A JFK REPORTER?
Dorothy Kilgallen was the greatest
female journalist who ever lived. She had the power to jump-start a career or
the power to ruin a career.
Kilgallen ruled journalism from
the 1930's to the 1960's. She started her career writing an advice column, she
would later specialize in crime.
Kilgallen left the crime beat
to focus on entertainment journalism. She reached unlimited heights as a celebrity
profiler, she became as famous as the subjects she interviewed.
The Kennedy assassination fascinated
her. She decided to investigate the assassination. She compiled information
and took numerous notes. She was determined to crack the case wide open and
she planned to write a book on the assassination.
Kilgallen was so powerful,
she received permission to interview Jack Ruby in an unbugged room. According
to Kilgallen, Ruby was very talkative and revealing during the course of the
Kilgallen mysteriously obtained
the Warren Commission testimony by Jack Ruby. This testimony was classified
by the U.S. Government as top secret. During this time, Kilgallen discovered
her phones were tapped.
Kilgallen had stumbled across
something big. She kept a folder in her possession at all times, the folder
contained interviews and data regarding the Kennedy assassination.
Allegedly, Kilgallen recovered
evidence suggesting that Lee Harvey Oswald didn't act alone, she was convinced
that it was a far reaching conspiracy.
Kilgallen rushed to complete
her book, titled "Murder One." Kilgallen made a public announcement, "I am going
to bust this case wide-open in five more days, this will be the scoop of the
century, the biggest story of all time, the information I have will shock the
A few days later on Nov. 8,
1965, Dorothy Kilgallen was found dead in her home. Her death was quickly ruled
accidental. Kilgallen had large amounts of nicotine in her system despite the
fact she was a non-smoker.
Her death was quickly hushed
up and never investigated.
The notes she kept regarding
the Kennedy assassination, mysteriously disappeared.