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JFK Conspiracy Information Research

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posted on Jan, 15 2006 @ 11:40 AM
Can anyone recommend either books or movies relating to JFK, his time in the White House and his assassination (with a conspiratorial viewpoint, of course)?

I want to do some more research and I thought this would be the best place to come to gather ideas for materials.

I'm especially interested in his involvement with Cuba and his assassination.

Thank you!

posted on Jan, 15 2006 @ 02:30 PM

I would think your best bet on getting good answers on this would be Mayet. She appears to have a comprehensive list of sources she is pulling from in her Green Man thread.

I don't have near as many sources to provide on this as she probably will, as I have only recently delved into this area of research myself (and only by happenstance at that!)

Of immense help to me has been these sites:

The Dallas Morning News' photo store section on JFK assassination. You can spend hours staring at the photos taken of that day (and they also have a lot of photos of Oswald after he was arrested):

Here is the webpage that has all the frames of the Zapruder film. It has been very helpful to me:

The parent site of that page has a good compendium of research:

This one I LOVE because it is a collection of newspaper articles that ran immediately after the assassination!

Those are the ones I've relied heavily on. As I said before, I think Mayet's list of sources she is tapping is probably going to be much, much longer. At least when she replies we'll have a fairly exhaustive list of references!!!

posted on Jan, 15 2006 @ 08:36 PM
YOu may to also contact MaynardsThirdEye.
He did a lot of the threads in the jfk-assassinataion tags, like the ones that are numbered. I seem to remember he is a diehard JFK conspiracy buff.

posted on Jan, 16 2006 @ 12:06 AM

Originally posted by DontTreadOnMe
YOu may to also contact MaynardsThirdEye.
He did a lot of the threads in the jfk-assassinataion tags, like the ones that are numbered. I seem to remember he is a diehard JFK conspiracy buff.

Wow, thanks for remembering me. I was off the forum for quite some time because, after the site was revamped, I could no longer log in with my old username and password. So now I've decided to just completely start a new account.

Anyway, my articles are here:

The Kennedy Assassination: Background

The Single Bullet Theory

The Shot(s) to the Head

The Autopsy Photos and X-Rays

The Case Against Lee Harvey Oswald

The Zapruder Film

posted on Jan, 16 2006 @ 08:44 AM
Thank you all so much!

I really appreciate the help!

posted on Jan, 16 2006 @ 05:59 PM
Bernard Bane The Bane in Kennedy's Existence
Jim Bishop The Day Kennedy Was Shot
G. Robert Blakely Fatal Hour
& Richard Billings
Sid Blumenthal Government By Gunplay
Ray "Tex" Brown Broken Silence
Walt Brown Treachery in Dallas
Walt Brown The People vs. Lee Harvey Oswald
Walt Brown The JFK Assassination Quiz Book
Thomas Buchanan Who Killed Kennedy?
Bob Callahan Who Shot JFK?: A Guide To major Conspiracy Theories
John Craig & Philip Rogers The Man on the Grassy Knoll
Charles Crenshaw MD JFK: Conspiracy of Silence
Jean Davidson Oswald's Game
John Davis Mafia Kingfish
Don Delillo Libra
James Duffy Who Killed JFK?
Michael H.B. Eddowes Khrushchev Killed Kennedy
Edward J. Epstein Inquest
Bernard Fensterwald Jr. Coincidence or Conspiracy?
James Fetzer Murder in Dealey Plaza
James Fetzer Great Zapruder Film Hoax
Gaeton Fonzi The Last Investigation
Sylvan Fox The Unanswered Questions About President
Kennedy's Assassination
Donald Freed & Mark Lane Executive Action
Stewart Galanor Cover-Up
Jim Garrison On Trail of the Assassins
Jim Garrison The Star Spangled Contract
Elmer Gertz Moment of Madness
Robert J. Groden The Killing of a President
Robert Groden
& Peter Model JFK: The Case For Conspiracy
Robert J, Groden & High Treason
Harrison Livingstone
Jean Hill & Bill Sloan JFK: The Last Dissenting Witness
Denice Holz Conspiracy in Dallas
James Hosty Assignment Oswald
Henry Hurt Reasonable Doubt
Rosemary James & Plot or Politics?
Jack Wardlaw
Penn Jones Jr. Forgive My Grief (several in this series)
Seth Kantor Who Was Jack Ruby?
Seth Kantor The Ruby Cover-Up
Donald Kimball Assassination 2
Ray & Mary La Fontaine Oswald Talked
Mark Lane Plausible Denial
Mark Lane Rush To Judgment
Sybil Leek & Bert Sugar The Assassination Chain
David Lifton Best Evidence
Harrison Livingstone Killing The Truth
Harrison Livingstone High Treason #2
Liberty Lobby JFK: The Mystery Unraveled
Barr McClellan Blood, Money, & Power
Hugh McDonald Appointment in Dallas
Hugh McDonald & Robin Moore LBJ and the JFK Conspiracy
Jim Marrs Crossfire
Sylvia Meagher Accessories After The Fact
Philip Melanson Spy Saga: Lee Harvey Oswald & U.S. Intelligence
Bonar Menninger Mortal Error
Jim Moore Conspiracy of One
Robert Morrow First Hand Knowledge
Robert D. Morrow Betrayal
Mark North Act of Treason
Carl Oglesby The JFK Assassination: The facts and the Theories
Carl Oglesby Who Killed JFK?
Charles Roberts The Truth About The Assassination
Craig Roberts & JFK: The Dead Witnesses
John Armstrong
Dick Russell The Man Who Knew Too Much
Robert Samanson They've Killed The President
Gary Savage JFK: First Day Evidence
David Scheim Contract on America
Gary Shaw & Lenny Harris Cover-Up
Anthony Summers Conspiracy
Josiah Thompson Six Second in Dallas
Harold Weisberg Whitewash (several in this series)
Harold Weisberg Post Mortem
Harold Weisberg Photographic Whitewash
Harold Weisberg Case Open
James DiEugenio Destiny Betrayed
Craig I. Zirbel The Texas Connection

This is by no means all the books ever released, i may have missed some but it will keep you reading for a few months at least BH.

[edit on 16-1-2006 by Mayet]

posted on Jan, 16 2006 @ 07:02 PM
Joan Mellen's "A Farewell to Justice"

posted on Aug, 1 2008 @ 03:28 PM
Hello! In my opinion the 2 best JFK books are "Mafia Kingfish" by Davis and "Dr. Mary's Monkey" by Hasslam! These 2 books really helped shape my viewpoint on the whole truth of the conspiracy! I am a truth seeker!

posted on Nov, 23 2008 @ 10:02 PM
Yes! These two books cover a lot of ground. But there is more buried in some vault somewhere...but remember the secret government that took control still has control.

posted on Apr, 3 2010 @ 04:34 PM
Mayet mentioned it, and although it is fiction, it's a great book: Libra by Don Delillo. It is a fascinating account of what could have happened. I think Delillo is not too far off the mark.

posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 06:05 PM


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posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 06:18 PM
I appreciate you starting this thread. I've been interested in finding the truth about JFK for the past couple of years. As mentioned in the list of books above, Jim Marrs is a good source of info on the subject, but there are so many more that I haven't found. Also, if you go to Google videos and search JFK, you'll get a great number of vids to watch, and many of them differ in their assessment of what the truth is. I'll definitely be following your thread here to help further my research.

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