Thursday, May 7, 2015

JFK Living History with Max Holland

Tonight's Living History for the Sixth Floor Museum featured journalist Max Holland.  Caleb and other members of the museum's Youth Advisory Committee served as docents for the program tracing the history of the Zapruder film.
Mr.  Holland is a journalist and author and tonight he walked through the tangled history of the most famous yet misunderstood piece of evidence from the assassination: the 26.5-second long film made by Dallas businessman Abraham Zapruder.
As a journalist, he has studied and written about various aspects of the assassination for more than two decades, with articles appearing in a variety of publications ranging from Newsweek, The Atlantic and The New York Times, to scholarly journals like Studies in Intelligence. His assassination-related book was The Kennedy Assassination Tapes.  In 2011, Mr. Holland was the lead consultant for a National Geographic Television documentary about the Kennedy assassination that premiered in November 2011, entitled JFK: The Lost Bullet
One of the fun portions of the Living History program is the question and answer segment.  Caleb said there was a lot of lively conspiracy theory conversation in tonight's program. 

His officials conspired against him and assassinated him at Beth Millo, on the road down to Silla.
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