Today marks fifty-four years since President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. I believe it was a pivotal point in American history. For me, it was the beginning of our loss of innocence as a country. I also feel as though it was the advent of corruption and the decline of integrity in the White House. In fact, most of our political system has deteriorated.
At any rate, in remembrance of of the events of that day, “View From the Sixth Floor: An Oswald Tale” is on sale on Amazon Kindle for $.99 through November 24th. You can also enter a drawing to win a FREE signed copy of the book on my webpage. The links follow.
When I started writing this book it was primarily to present a different angle on the assassination of President John Kennedy on November 22, 1963 on the streets of Dallas, Texas. For years I had believed the shooting was a conspiracy and believed it was likely accused assassin Lee Harvey Oswald was innocent. I’m not an historian and while I read extensively about the events of that bright fall day, I was in no way qualified to state anything other than my opinion. Left with no other way to put my ideas out there I began to think about alternatives. Suppose someone knew the truth? I actually think there may be a few people still alive who do know the truth. Suppose one of those people was identified by a government that was desperate to keep the secrets of that long ago day? That was how “View From the Sixth…
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What a super blog. I was in college at that time.
Thank you! I was in elementary school, but I remember it like it was yesterday. I watched every minute. I saw Oswald assassinated. I watched JFK’s funeral. It was so unreal. My mother was Irish Catholic, so you can imagine the impact it had on her. It was almost like the Pope died. (I remember the Cuban missile crisis, too. Now I’m really dating myself!)