JFK’s Assassination Presented By Andy Kiel

Nov. 22, 1963, remains one of the darkest days in American history and that when John F. Kennedy was gunned down that early afternoon in Dallas, he was in the prime of both his presidency and his life.The government’s official word on the assassination, decided Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in fatally wounding the president and also that Jack Ruby acted alone when he killed Oswald two days later.The public is invited to make its own decisions on exactly what transpired that day, as well as before and after, when Andy Kiel, a nationally known authority on the Kennedy assassination from Wooster, hosts a slide and video presentation.Back in 2000, Kiel, retired from a long career as a history teacher at Wooster High School but currently in the building as a long-term substitute, wrote the book, “J. Edgar Hoover, Father of the Cold War,” which examined the career of the longtime FBI director in detail.In his book Kiel goes into events surrounding the Kennedy assassination, and during his research he interviewed numerous people including eyewitnesses to the shooting. He also has talked to associates of Oswald; Oliver Stone, director of the film “JFK;” Arlen Spector, who before becoming a U.S. Senator was an attorney for the Warren Commission; and others.Parking is across the street, N. Market Street. Free and open to the public


Jan 20 2024


1:00 pm - 3:00 pm


Historic Shreve Presbyterian Church 343 N. Market St. Shreve, OH 44676
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