The Judith Exner Story, The Life of the Mistress of John F. Kennedy
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|Format: ||Paperback / softback, 576 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 11 February 2008|
Everyone from Frank Sinatra down has said that Judith Campbell Exner was a fabulously beautiful woman when she was well known by the FBI to be the mistress of President John F. Kennedy. When her story broke in 1976, the question being asked all around the world was: WHO WAS THE MYSTERY WOMAN? The first mention of her name came from the Washington Post on November 16, 1975 in an article on page 6A entitled "Probers Doubt Kennedy Knew of Poison Plot Against Castro." However, this story got the sequence of events backwards, suggesting that the Mystery Woman might have told Kennedy about the Mafia's plans to kill Castro. The real situation proved to be the other way around. One month later, on December 18, 1975, headlines in the Los Angeles Times blared, "John Kennedy's Mystery Woman Tells Her Story." The Story of Judith Immoor Campbell Exner, a previously unknown person, a person whose name had never appeared in any print publication, nor in any radio, TV or news broadcast, was suddenly the focus of the attention of the entire world.
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