JFK: The Smoking Gun (Sunday, Discovery, 8 p.m.) is one of the most controversial of the bunch. Made for the tiny U.S. cable channel Reelz, it’s a two-hour docudrama based on the book of the same name by former Australian police detective Colin McLaren. He claims to have spent years on “the forensic cold-case investigation of JFK’s assassination” and says he believes he has found “the smoking gun” that killed the president. His conclusion is not the accepted story.
It’s essentially this: a Secret Service agent accidentally shot and killed Kennedy. Lee Harvey Oswald did indeed shoot, but only one bullet hit Kennedy. The claim here is that George Hickey, a Secret Service agent riding in the car behind Kennedy, panicked and a gun he was unfamiliar with accidentally discharged, hitting and actually killing Kennedy.
So yeah, I'd be interested to know what some of you think about this theory.
Children Frightened By “Sky Ghost”
A strange elliptical-shaped objectwhich hovers stationary in the air above the Fleetwood Elementary School at Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, has caused a stir. APRO's W. K. Allan of Calgary, interview Mike Williams and Miles White of Lethbridge and forwarded the following information to headquarters:
The object, which appeared about 6 feet in diameter, first appeared in 1959 and was seen six nights in a row, by school children and at least one adult. It was seen again on November 23,1962 at 10:30 p.m. After hearing about it, White's mother and her son and the Williams boy went to the school on Fri-day, November 30, 1962. The object was sighted again. It was shining with a bluish light and appeared to be over the school's bell tower.
On Saturday, December 1, the boy and his mother returned at 9 p.m., and saw it hovering over the school yard about 20 feet off the ground. It appeared to be almost transparent. They threw stones at it and after about twice the time expected for the stones to fall to the ground they were heard falling on the roof of the one-story school annex be-hind their backs in the opposite direction to which they were thrown.
After the Saturday sighting, Miles White and Mike Williams went to a movie, during which Miles' speech be-came blurred, didn't make sense and he fell asleep. He complained first of a buzzing in the head.
The story was published in the papers, and the boys as well as Mrs. White were reluctant to talk of their experiences, fearing ridicule.
Lethbridge Airshow Jet Crash of 2010
Everyone remembers the great airshow jet crash of 2010, but while our minds were fixated on the death-defying reflexes of well-chiseled pilot Capt. Brian Bews and the arguably ":O" explosion of a multi-million dollar piece of flying metal, did we miss something else happening in the background? Shortly after the crash, a series of videos were uploaded and circulated online that many think capture UFOs among the various aerial events of that day. Was this an attempt by the unknown to steal the spotlight from one of the city's go-to summer attractions and perform their own gravity defying acrobatics, or are we seeing proof of something more sinister at hand? Expensive military jets don't just randomly crash on the windy prairie you know.
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