That was the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated and to paraphrase former president Franklin D. Roosevelt, a date that will live in infamy forever.
It’s also a date that turns 50 this year.
A fact that hasn’t escaped one of Kansas City’s most esteemed conspiracy theorists, Larry Sells of the Uptown Theater.
“We’re putting together a deal now for the Uptown,” Sells says. “I don’t know yet for sure, but we’ll have Robert Groden, Jim Marrs and others there. But we won’t have anything in November – we’re looking at September – maybe September 11th.”
Marrs and Groden are known for books and articles on conspiracies like, who killed JFK?
And Sells has agreed to publish Groden’s forthcoming book JFK Absolute Proof.
“We’re in the final editing this week,” Sells says. “And as soon as we get the final editing done, we’ll get it to the printer and it could be available for purchase sometime in June or July.”
Meanwhile back at the Grassy Knoll, Groden recently won one for the team last month when an appellate court ruled that the city of Dallas could not stop vendors from selling books and materials about the Kennedy assassination at the Dealey Plaza downtown.
The Dallas Morning News called it a victory for free speech.
“It’s ridiculous for them to harass Robert down there like that continuously, but that’s how they do it,” Sells says. “They’ve even sprayed him with toxic chemicals that made him sick for quite a while.”
In past sojurns to Dallas Sells has rubbed elbows with the likes of deceased journalist Norman Mailer, fellow conspiracists Dick Gregory and Richard Belzer and Lee Harvey Oswald‘s widow Marina.
“Her story has changed over the years a number of times as she’s been threatened,” Sells says.