navigational device is drawing a lot of attention, as this week marks the 14th anniversary of the plane crash that killed JFK […]

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