Category Archives: Interesting Facts

JFK’s Driver…

I first became interested in the assassination of John F. Kennedy on November 21, 2011. I was listening to my favorite radio program, Coast To Coast AM, with George Noory. George was interviewing Barry Ernest, author of The Girl on the Stairs: My Search For A Missing Witness To The Assassination Of John F. Kennedy.

Needless to say, I was fascinated, infuriated and hooked on the caper.  Since then I have read several books regarding JFK’s murder and several other books that touch on it.  In the later category Behold A Pale Horse by Milton William Cooper.  Cooper says was convinced that JFK’s driver was at least one of the shooters/murderers.  He said to watch the Zapruder film and only look at the driver.  He said that if you pay attention to the driver only, you will see him turn around and shoot JFK.

Well, I did as instructed above. At first it did look like the driver, Bill Greer, turns around and shoots him.  However, now I’m not so sure.

What do you think? have a look at around the 30-31 second mark.

 

Charles G. Dawes…

is the only vice-president and Nobel Peace Prize winner with a No. 1 pop hit in both Britain and America.

Dawes “was a self-taught pianist and composer whose 1912 ‘Melody in A Major‘ was given words in 1951 to become the popular song titled ‘It’s All In The Game.’  Recorded by countless artists who ranged from Nat King Cole to Donny & Marie Osmand, it made Dawes the only vice-president and Nobel Peace Prize winner with a No. 1 pop hit in both Britain and America.”  (Al Capone: His Life, Legacy and Legend by Deirdre Bair, page 175)