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JFK Assassination Eyewitness

Non-Fiction

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"Anita Dickason has done the almost impossible. She's used her extensive training and gone back in time, over 45 years actually,to examine a fatal car accident. That's the premise of the book, no fluff, no 'rush to conspiracy', just the facts stated with high probability."

About the Book

On November 22, 1963, Lee Bowers Jr. became a key witness to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

 

Less than three years later, he was killed in a car accident twenty-seven miles south of Dallas near Midlothian, Texas, under mysterious circumstances. Was it just a simple car accident, or was Bowers killed because of what he saw on the day President Kennedy was shot and killed?

 

In JFK Assassination Eyewitness: Rush to Conspiracy, author Anita Dickason, a retired accident investigator, provides a step-by-step look into the progression of the research and analysis of the accident details, treating the matter as a cold case investigation. She shares how questions regarding Bowers' death have added fuel to the JFK conspiracy theories in this decades-old Texas mystery.

JFK Assassination Eyewitness: Rush to Conspiracy examines the details of Bowers' mysterious accident while providing a look into Texas history. Dickason's findings offer an unexpected twist in the aftermath of the events of Lee Bowers' death.

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