THE REPORTER WHO KNEW TOO MUCH: THE MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF "WHAT'S MY LINE" TV STAR AND MEDIA ICON DOROTHY KILGALLEN by Mark Shaw
This is an absolute must-read for anyone interested in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas on November 22, 1963.
Dorothy was the premier investigative reporter of her time. She was the only news-person to get an exclusive interview with alleged Mob hit-man Jack Ruby in his Dallas jail cell.
Many assassination investigators feel she got a little too close to finding out who was really behind the slaying and thus paid with her life.
Did Kilgallen really commit suicide with sleeping pills or was she "suicided" by someone who wanted to be sure she didn't break the JFK assassination story "wide open," as Dorothy boasted to friends she was about to do.
We won't exactly know the identity of the killer by the time we reach the end of the book, but we will be certain this was no accidental death.
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THE REPORTER WHO KNEW TOO MUCH
... some believe Kilgallen committed suicide. However, a third possibility remained, that she was murdered, that the women called "the most powerful female voice in America" was silenced because ...
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