Category Archives: Assasinations

Good Friday: The Day Lincoln Died

       Today is the day that Lincoln died. It was on April 14, 1865—another Good Friday to be precise—that Abraham Lincoln, our sixteenth President, was murdered in cold blood.  Young Mary Brennan, an Irish immigrant only recently arrived to … Continue reading

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The Booth Conspiracy: How Wide Was It?

On Good Friday, April 14, 1865, Abraham Lincoln was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth; that much is not in dispute.  Twelve days later, Booth was tracked down and fatally wounded in a burning barn on the Garrett farm in northern … Continue reading

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The Day Lincoln Died: The Final Premonition

As every school child knows (or should know) Abraham Lincoln, our sixteenth President, was assassinated on April 14, 1865, and died in the early morning hours of the following day, April 15.  Less well known is that, that very morning, Lincoln … Continue reading

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The Lincoln Assassination Plots, Part 1

Part 1: The Unindicted Co-Conspirators In The Paranormal Presidency of Abraham Lincoln, I document in great detail Abraham Lincoln’s lifelong fatalism as well as incidents which he experienced that led him to believe he would not survive alive his Presidency.  This ground-breaking … Continue reading

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