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JFK, Lee Oswald, and Jack Ruby

The forty-eight hours from noon on Friday, 11/22/1963, to noon Sunday, 11/24/1963, represent the most critical events in American history since Booth shot Lincoln in Ford Theater on Good Friday, April 14, 1865. 176 more words

Infamy

Alibi Interrupted is free to download today.

Quick! Stop what you’re doing and head over to Amazon right now to download your free copy of J.L. Pattison’s new release,¬†Alibi Interrupted.

All I ask in return is that you leave me a review on Amazon when you’re done reading it. 116 more words

Writing

The Panic at JFK

Two Sundays ago, there was chaos at John F. Kennedy International Airport. There were stampedes of people in two separate terminals, in the Customs/Immigration arrival area and spilling out onto the tarmac. 769 more words

New York

Flying out to New York

The time is currently 10.16 a.m. ET, as I’m typing the first few paragraphs of my very first blog post. I’m currently having cramps in the flight to New York. 1,002 more words

An Anniversary of Death - Poetry

Red fragments on the highway; down there where the sun is too hot. Watch it frame by frame over and over lest we forget and how can we forget the day hate gunned down faith. 8 more words
The Right To Be Ourselves

my first solo-backpacking experience

the morning.

Ok. So, I just recently got home from my first solo-backpacking trip to Europe–at 24.

And let me tell you, it was as amazing, scary, beautiful, mind-blowing, boundary-pushing, nerve-wracking, soul-searching and exciting as you might have guessed it would be. 1,365 more words

The Innocence of Oswald: 50+ Years of Lies, Deception & Deceit in the Murders of President John F. Kennedy and Officer J.D. Tippit-Gary Fannin

As November slowly approaches this year, the anniversary of one of America’s darkest moments will be upon us once again as we remember the tragic death of the late John F. 553 more words