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Dorothy Kilgallen

Updated on January 19, 2015

Dorothy Kilgallen promised to "blow the JFK case wide open"; the next morning she was found dead

Writer and TV game show panelist Dorothy Kilgallen was the only journalist granted an interview with Oswald murderer Jack Ruby in his Dallas jail cell. Subsequently, she publicly stated that she intended to publish information that would "blow the JFK case wide open".

Very early the following morning she was found dead in the bed of her guest bedroom, with a book in her lap which she was known to have already finished reading, not wearing her reading glasses and not clothed for sleeping.

If you've ever wondered why TV "journalists" no longer do the job of exposing "uncomfortable" truths and instead are so willing to parrot the official government lies, remember Dorothy Kilgallen.

Dorothy Kilgallen

Dorothy Kilgallen
Dorothy Kilgallen

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Dorothy Kilgallen's biography by Lee Isreal

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What do YOU think about the mysterious death of Dorothy Kilgallen?

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      jeffersonline 6 years ago

      Another courageous and outspoken lens. Thanks for standing up and sharing this - I hope it gets the exposure it deserves.