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Black Friday: The Assassination Of Abraham Lincoln
April 13, 2016 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 amRegistration required; contact the organizer.
Are you ready for some high energy history?
When new clients ask me, “What is your best presentation?” This is the one I point them to. I have been fascinated by the assassination of Abraham Lincoln for as long as I can remember. Unlike so many ridiculous conspiracy theories that float around the Internet, the murder of Pres. Lincoln was the result of the terrorist conspiracy. You will be amazed by the personalities, the strange coincidences, the tragic mistakes and the far reaching consequences of this successful act of terrorism.
Drawing on my skills as a historian and as a dramatist, the dramatic events coming to clear, unforgettable focus. You as become swept up in the tide of events that would change the nation forever. This fascinating presentation has earned standing ovations across the USA And I am proud to present it to you.
Want to learn more?
Click here to read the unexpected fates of the others who were in the box with Pres. Lincoln that night. This short article will give you a glimpse of the strange effects of the assassination. If you are fascinated by Lincoln as a person, click here to read an article about my favorite movie portrayal of Lincoln
and click here to read my response to truth and fiction in the popular Steven Spielberg “Lincoln” movie. And you can click here to read about the mind of Lincoln – how he decided to declare a national day of Thanksgiving in the middle of the bloodiest war in American history.
I promise this will be a presentation you will long remember!
Click here for a real treat. On the old game show, “I’ve Got a Secret” the last known living witness to the assassination of Pres. Lincoln by the terrorist, John Wilkes Booth, made an appearance on February 9, 1956. While his memory of the events is not reliable, I still think it is an amazing thing to be able to see!
PLEASE NOTE: This program is offered through Harper College and registration is required for attendance.