Mae Brussell -Penn Jones Jr. Interview- (2-24-75)

Originally broadcast February 24, 1975

Mae’s guest is Penn Jones, Jr.

Penn Jones, Jr. (October 15, 1914 — January 25, 1998) became best known for his research into the John F. Kennedy assassination with his series of books Forgive My Grief. Penn was one of the first generation of researchers who felt the government was behind the assassination – probably a conspiracy involving military intelligence. One of the notable features of the books was the tracking of additional deaths thought to be connected to the assassination in some way; a version of that list was published in the magazine The Rebel: A Newsweekly with a Cause in 1983 as “Disappearing Witnesses.”

“Disappearing Witnesses”

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