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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 […]

Who Knew What Before Freedom Summer

Months before the murders of Michael Schwerner, Andrew Goodman and James Chaney Mississippi Sovereignty Commission officials were talking about “doing something about the outsiders.” Here’s a fascinating memo sent to the head of the Commission by Vicksburg detective John D. Sullivan who did investigative work for the state-funded spy organization. Interestingly, a year before this […]

Two New eBooks Announced By Emmett Till Author; First, an eBook About Retirement, Second, a Novel About Two Murdered Lawyers and a Murdered Detective Who Knew Too Much

Churches of the Mississippi Delta; secrets remain Here are two news release I am sending out today; I wanted to share both with my blog readers. One is about a new eBook I will be releasing in January on retirement, and the other regards a new eBook I will be releasing in May that is […]

Remembering JFK on Nov. 22 – Do you still think Oswald did it? Most people do not…

Remembering President John F. Kennedy Today on  Thanksgiving, I am taking time to reflect back to the fall of 1963 and the murder of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, this country‚Äôs first Catholic president.  We simply cannot forget this tragic event. Do you remember where you were when the news came out of Dallas?  I was in an Eastern […]