Friday marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of America’s 35th president, John F. Kennedy.
Since the event, millions of Americans have speculated that there was foul play, and perhaps the killing was a part of a grand conspiracy.
Some suggest the Soviet Union was behind it, while others point to Cuba. Many even point the finger to Kennedy’s vice president, the master of the Senate, Lyndon B. Johnson.
Still, 50 years later, these theories remain nothing more than chatter.