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[Portrait of Jim Marrs]

Description: Portrait of Jim Marrs smiling at the camera while sitting on a wooden bench. He wears a plaid button-up shirt, black hat, and sunglasses. Marrs was an American journalist and author of publications such as his book, "Crossfire." Marrs is known for his conspiracy theories, specifically in relation to the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
Date: 1994~
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
open access

[The Carousel Club business card]

Description: A business card for The Carousel Club, a nightclub owned by Jack Ruby. The card reads, “The Carousel Club, 1312-1/2 Commerce Dallas Texas, your host…Jack Ruby, RI7-2362, Continuous Shows! Glamorous Girls! Girls! Girls! Open To 2 AM Nitely.” Jack Ruby shot and killed the accused killer of former president John F. Kennedy, Lee Harvey Oswald.
Date: 196X
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Portrait of John F. Kennedy]

Description: Portrait of former president John F. Kennedy squinting. He wears a navy suit jacket and tie with a light blue button-up shirt. JFK was the 35th president of the United States from January 1961 to November 1963 when he was assassinated.
Date: 1963~
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Portrait of Tosh Plumlee]

Description: Portrait of William Robert Plumlee sitting in a chair and looking at the camera. Plumlee was a pilot and U.S. Army veteran who claims to have worked for the Central Intelligence Agency. Plumlee also claimed to have been a part of a CIA assignment to stop the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
Date: 198X
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Tosh Plumlee being interviewed]

Description: Photograph of William Robert Plumlee sitting in a chair while being filmed and interviewed. A woman can be seen behind the camera with her back to the photographer. Plumlee was a pilot and U.S. Army veteran who claims to have worked for the Central Intelligence Agency. Plumlee also claimed to have been a part of a CIA assignment to stop the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
Date: 198X
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Tosh Plumlee being interviewed, 2]

Description: Photograph of William Robert Plumlee sitting in a chair while being filmed and interviewed. A woman can be seen behind the camera with her back to the photographer. Plumlee was a pilot and U.S. Army veteran who claims to have worked for the Central Intelligence Agency. Plumlee also claimed to have been a part of a CIA assignment to stop the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
Date: 198X
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Tosh Plumlee being photographed]

Description: Photograph of William Robert Plumlee sitting in a chair while being photographed by a young woman. Plumlee was a pilot and U.S. Army veteran who claims to have worked for the Central Intelligence Agency. Plumlee also claimed to have been a part of a CIA assignment to stop the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
Date: 198X
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[A young woman and Tosh Plumlee]

Description: Photograph of William Robert Plumlee sitting in a chair while speaking to a young woman. Plumlee was a pilot and U.S. Army veteran who claims to have worked for the Central Intelligence Agency. Plumlee also claimed to have been a part of a CIA assignment to stop the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
Date: 198X
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Portrait of Jim Marrs with his book]

Description: Photograph of Jim Marrs holding his book "Crossfire." He stands in front of a bookshelf and looks at the camera. Marrs is wearing a dark green hat, blue button-up shirt, brown belt, pants, and glasses. Marrs was an American journalist and author of publications such as his book, "Crossfire." Marrs is known for his conspiracy theories, specifically in relation to the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
Date: 1989~
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
open access

[Oswald's Confession]

Description: Graphic novel titled, "Oswald's Confession" written by Jim Marrs and serves as a companion publication to his book "Crossfire." The graphic novel covers the assassination of John F. Kennedy and the accused killer, Lee Harvey Oswald.
Date: 2012
Creator: Marrs, Jim
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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