posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 02:36 PM
reply to post by Kilgour
I too have mulled over this theory a time or two.....Tho I've always been a big Jackie fan, there are some nagging details that have stuck out for
Of course she was not given a gun powder residue test.....but I certainly imagine that any other wife that had been sitting next to her dead,
philandering husband, would have been looked at a bit more keenly by investigators....? ( at that point she knew about his affair(s) and they were not
on the best of terms...)
She insisted on wearing the blood soaked and brain spattered suit and stockings back to Washington, even though she was offered the chance to change
out of them.....At the time the reason she gave for keeping it on seemed 'reasonable' enough.....but a few years later on I read something that
One of the maids on the Onassis yacht gave a magazine interview in which she detailed how Jackie insisted on having her bedsheets changed twice each
day. Once in the morning and again after her afternoon nap....she would not sleep twice on the same sheets, not even those only slightly rumpled
from a short nap!
......So how in the name of ? did someone that can't stand mussed sheets, stand to travel back to DC in clothes that had to be
sticky and smell from that much blood splatter??....Could she have had a reason other than the one she gave??
Later I saw on a program about presidential archives that the 'Dallas suit' had been thought lost, but had been found boxed up and stored. As I
recall, it seems that it had been cleaned before storing and the matching gloves were missing..
Another bit that has bugged me ( and is almost never mentioned ), was her video taped interview by the FBI as a 'witness' to JFK's assassination.
......It was locked in a safe and is not to be shown until both of her children have been dead for 50 years!! Even if it is a very graphic recount of
Jack's assassination, why the need for such secrecy??!