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The Legend Of John Wilkes Booth
02-06-2016, 01:27 AM
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RE: The Legend Of John Wilkes Booth
(02-04-2016 02:17 PM)maharba Wrote:  I think, I could safely say "we've ALL seen the old standards" on this and several Lincoln topics. Yes, I am familiar with the Montauk mentioned narratives. And at this time, I wasn't interested in re-expanding the discussion to the pros and cons of that situation, as I examine the Legend of JWBooth. If you or any here have, at times, some new book (which I know I will never buy or see), it is helpful to me to see instead a paragraph a salient line or two. You ask, Susan, why didn't the man in the barn simply come out and give himself up. What happened to the OTHER man who did so? And this fellow knew he would be billed as an accomplice and killed too.
Thanks Eva for the 'image', it doesn't look like it will load for me, but I will retry a few times.

Maharba, Maharba, Maharba--

You need to quit wasting your time trying to explain yourself to members of this forum who just don't get you. Get out there in the field and "research" the Legend of JW Booth. Don't use books--you really can't trust the "experts" who write them, bunch of fossils who can't see what is obvious. And who has the time, anyway, to sift through all of that? You know, to re-expand the discussion to the pros and cons? Hey, use the Web. It's quick, it's balanced, it's accurate. Lots of salient lines. And the best thing is that when you are done, you will not have produced anything that will ever be called a "standard," old or otherwise. I say, go for it. Go now.
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The Legend Of John Wilkes Booth - Gene C - 01-31-2015, 12:30 PM
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