Ft. Worth lawyer writes new novel about time travel and the JFK assassination
Jack Duffy, a Ft. Worth trial lawyer, recently finished a new book about the JFK assassination titled “The Man From 2063.”
The novel is based on 40 years of research and actual historical events surrounding Kennedy’s death on November 22, 1963.
Mr. Duffy had finished 90% of the book when he heard about Stephen King’s new novel “11-22-63″ which also involves time travel and the Kennedy assassination.
“The Man From 2063″ tells the story of Sean Zumwalt, a lawyer in Washington D.C., who travels back to 1963 and prevents a well-planned conspiracy from killing JFK.
Mr. Duffy began researching the JFK assassination in 1970 after seeing a copy of the Zapruder film. He has interviewed many witnesses including several Parkland physicians who treated JFK.
In 1998 Mr. Duffy became interested with the possibility of time travel and the JFK murder. The book deals with how a conspiracy plans the assassination and escapes justice before the hero alters history. The book explores the background of Lee Harvey Oswald and how he might have been a patsy. Much of the book details the planning that is involved with the conspirators. The book also explores actual events that took place during JFK’s presidency.
The JFK assassination continues to fascinate millions of Americans nearly 50 years later. Polls show that 80% of all Americans believe JFK was killed by a conspiracy. Most conspiracy theories involve the following suspects or combination of suspects:
- The CIA
- Rogue CIA agents
- The Mafia
- anti-Castro Cubans
- Fidel Castro
- The KGB
- The Far Right
- The Military Industrial Complex
Read more about the evidence for multiple gunmen on my blog post about evidence supporting that theory.