21 — 24


Friday 22nd

Tailors’ Hall

Tickets: €9.99 Student/OAP €7.99

THE REPORTER WHO KNEW TOO MUCH – The Dorothy Kilgallen Story

Did Kilgallens’s investigations into JFK’s death ultimately come at the cost of her own life? Author Mark Shaw takes us down the rabbithole, in interview with broadcaster and columnist Sarah Carey.

Mark Shaw is the author of more than twenty five books, including four analysing the JFK and Oswald assassinations. His bestselling study “The Reporter Who Knew Too Much” is currently being adapted as a major motion picture along with its sequel, “Denial of Justice”. Each of Mr. Shaw’s books chronicle not only his 12 years of research but most importantly, the life, times and mysterious death of “What’s My Line?” TV star and crack investigative reporter Dorothy Kilgallen. A famously intrepid detective-journalist, her 18-month investigation of the Dallas tragedies included her being the only reporter to interview Jack Ruby at his trial. Mark will also speak about his controversial exposure of the most important JFK assassination documents in history – the Jack Ruby trial transcripts – which would appear to prove without doubt the existence of a plot to kill the president and how these documents have been hidden from public view for five decades and counting. If you’re looking for answers you’ve come to the right place!

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