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The Kennedy Detail - Jfk's Secret Service Agents Break Their Silence

Gerald Blaine

Even today, almost five decades after John F. Kennedy was slain, the public continues to be captivated by the "Kennedy Curse" and new theories about what really happened on that fateful day in 1963. For nearly fifty years former Secret Service agent Clint Hill has lived with the unimaginable guilt of losing a president on his watch and has obeyed an honor code of silence, refusing to contribute to any books about the assassination. Until now. Hill was just eight feet from President Kennedy when bullets pierced the president's head right before his eyes. Covered with blood, Agent Hill pushed Jackie Kennedy into the back seat. Clinging to the trunk of the open-top limousine as it sped away from Dealey Plaza to Parkland Hospital, he slammed his fist in anger, as he looked back to the agents in the follow-up car. His eyes, filled with despair, told them what they already knew. Including contributions from over forty agents who were on the Kennedy Detail from November 1960 to November 1963 and those who knew them, never-before-published letters written by Jackie Kennedy in the immediate aftermath of the shooting, the bizarre unpublished story about a film Jackie made in September 1963 with the on-duty Secret Service agents about an assassination of the president, and the original November 18, 1963, Tampa security report from the author's personal files, which conspiracy theorists have long claimed was destroyed by the Secret Service, The Kennedy Detail provides an unfiltered look at the events surrounding this pivotal moment in American history.

Even today, almost five decades after John F. Kennedy was slain, the public continues to be captivated by the "Kennedy Curse" and new theories about what really happened on that fateful day in 1963. For nearly fifty years former Secret Service agent Clint Hill has lived with the unimaginable guilt of losing a president on his watch and has obeyed an honor code of silence, refusing to contribute to any books about the assassination. Until now. Hill was just eight feet from President Kennedy when bullets pierced the president's head right before his eyes. Covered with blood, Agent Hill pushed Jackie Kennedy into the back seat. Clinging to the trunk of the open-top limousine as it sped away from Dealey Plaza to Parkland Hospital, he slammed his fist in anger, as he looked back to the agents in the follow-up car. His eyes, filled with despair, told them what they already knew. Including contributions from over forty agents who were on the Kennedy Detail from November 1960 to November 1963 and those who knew them, never-before-published letters written by Jackie Kennedy in the immediate aftermath of the shooting, the bizarre unpublished story about a film Jackie made in September 1963 with the on-duty Secret Service agents about an assassination of the president, and the original November 18, 1963, Tampa security report from the author's personal files, which conspiracy theorists have long claimed was destroyed by the Secret Service, The Kennedy Detail provides an unfiltered look at the events surrounding this pivotal moment in American history.
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Genres:

History

Description:

Even today, almost five decades after John F. Kennedy was slain, the public continues to be captivated by the "Kennedy Curse" and new theories about what really happened on that fateful day in 1963. For nearly fifty years former Secret Service agent Clint Hill has lived with the unimaginable guilt of losing a president on his watch and has obeyed an honor code of silence, refusing to contribute to any books about the assassination. Until now. Hill was just eight feet from President Kennedy when bullets pierced the president's head right before his eyes. Covered with blood, Agent Hill pushed Jackie Kennedy into the back seat. Clinging to the trunk of the open-top limousine as it sped away from Dealey Plaza to Parkland Hospital, he slammed his fist in anger, as he looked back to the agents in the follow-up car. His eyes, filled with despair, told them what they already knew. Including contributions from over forty agents who were on the Kennedy Detail from November 1960 to November 1963 and those who knew them, never-before-published letters written by Jackie Kennedy in the immediate aftermath of the shooting, the bizarre unpublished story about a film Jackie made in September 1963 with the on-duty Secret Service agents about an assassination of the president, and the original November 18, 1963, Tampa security report from the author's personal files, which conspiracy theorists have long claimed was destroyed by the Secret Service, The Kennedy Detail provides an unfiltered look at the events surrounding this pivotal moment in American history.

Language:

English

Narrators:

Lisa McCubbin, Alan Sklar

Length:

17h 7m


Chapters

Introduction
Introduction

37:00


Part 1, Chapter 1
Part 1, Chapter 1

01:01:20


Part 1, Chapter 2
Part 1, Chapter 2

01:10:52


Part 1, Chapter 3
Part 1, Chapter 3

44:58


Part 1, Chapter 4
Part 1, Chapter 4

45:50


Part 1, Chapter 5
Part 1, Chapter 5

24:00


Part 1, Chapter 6
Part 1, Chapter 6

34:28


Part 2, Chapter 7
Part 2, Chapter 7

39:57


Part 2, Chapter 8
Part 2, Chapter 8

42:01


Part 2, Chapter 9
Part 2, Chapter 9

11:16


Part 2, Chapter 10
Part 2, Chapter 10

56:25


Part 3, Chapter 11
Part 3, Chapter 11

40:20


Part 3, Chapter 12
Part 3, Chapter 12

01:03:42


Part 3, Chapter 13
Part 3, Chapter 13

55:50


Part 3, Chapter 14
Part 3, Chapter 14

19:31


Part 3, Chapter 15
Part 3, Chapter 15

31:08


Part 3, Chapter 16
Part 3, Chapter 16

48:01


Part 3, Chapter 17
Part 3, Chapter 17

38:35


Part 4, Chapter 18
Part 4, Chapter 18

35:06


Part 4, Chapter 19
Part 4, Chapter 19

28:43


Part 4, Chapter 20
Part 4, Chapter 20

29:56


Part 4, Chapter 21
Part 4, Chapter 21

19:24


Part 4, Chapter 22
Part 4, Chapter 22

52:33


Part 4, Chapter 23
Part 4, Chapter 23

36:54


Part 4, Chapter 24
Part 4, Chapter 24

40:09


Part 4, Chapter 25
Part 4, Chapter 25

18:42


Part 4, Chapter 26
Part 4, Chapter 26

00:26