posted on Nov, 23 2013 @ 05:08 AM
I have met Judyth and had seen The Love Affair part 3 of The Men Who Killed Kennedy about 10 years ago on The History Channel.
As I heard her speak and read ME and LEE, (now in paperback and hardback Trineday.com in Oregon is the publisher), I kept thinking that she may have
been one to find a cure for cancer but she was told to be vanilla girl and never say she had worked on cancer research.
She boldly spoke out decades after the JFK killing because as she says: I needed to clear the name of my true love, Oswald. He was a man who knew
literature and poetry, not the rapscallion history paints hm as being.
You need to read Dr. Mary's Monkey, referenced earlier, also published by TrineDay.com - it is amazing the number of coincidences and synchronicity
that led Haslam to write the book. History needs to be re-written after the pioneer works of Haslam and Baker. Dr. Mary Sherman's death was a
mystery - she had worked on the cancer research with Baker and Oswald...did she die in front of a particle beam accelerator?
One of the rare comic incidents in the Me and Lee book is when Judyth actually hitch hiked to a major scientific conference on cancer and managed to
be allowed into it probably the youngest person there (she jiggled her breasts to attract the bus driver to stop for her - listen up ladies, next time
you need a lift to a sea changing event!).