I originally ran this post back in 2013, but it seemed appropriate to rerun it today. I hope you’ll indulge me . . .
If you’ve followed my blog for any length of time, you probably know there are a few things I’m passionate about:
- Myth and urban legends
- The fictional characters of Aloyisius Pendergast and Gerald Tarrant
- Robert F. Kennedy
It’s the last of these I want to reference today.
There is some small part of me that remembers seeing a newsreel of Sirhan Sirhan shoot Bobby Kennedy in the Ambassador Hotel shortly after midnight on June 5, 1968. Has it really been fifty years since that fateful day?
I was much too young to understand what had taken place, but there is a strange clip of the event in my head, as if captured on an old grainy black and white TV.
I wasn’t a child…
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