Marilyn Monroe and Dorothy Kilgallen

T oo many people are still the victims of unsolved, “murder/suicides” which continue to shock and surprise. “Preserving Their Legacy” offers a glimpse into this ignored phenomenon.

Moreover, it offers a revealing glimpse into the politics of today through the recognition that domestic cold war turbulence has been replaced by a new hysteria which is proving to be even more disruptive, and we need to recognize it.

If we do not know where we have been, we do not know where we’re going, and having lost faith in a media that has largely abandoned the responsibility to expose the truth, we are still stuck in a past that journalist Dorothy Kilgallen described thuswise:

“It is a dark chapter in our history, but we have the right to read every word of it. It cannot be kept locked in a file in Dallas."

Kilgallen was a tenacious reporter who was determined to get to the bottom of all the mystery surrounding the murder, not only of JFK, but also of Lee Harvey Oswald. She demanded a thorough and credible investigation and had managed to obtain a private interview with Jack Ruby, the man who shot Oswald. She told friends that she had information that would "break the case wide open". Two other reporters Bill Hunter and Jim Koethe, had both been killed after making similar claims and as a precaution, Dorothy Kilgallen had given her interview notes to her friend, Margaret Smith.

On 8th November, 1965, Kilgallen, was found dead in her New York apartment. She was fully dressed and sitting upright in her bed.

The notes of her interview with Ruby and the article she was writing on the case had disappeared. Her friend, Margaret Smith, who had been given the notes on the case, died two days later.

The truth is not a mystery by change, and “Preserving their Legacy” is a thoroughly researched account of a dark chapter that has not ended because history has always repeated.

This is the book that Dorothy Kilgallen would have written if she was still alive.

Deny the further opportunity to exploit the murder of President Kennedy by boycotting meaningless, blood and gore movies like Parkland and read Preserving Their Legacy to give the truth a chance.




Robin Williams and his daughter

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