Assassinations

 
March 27 2017, Mel Ayton
By Mel Ayton In 2014 my book, Hunting the President, was published. The new revelations included previously unknown or little-known assassination attempts against U.S presidents from the time of FDR...
 
April 20 2015, Cal Schoonover
Five days after General Lee surrendered to General Grant at Appomattox, ending the Civil War, John Wilkes Booth assassinated President Lincoln at Ford's Theatre.by Cal Schoonover By the time...
 
January 15 2015, Denise Noe
The assassination of President James Garfield cut short one of the most astounding political careers in U.S. history. Like few presidents before or after him, Garfield possessed a flexible mind and...
 
January 8 2015, Robert Walsh
Like the assassins of Presidents Lincoln and Garfield, anarchist Leon Czolgosz shot President William McKinley at point-blank range. Eight days later, after enduring inept medical treatment, McKinley...
 
November 12 2014, Robert Walsh
The death of former White House Press Secretary James Brady on August 4, 2014, -- grievously wounded during John Hinckley's attempted assassination of President Reagan in 1981 -- was ruled a murder...
 
October 10 2009, Ronald J. Lawrence
Spica car bombing Sonny Spica, the rash protégé of St. Louis Outfit boss Tony Giordano, was a marked man. Nick Civella in Kansas City wanted him dead and so did Ray Flynn, the most violent labor...

PRESIDENTIAL ASSASSINATION ATTEMPTS

March 27 2017, 0 Comments
By Mel Ayton In 2014 my book, Hunting the President, was published. The new revelations included previously unknown or little-known assassination attempts against U.S presidents from the time of FDR...

The Last Witch Killing in the United Kingdom -- The Murder of Charles Walton in 1945

March 9 2016, 0 Comments
In small villages throughout England, the killing of people alleged to be witches was not uncommon. In 1945, the murder of Charles Watson is considered to be the last of this phenomenon.by Chuck...

The Assassination of President Abraham Lincoln

April 20 2015, 0 Comments
Five days after General Lee surrendered to General Grant at Appomattox, ending the Civil War, John Wilkes Booth assassinated President Lincoln at Ford's Theatre.by Cal Schoonover By the time...
Nov 18, 2013
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A mellinial generation  member weighs in on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. by Kristen Pulkstenis I turned to my younger sister.  “Hey, Lauren?” “Yeah?” “What do you know about JFK’s assassination?” “Not much.” “How did he die?” She thought a moment...
Nov 17, 2013
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Lee Harvey Oswald posing with the murder weapon he bought from an ad in American Rifleman. An advertisement in the NRA’s American Rifleman led Lee Harvey Oswald to purchase the rifle and scope used in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. by David Robb If not for...
Oct 24, 2013
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Oct. 24, 2013 Count Anton Graff von Arco auf Valley by David Robb  “Wach auf!” the prison guard shouted in German – the language best for shouting orders. “Wake up!”It was November 11, 1923, and Count Anton Graff von Arco auf Valley was sound asleep in his...
Apr 27, 2011
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  An excerpt from Mel Ayton recently published book Dark Soul of the South – The Life and Crimes of Racist Killer Joseph Paul Franklin by Mel Ayton In 2010 the U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way for executions to start again in Missouri when it refused to hear the...
Apr 11, 2011
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Frank Sturgis Three years after he was arrested as a Watergate burglar, Frank Sturgis told Senate investigators he was a CIA agent who would do anything for the agency—even kill. To flaunt his expertise, Sturgis volunteered a grisly “How to Get Away with Murder” tutorial for...
Oct 13, 2009
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Abraham Lincoln Since 1865 Lincoln, Abraham (President of U.S.): Shot April 14, 1865, in Washington, D.C., by John Wilkes Booth; died April 15. Seward, William H. (Secretary of State): Escaped assassination (though injured) April 14, 1865, in Washington, D.C., by Lewis...
Oct 10, 2009
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Spica car bombing Sonny Spica, the rash protégé of St. Louis Outfit boss Tony Giordano, was a marked man. Nick Civella in Kansas City wanted him dead and so did Ray Flynn, the most violent labor racketeer in St. Louis. The car bomb that killed Spica in 1979 ignited St. Louis...
Oct 9, 2009
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  These photos of whites torturing and lynching black men present a side of U.S. history that most history books ignore. They provide one of the many reasons why blacks (and Indians) hold a different view of U.S. history than whites. Notice the carnival atmosphere...
Oct 5, 2009
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Updated 09/19/09 John F. Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy Despite a 1990s law mandating the release of all JFK assassination-related documents, an estimated one million such CIA records have yet to be declassified. Some of the most critical pertain to CIA agent George Joannides (a...
Oct 3, 2009
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Ruby shooting Oswald (Sunday, November 24) – Warren Commission Exhibit #2636 Contrary to the claims of conspiracy writers, Jack Ruby died telling the truth. There is no credible evidence he was part of a conspiracy. Ruby murdered Oswald for personal reasons – he wanted to...

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