Many Americans believe that JFK was assassinated as the result of some sort of conspiracy, perhaps even by the CIA—the direct result of a KGB influence operation.
From the ones we admire (Chris Kyles) to the ones we loathe (Micah Johnson) we have a complicated history with snipers in this country.
The executive producer of 11.22.63, premiering Feb. 15 on Hulu, discusses the 2016 presidential race, his favorite movies of the year, and the Bowie collaboration that wasn’t.
Hulu’s adaptation of King’s historical epic is equal parts suspense, what-if fantasy, and doomed romance. Fate, it tells us, cannot change—not even through time travel.
The major players aggressively tending the flame of John Kennedy’s memory ranged from Life magazine to Jackie Kennedy.
Hugh Aynesworth was present when President Kennedy was shot, when Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested, and when Jack Ruby shot Oswald. He has spent his life debunking assassination theories.
Of the countless books written about JFK’s death, these are the only five that count—from the boiling hate pot of Dallas to definitive debunking of all the conspiracies.