In response to my call for crowdsourcing Madeleine Brown’s story about Vice President Johnson attending a party the night before the assassination of JFK and saying the Kennedys would never embarrass him again, I received no information to corroborate Brown’s story.
My call for crowdsouricng was based on a Hugh Aynesworth book review in which he asserted that LBJ didn’t arrive in Texas until 11 pm that night and was filmed at Fort Worth hotel around midnight, casting doubt on Brown’s story.
I heard from people who don’t like Aynesworth, but I didn’t hear from anyone who disputed his claims about LBJ’s whereabouts on that night
I also heard from Gary Mack of the Sixth Floor Museum who wrote:
“On November 5, 1982, Madeleine Brown held a morning press conference at
the Press Club of Dallas to announce her forthcoming book, Texas In The
Morning. She promised to detail her romance with LBJ but only hinted that
her son, who was also present, might have been Johnson’s illegitimate son.
“After her opening statement and in response to a question during the Q&A,
Brown said that Speaker of the House Sam Rayburn and Johnson were behind
the Kennedy assassination. Surprisingly, no reporters caught the major
gaffe she made, for Rayburn died in 1961, two years prior to Kennedy’s
death in Dallas.”
So based on the information I have received, I would say that Brown’s story is not credible.
If you have factual information in the form of links, documents, citations, or memories that is relevant to Brown’s story please send me an email.