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Kennedy Assassination

The Kennedy assassination is the subject of one of the biggest conspiracy theories of all time.

That fateful day in Dallas, 1963 when live television caught the presidents death in the open topped motorcade is, for good or bad, one of the iconic events of the 20th century. Countless theories ranging from him wanting to escape the privately owned Federal Reserves monopoly on lending money to the US government with interest, to the mafia and right through to aliens have been in circulation ever since.

Who did it?

The actual shooting was filmed. For years, the hunt has been on for the "man behind the grassy knoll" by conspiracy theorists who don't buy the official story that Lee Harvey Oswald fired from a warehouse.

But does the video itself now show something not present at the time?


Although all the available videos of the assassination of JFK has been thoroughly analysed, there are many unanswered questions. The other Mandela Effect surrounding this is how many people were in the car.


Some people are claiming there are many discrepancies between the video seen today and the one they remember seeing back then. They also point to the medical report, which says JFK was hit through his left temple through his head, and claim that any other way would have meant she was shot too. The claim is the gun was in the red roses she was holding, and you can see her put something behind the seat right after the shot.

The most significant claim is that Jackie fired the shot and quickly put the gun behind the car seat.

Some are saying these videos, which are apparently enhanced from the National Archive, are fake. In any case, this the significant event which has taken on an extra meme of it's own - "where were you when you heard of Kennedy being shot?".