Author Walt Brown Takes Visitors Inside JFK’s Assassination at The Mob Museum, Nov. 22

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Event Free for Museum Members or with Paid Admission


More than 50 years have passed since John F. Kennedy’s assassination, yet details about his life and tragic death continue to emerge. Join author Walt Brown at The Mob Museum, The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, as he presents “10 Things You Didn’t Know About JFK’s Assassination” in an Author Talk and book signing set for Saturday, November 22. The event will begin at 7 p.m. with Brown’s presentation, followed by a question and answer session and signing of JFK Chronology, a collection of books on CD, at 8 p.m.

Brown was a junior in high school on the day of JFK’s assassination and he began to follow—and eventually study—the event on that day. After college graduation in 1969, Brown became a special agent for the United States Department of Justice, working in the New York and Washington, D.C. offices. In 1971, Brown accepted a teaching fellowship from the University of Notre Dame and earned an M.A. and a Ph.D., both conferred in 1974. Brown taught and coached in public schools from 1974 through 2000, and taught college-level history, English and JFK courses from 1989 to 2010. In 1992, Brown wroteThe People v. Lee Harvey Oswald,” the culmination of almost 30 years of JFK study. A well-known researcher took an interest in it and put Brown in touch with Carroll & Graf, known for publishing JFK material, and the book was published in the fall of 1992. In the next four years, Brown published “Treachery in Dallas, The Referenced Index Guide to the JFK Assassination,” the “JFK Assassination Quizbook” and the “Warren Omission.” With those five works, Brown became a regular on the JFK lecture circuit, giving keynote speeches in Washington, Dallas and in the United Kingdom. After several years of collaborating with Jay Harrison, a Dallas police officer on duty on November 22, 1963, Brown wrote “The Guns of Texas Are Upon You” to honor Harrison’s memory after his 2005 passing.

For the next 7½ years, Brown compiled “The JFK Chronology,” sometimes listed as the “JFK Master Chronology,” a 32,000-page work that covers virtually all JFK-related events from the first Kennedy to arrive in the United States (1823) to what would have been JFK’s 96th birthday, May 29, 2013. That work became available on CD-Rom and eventually as a series of e-books.

To make reservations, visit The Mob Museum’s website For more information, please call (702) 229-2734.

The Mob Museum is a world-class destination in downtown Las Vegas dedicated to the thrilling story of organized crime and law enforcement. It presents an exciting and authentic view of the Mob’s impact on Las Vegas history and its unique imprint on the world. True stories of Mob history are brought to life in a bold and contemporary style via engaging exhibits, high-tech theater presentations and more than 600 artifacts, the largest collection of Mob and related law enforcement memorabilia under one roof. Since opening in 2012, The Mob Museum has accumulated numerous accolades, including being named one of “20 Places Every American Should See” by Fox News and Budget Travel magazine, “Las Vegas’ Best New Attractions for 2012” by Travel + Leisure magazine, “9 Reasons to Visit Las Vegas” by CNNgo, a finalist for the “Best Wider World Project Award,” by the British Guild of Travel Writers and “Best Museum” by Nevada Magazine and the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Admission is $19.95 for adults ages 18 and over with special pricing for children, seniors, military, law enforcement, Nevada residents, and teachers. Museum hours are Sundays through Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Fridays and Saturdays 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. For more information, call (702) 229-2734 or visit Connect on Facebook: and on Twitter: @TheMobMuseum.

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