Guests can now post!

Welcome to Intelligent Answers.  As a guest, you are now able to post a question, subject to getting through our spam-bot filters.  However, if you want to answer any questions, you will need to register.  Thanks for visting!  (BTW - guests cannot post links, and if you post spam, we will block your IP and report you to every spam protection site we can find - we work hard to keep this site spam free for the benefit and enjoyment of our members!)

Author Topic: Is President Kennedy's brain really missing?  (Read 652 times)

Offline P-Kasso2

  • Awaiting inspiration.
  • PK unique
  • University Councillor
  • *
  • Thank You
  • -Given: 54
  • -Receive: 164
  • Posts: 12324
  • Helpfulness: 214
  • January 2011 prize-quiz winner.
Is President Kennedy's brain really missing?
« on: 01 December, 2017, 10:02:46 AM »

I don't know why but I seem to attract more than my fair share of weirdoes telling me 'strange but true' facts.

Well, yesterday, my nerd magnet must have been working at full throttle because I was quietly downing a beer in my local pub when this guy next to me at the bar looked up, said hello, and promptly launched into telling me this story.....

Apparently, 50 odd years ago, following the post-mortem on President Kennedy's body right after the shooting, his brain had mysteriously "disappeared". Never to be seen again!

I thought "Oh yeah? Is this just the latest conspiracy theory going viral in my pub?"   But but but... what if it is actually true?

Where is President Kennedy's brain?
"I live in hope"