Message from the author:
The online edition is illustrated. Links to films, documentaries and biographies of the Kennedy Assassination players not only buttress the major assertions of this novel, but provide the reader with an expansive resource to understand why the Thirty-Fifth president of the United States was murdered. It is not my intent to inject what some may consider phantasmal science fiction into what is a serious study by devoted and competent researchers.
For those who are not inclined to read the science fiction aspects of 1963 or the novel itself, the digital edition of 1963 has “Easy Access.” The political and historical aspects of the Kennedy Assassination can be effortlessly summoned with a single click.
Jack Kennedy was alive and vigorous in 1986 until Patch Kincaid went back in time and changed everything. When he later returns Patch is clueless as to why Kennedy was murdered. He never knew how his traveling to 1961 had caused the assassination of the 35th President of the United States!
Robert P. Fitton
reveals in 1963 why President Kennedy was killed because Patch Kincaid time traveled to
Patch returns to Dealey Plaza in Dallas, site of the Kennedy Assassination in November, 1963. Here he will sell CD's and books from a table highlighting the life of JFK. One BIG problem: Many people want his time travel knowledge, including the Chinese and deranged CIA scientist, Dr. Alexander Moon.
And United States military intelligence wants answers. Who has been working on time travel and where? Patch finds the answers but with a strong caveat: The military clears Patch's memory of any knowledge of the JFK assassination.
Patch, his memory stifled, lands in July, 1963. Shari, the woman who helps him is drawn into the events of 1963. And with the unseen help of his mentor and friend Ray Meinkewitz, Patch once again links up in 1963 with his close friend from 1961, Johnny Roselli.
No speculation. No outlandish claims and
wild theories. Documents exist. People in high places have talked. And
Fitton has actually footnoted every utterance and fact in his time travel novel 1963. Oswald did not shoot President Kennedy.