Monday, December 20, 2010

Conspiracy Theories

About a week and a half a go we put up an article about John Wilkes Booth concerning his death or alleged life after death. And I say "alleged" because it lies in the realm of conspiracy with no actual proof that he, like so many others of his time, actually didn't die when history says they did.

One of our readers, thank you Rick, has let us know that the History Channel will be airing a show on this Thursday, 23 December, at 9:00 p.m. (I believe that is central time) that will be discussing Lincoln and his assassination and the death of John Wilkes Booth. The show's name is "Brad Meltzer's Decoded". I have seen this show a couple of times and it is a little interesting and worth watching. For the most part, the people involved seem to be intelligent and logical in their thinking which might not sit too well with the big conspiracy believers but it's worth a look at least once, just to see what you think.

Just in case you are wondering, my personal opinion is Booth died when history says he did but I'm going to watch the show too, just to see what they come up with.

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