Here’s the 21st century way to get the JFK assassination story — via an iPhone app, now available at the iTunes App Store for just 99 cents.
Developed by Colorado-based developer Marlene Zenker, the app offers “a wealth of facts and resources to start your own research.”
Zenker says she hopes the app will “pass the torch to the younger generation who basically know nothing about [JFK’s assassination] except that the government was probably involved.”
Zenker says an Android version of the app will be available soon.
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