Frank Sinatra, “Suddenly”, and the JFK Assassination

Suddenly is a 1954 film directed by Lewis Allen which depicts an assassination attempt on the life of the President of the United States. Produced just nine years prior to the JFK assassination, it is impossible to not draw some comparisons, no matter how minor. But it runs a little deeper with this film starring Frank Sinatra…

“Halloween Twenty-Fifteen”: That’s a Wrap!

It is now November, so I just wanted to say that’s a wrap on “Halloween Twenty-Fifteen”, the column I started back in September to lead up to my favorite holiday. There were 40 installments including this one, covering paranormal investigations, creepy legends, and also horror movie reviews. I hope everyone enjoyed it, and I will…

“The Men Who Killed Kennedy” and My Fascination Rekindled

I watched the Zapruder film 30 times the other day. Not the entire 26-second clip in its entirety, just focusing on the parts where President John F. Kennedy was visibly hit by bullets. I thought maybe after all these years, I would finally see something I never noticed. I took out a notebook and began…

Visiting Dealey Plaza will Leave You More Confused About JFK Conspiracies

Not that I was expecting to “solve the case” by visiting Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas this week, but I was indeed hoping for some additional clarification just by immersing myself in the surroundings. I personally believe there was a conspiracy, that Oswald was not the lone gunman, but that’s pretty much all I believe….

Camelot in Smithereens: My Take on the JFK Assassination

Few events in history allow the witnesses to never forget them. Time heals all wounds, and eventually, warps the memory. But for those who were alive and old enough to remember the events of November 22, 1963, the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, the memory lives on. Julie Shutter was an…