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Robert Kennedy: JFK: The Death of Marilyn Monroe: Who Didn't Kill Them

Robert Kennedy: JFK: The Death of Marilyn Monroe: Who Didn't Kill Them

by Albert Jack

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From the bestselling author of Pop Goes the Weasel, Red Herrings, New World Order, 9/11 Conspiracy and many more.

Robert Kennedy, JFK and the Death of Marilyn Monroe.

Who Didn't Kill Them?

For five decades the world has been told that the killers of John F Kennedy and his brother Bobby were either already dead or languishing in prison.

Lee Harvey Oswald was shot the day after the assassination but the Warren Commission, set up to investigate the brutal murder of the President, insists that he did. And that he acted alone. Details in this essay prove beyond doubt that the small piece of evidence that could prove it one way or another has never been revealed.

And Sirhan Sirhan, the young Palestinian currently residing at the Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility in San Diego County, California, could not have killed Bobby Kennedy either. The evidence, never released until now, prove conclusively that he could not have fired the fatal bullets.

And as for their shared lover, Marilyn Monroe? Well, much debate has been had about her untimely death. Was it the CIA? Was it the FBI? Were the Kennedy's themselves responsible, or the Mafia, who also had good reason to silence the dumb blonde?

Well, the truth about the death of the Twentieth-Century's most famous actress will surprise many people as further evidence emerges about that untimely event too.

This book may be short but it is a great read and will inspire anybody to do their own research into the three of the most famous (and linked) deaths in history. And each with their own conspiracy theories.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940158211423
Publisher: Albert Jack Publishing
Publication date: 05/01/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Albert Jack is a writer and historian. His first book Red Herrings and White Elephants explored the origins of well-known idioms and phrases and became an international best-seller in 2004. It was serialized in the Sunday Times and remained on their best-seller list for sixteen straight months.

He followed this up with a series of other popular titles including Shaggy Dogs and Black Sheep, Pop Goes the Weasel, What Caesar did for my Salad & They Laughed at Galileo.

Fascinated by discovering the truth behind the world's great stories, Albert has become an expert at explaining the unexplained, enriching millions of dinner table conversations and ending bar room quarrels the world over.

He is now a veteran of hundreds of live television shows and thousands of radio programs worldwide. Albert lives somewhere between Guildford in England and Bangkok in Thailand.


Red Herrings and White Elephants
Shaggy Dogs and Black Sheep
Phantom Hitchhikers
Loch Ness Monsters and Other World Mysteries
Pop Goes the Weasel
The Old Dog and Duck
What Caesar Did for my Salad
Black Sheep and Lame Ducks
It's a Wonderful Word
Money for Old Rope Part 1
Money for Old Rope Part 2
The Jam: Sounds From the Street
Want to be a Writer?
New World Order: The Bilderberg Conspiracy and the Last Man in London
Rose Versus Thistle
They Laughed at Galileo
The Greatest Generation - Diary of a 1st & 6th Airborne Paratrooper
9/11 Conspiracy
Debt Freedom Program
The Slow Death of Europe
Blue Moons and Black Markets

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