Monday, January 29, 2007

The Kennedy assassination....
a new theory.

Many theories have been put forward concerning the events that transpired during a Presidential motorcade in Dallas,TX November 22nd 1963.
None have ever considered the possibility that John.F.Kennedy did not die on that fateful day.

It is our contention, here at the Daniel.E.Locke.United.States.Institute.Of.National.Archival.Legacy.that,in the light of new evidence, President and Mrs Kennedy swapped clothes before boarding that midnight blue 1961 Lincoln.

Bullshit! I hear you say. Please, reserve your judgment until after you have seen the evidence.
At this point we at the Institute want to put aside the question of Aristotle Onassis, and how he would feel had he lived to see our theory validated.......
a little sheepish we would imagine.

Jack steadies his nerves with a cuppa' in the nurses' break-room at Parkland Hospital.
That Chanel wool suit still sporting a skull fragment, looks pretty tight across the shoulders there Jack.

Nurse Cratchett confronts Jack after seeing him exiting the men's room.
Are we coming un-tucked there Jack?

Here we see our boy consulting with renowned plastics expert Dr. Nat Mengele.
Fixing that tuck Jack?

Doc Mengele has a small private clinic outside of Rio de Janeiro.
Here we see him with one of his surrogate mothers.

Earlier theories have hinted at possible Mob involvement......
Here gangster Al Mascapone is seen threatening Jack.
Can you say...... Grassy Knoll?

Jack is plied with liquor...... possibly by Johnson's man, although getting Jack to trip up wouldn't serve LBJ's presidential ambitions.

Mascapone and his Moll comfort Mrs Ruby, a street performer who was attacked by a grief-stricken mob, who saw her mimed performance of a person fighting with an umbrella on a windy day, as some sort of signal to the assassin.
Mrs Ruby, who after finding herself strangely attracted to the First Lady begins to question her sexuality and soon leaves her husband for a female sanitation worker.
Her husband, Jack Ruby, blames Lee Harvey Oswald for his misfortune and soon settles his hash.
Meanwhile.... loosened up, Jack, renowned womanizer can't keep his hands off himself.

Nurse Cratchett and her husband Bob get chief anesthesiologist Dr Howard Stern to negotiate with Jack on their behalf.
They would soon be accompanying the Presidential remains to Bethesda, before flying on to Rio, where they would end their days lobotomized and drooling, in an empty wing of Mengele's clinic.

Jack receives a piece of advice from Howard, "Put your gloves on, your hands are a dead give-away".

Jackie is grilled by the FBI and someone from the Justice Dept.
They ask her if she would like to clean up and change her clothes,
she refuses...... now we know why.