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The Letter JFK Wrote His Secret Lover Before He Died

President John F. Kennedy was notorious for being a bit of a philanderer, most famously with Marilyn Monroe. Per Irish Central, in 2016 a letter thought to be from Kennedy to the artist Mary Pinchot Meyer, a family friend with whom Kennedy may have been having an affair, went up for auction. Kennedy wrote the letter, which was never sent, in 1963, just before he was shot and killed while riding in a presidential motorcade in Dallas, Texas. Meyer and Kennedy reportedly met when Kennedy's...

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    The Letter JFK Wrote His Secret Lover Before He Died

    The Letter JFK Wrote His Secret Lover Before He Died

    President John F. Kennedy was notorious for being a bit of a philanderer, most famously with Marilyn Monroe. Per Irish Central, in 2016 a letter thought to be from Kennedy to the artist Mary Pinchot Meyer, a family friend with whom Kennedy may have been having an affair, went up for auction. Kennedy wrote the letter, which was never sent, in 1963, just before...

    Disturbing Details Found In John F. Kennedy's Autopsy Report

    Disturbing Details Found In John F. Kennedy's Autopsy Report

    After shots rang out in Dallas's Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963, the entire trajectory of American history changed In a matter of seconds. John F. Kennedy, the charismatic 35th President of the United States, was assassinated at the age of 46. Just hours after the president's death, an autopsy was performed and its findings were recorded...

    What it was really like witnessing JFK's assassination

    What it was really like witnessing JFK's assassination

    On November 22, 1963, a sunny, autumn day in Dallas, Texas, turned into one the darkest chapters in American history when President John F. Kennedy was struck down by an assassin's bullet. Riding in an open-top limousine with First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, Texas Governor John Connally, and Connally's wife Nellie, the 46-year-old president was on...

    The JFK Theory That Would Change Everything

    The JFK Theory That Would Change Everything

    John F. Kennedy's first presidential term came to an abrupt, tragic, and shocking end on November 22, 1963, when he was shot in the head as he rode in a motorcade through Dealey Plaza while on a campaigning tour in Dallas, Texas. He was pronounced dead under an hour later at Parkland Memorial Hospital. The shocking assassination of the 35th president...

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