Dec 12, 2016
Larry Hancock from SWHT Talks Jack Ruby and Who Remains Important in The JFK Mystery
Finally got to meet my hero Larry Hancock this year at the 2016 November in Dallas Lancer JFK Conference.
I always like Larry because he is someone I can understand and he takes time to explain things.
One of Larry's best things is that he is able to tell me why one story is important and one may seem important at first but as time goes on the story may become embellished with items other than facts, even though it remains a good story and interesting conversation.
To me just as a regular person that has followed this JFK thing forever and feel it is still the most interesting and important story of the day his words are very appreciated.
Also, Larry is very kind in responding to the regular persons questions.
Listen to Larry on his radio interviews and hear what he has to say about Madeline Brown and James Files. It is important because their stories make sense and it is easy to grab on to their words. One can remember those stories when some other important research details fade over time when they are not latched on to the human touch.
Larry told me in the long run these two stories just do not hold up because the facts are plainly not there to support them.
Thanks, Larry, for giving us a heads up in what to pay attention to in this whole confusing JFK thing.
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Everyone interested in JFK should think about attending the Lancer November in Dallas Conference.
Seriously, I could have spent all day listening to the experts and researchers takes us on a tour of Dealey Plaza.
Thanks, for all of your hard work, Larry, in putting on this informative conference and telling us about your important information on JFK.