This is the first time reclusive researcher and author has been in Louisiana to tell her story in more than a decade; author lives abroad for her safety.
Available in Louisiana between Oct. 15 and 23 Location:
Baton Rouge Oct. 15-17;
New Orleans, Oct. 17-23 Inquiries:
Kris Millegan (800) 556-2012 or Jonathan Barnes (504) 897-6110 or (504) 715-4437
After decades of hiding her story, she is finally coming forward to explain the following:
1. How tainted polio vaccines, which proved that cancer could be transferred by injection, spurred a physician to recruit her for a research project that became linked to anti-communist extremists;
2. How Lee Harvey Oswald became her constant companion, and eventual lover, due to his relationship to this same project which developed a direct anti-Castro component;
3. The last words Oswald spoke to her two days before the JFK assassination.
Former Governor Jesse Ventura calls Baker’s book Me & Lee: How I came to know, love, and lose Lee Harvey Oswald “stunning” and ranked it among his six favorite conspiracy reads. NY Times Best-Selling author Jim Marrs, author of Crossfire: The Plot that Killed Kennedy, recommends “the impassioned, unflinching voice of Judyth Vary Baker” to hear what our government will not tell us.
Ms. Baker is a featured speaker in a symposium sponsored by Trineday Publications and Attorney Stuart Smith about the 50th Anniversary of the JFK Assassination at Loyola University in New Orleans on Oct. 19, 9 a.m. to Noon, Room 114, Miller Hall. The event also features Author Todd Elliott, A Rose By Many Other Names. The event is open to the public, but registration is required.
A $20 admission charge includes Ms. Baker’s book or another title by Trineday Books about the JFK assassination. Seating is limited. To reserve your space, go to http://trineday.com/Loyola. For more information about Me & Lee visit http://www.meandlee.com. Phone inquiries: 800.556.2012.