Archive | Guy Banister

Did a Vicksburg, Mississippi Detective Know Too Much About Assassination Plans of JFK?

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Why shouldn’t truth be stranger than fiction? Fiction, after all, has to make sense. –Mark Twain Infamous location of New Orleans JFK assassination connection I believe there is a Mississippi link to the assassination of Presideent John F. Kennedy. I think that a Vicksburg private detective was killed because he walked into the planning center and […]

Judyth Vary Baker was forced into early retirement from life.

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Can you imagine going into hiding as your early retirement plan? Recently I read a great true story about a woman who really hasn’t been allowed to have a typical life — the kind of life where you develop a career, marry and raise a family and then retire with your husband. It started out […]

JFK Assassination Author, John Beviliqua, Thanks Colleagues For Research Efforts

John Bevilaqua, authorJFK – The Final Solution (Red Scares, White Power and Blue Death) Let’s hear it for the proverbial ‘Bull in the China Shop’, yours truly, without whose persistence, this entire JFK Conundrum could have gone on for yet another 50 years. And let us thank John Simkin for opening up this thread again […]

50th Anniversary of JFK Assassination: Author of The Plan: A Novel Speaks Out On Assassination Conspiracies, Oswald, Eastland, Banister

“On the assassination of John F. Kennedy? The American media failed us. They were compromised, frightened, incompetent, greedy (pick one or all) and still fight to keep us from learning the truth — because they screwed up. Check out what journalists around the world have reported over the years. Only American journalists keep pumping up […]

Names Sometimes Associated With JFK Assassination Found in Mississippi Sovereignty Commission Files

Looking for names sometimes associated for various reasons with the JFK assassination?? Well, I can’t say look no further — because I have the ultimate guide. However — Here’s a partial list of some pretty interesting names that can be found in the Mississippi Sovereignty Commission files. (I will update this list as I run […]

Novemember Reminds Me of JFK’s Assassination; A Day Too Hard To Forget

Susan Klopfer is the author of Who Killed Emmett Till? and other books on the history of the modern civil rights movement in the Mississippi Delta. Her new book, The Plan, is a historical fiction novel based on the murders of John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, and other less known civil rights heroes. Readers are taken […]

Searching for Information on John D. Sullivan

Cold weather is great for reading books. And I’ve been holed up for the past week doing just that while trying to learn more about John D. Sullivan, a Vicksburg, Miss. private detective and former FBI agent, who “committed suicide” Oct. 23, 1966, three years after the assassination of JFK. ——————El tiempo frío es grande […]