Mysteries: Failed Assassination of JFK Pictures
Don examines a pin that's connected to a plot to assassinate JFK, a bizarre contraption that was designed by Max factor and a strange being that some believed was evidence of a close encounter.Filed under:
Failed Assassination of JFK
The Belmont Public Library in New Hampshire has in its collection a small pin that was awarded for an immense act of heroism. In 1950, the pin was awarded to postmaster Thomas Murphy, who pieced together several postcards that were sent directly to him from a man named Richard Pavlick, including one that said, "Soon you'll be hearing from me in a big way."
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