Jim Marrs, author of the international best-selling book JFK book of all time, Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy takes you deep into the conspiracy of John F. Kennedy's untimely death with factual information that rules out the lone assassination theory. Marrs' work was the basis for the hugely successful Oliver Stone film JFK.
Fifty years after the event that rocked the nation and shook the world, Marrs reveals the facts behind the most audacious cover-up of our time, how it was planned, who executed the conspiracy, who benefited from it, and ultimately why this extremely well-orchestrated assassination could be so cleverly concealed. This extensively researched audiobook includes evidence proving the Warren Commission's report was a cover-up and a smoke screen for the true conspiracy. Learn why Lee Harvey Oswald could not have been a lone gunman, and that multiple shots were fired that fateful day. The evidence does not lie and all the evidence is here. Jim Marrs takes you through the most important historical event of the 20th century - the assassination of a United States President.
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"needs the photos!"
This audiobook is a discussion by the author mostly showing details in photos that, of course, do not appear in an audiobook.
I agree with most of his ideas, but it needs a companion pdf and should have been professionally narrated.
"thought it was the book"
I was expecting this to be a reading of the book. Instead, it was a highlight of certain points. Kind of disappointing
"$17.95 and finished in 45 min."
I don't think I would try anything in the near future. Based on his writing style which seems to be an accumulation of Wikipedia many personal interviews and regurgitated information
The worst part, there is no ending, he leaves the story as most have left the story throughout most of the 50+ years since the assasination. . I will admit there are quite a few never heard before insignificant details that allow us all to ponder again for a very short period of time over a provocative point.
The actual narration was fine. Their voices came across as true.
Not in less they single-handedly solve the crime.
My opinion is my opinion is, it's unethical to charge a follower almost $18 for 45 minutes of reading that ultimately yields no significant statistics or conclusion.
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