The End of Camelot
Dealey Plaza is a story about people and events surrounding John
Fitzgerald Kennedy's life, his Presidency, his assassination, and the
conspiracy theories about his death swirling like vortexes spinning
round-and-round-and-round. The book describes the end of Camelot
and what it meant to society.
This book will blow your mind. It delves into the inner psyche of Lee
Harvey Oswald and his tumultuous relationship with his wife Marina. It
touches on the lives of those at Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963, the
newspaper reporters, the police.
The life of Lee Harvey Oswald is analyzed and portrayed as he moves
from place-to-place. The book is as much about understanding Lee Harvey
Oswald as it is about JFK and his life.
The role of Jim Garrison the New Orleans District Attorney who charged
that the CIA, Clay Shaw, David Ferrie, Lee Harvey Oswald, and others were
conspiring to kill JFK is reviewed in great detail.
The CIA's and JFK's plans to kill Fidel Castro are noted along with how
the Mafia, Jimmy Hoffa, Fidel Castro and others wanted JFK dead.
The book is dedicated to Emory Roberts, who was my neighbor in
Wheaton, Maryland and was in charge of the Secret Service detail that
fateful day at Dealey Plaza and was in the back-up car when JFK was shot.
This book is for anyone who wants to learn about, review or reassess
the Kennedy years, his death, and understand things that transpired
surrounding his death since November 22, 1963.
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