The 5 most popular pages on JFK Facts

The five most viewed pages on JFK Facts over the past year represent a cross-section of what this site is about: timely news, reliable sources, and authoritative analysis.

Google Analytics tells me that the single most popular JFK Facts story is my dispatch about a woman who was good friends with Jack Ruby in 1963. That scoop is followed by: an interview with a former White House aide who talked to President Nixon about JFK’s assassination; a consumer’s guide to the best JFK assassinate Web sites; a critique of the JFK theory of best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell; and a straight new article about how cops on the scene responded to the gunfire that killed President Kennedy.

1) Ex-flame says Jack Ruby ‘had no choice’ but to kill Oswald (March 21, 2103)

2) Why Roger Stone’s JFK book has to be taken seriously (June 25, 2013)

3) Best JFK Web sites

4) Gladwell’s folly: Did a Secret Service man shoot JFK? (July 29, 2013)

5) 21 JFK cops who heard a grassy knoll shot  (Sept. 24, 2013).

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1 thought on “The 5 most popular pages on JFK Facts”

  1. S.R. "Dusty" Rohde

    I think it’s great that you can track topics with Google Analytics, and even better that the more popular posts are revisited as newer posts continue to be applied.
    You provide an outstanding venue for the debate of the JFK Assassination, as well as simplified access to related repositories of information, for educational fact finding and verification purpose. So that there is no real excuse for anyone to be perpetually uninformed. Facts are available at the touch of a fingertip, and it doesn’t hurt that so many knowledgable posters contribute to locating those facts through citations.
    I share your site on my FB page often….and advise people to give the site a visit.
    Question, are the FB settings such that people can add friends?
    You’re doing a great job with the site…..and I think the reputation for the Mary Ferrell Foundation speaks for itself….and outstanding source for Assassination related materials. Without sites like this, the truth will never be told.

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