An enthralling, genre-crossing novel about the Kennedy assassination that weds the thriller to science fiction for an illuminating and surprising examination of what actually happened that day.
As history records it, John F. Kennedy was killed at p.
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But there are far too many matters that history failed to record Charlie Cross woke up late one summer morning in , exactly forty years in his own past. Why he was sent back, and who sent him, are a complete mystery—until he begins to detect differences between the past as he knew it and the one playing out around him; a paradox that could have apocalyptic consequences for both Charlie and his reborn world. There is also a picture showing the silhouette of a man walking away.
April 25, at pm. From that point, roughly two seconds later, JFK lurches forward, his head snaps back…. Often time, the testimony is the opposite what what this page claims. What was noteworthy for me was actually standing EXACTLY where she stood and taking a photo, showing just what the human eye would have seen from the curb to the fence. Seller Inventory ING The writer, Mr Anonymous, has written this short fiction to convince many that this is a true manuscript, complete with an Appendix that purports to contain proofs of involvement in the assassination of JFK in Dallas.
This could well be James Files. To view this picture click here James Files: "When that was over with I wasn't looking behind me to see who was coming or who was running. I remember that when the shots were fired and it was all over I don't care how fast they say the police acted, people were stopped The police officers on the motorcycles, it took them, I'm going to say maybe ten seconds before they even responded to what was happening.
It was like everybody was waiting for someone to tell them what to do. And at that point I started to walk away.
There had been a couple of people in the vicinity that I was in