Camelot 14

Camelot
I often wondered why historians referred to the JFK’s presidency as ‘Camelot.’ Camelot was Arthur’s capital, and like everything to do with Arthur, its origins are shrouded in mystery. No one is sure where the name came from. There is no consistent spelling in early manuscripts: which is not unusual. Some suggest it might be ...

Nepotism – Truth is Stranger than Fiction 16

Nepotism – Truth is Stranger than Fiction
    My Aunt Violet phoned about an interesting article in a local magazine; submitted by Keith Roberts from Abergele in North Wales. Titled ‘Truth is Stranger than Fiction’, it concerned the coincidences between assassinated presidents Abraham Lincoln and John F Kennedy. She thought it might be something for the blog. Talk about keeping it ...

Jeane Dixon – America’s own Nostradame(us) 10

Jeane Dixon - America’s own Nostradame(us)
Psychic and astrologer Jeane Dixon (1904-1997) became the most famous prophetess in America after successfully predicting the 1963 assassination of John F. Kennedy in 1956. Her prophecy went… ‘1960 presidential election will be won by a Democrat who would be assassinated or die in office, though not necessarily in his first term.’  After the event, ...
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