Dubious History

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To tell you the truth, I do not like it very much myself... Owsley's team surmised that the boy was likely an indentured servant who was abused, killed, and then awkwardly buried so no one would learn how he died. Unfortunately no one guessed the correct answer, but we thank you for your very good attempts. Up until that moment, I had always believed that Oswald was the lone gunman, but if there was a conspiracy to kill Oswald, surely that suggested a conspiracy to kill JFK as well.

Pages: 552

Publisher: ElcaMedia Publishing; First Edition edition (September 15, 2011)

ISBN: 9081653121

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