(PRWEB) October 02, 2013
Ms. Baker will be available for limited press interviews in Baton Rouge Oct. 15-17 and in New Orleans, Oct. 18-23. She is the featured speaker at a Symposium in New Orleans on Oct. 19 (details below). Contact Kris Millegan at 1.800.556.2012 (publisher(at)trineday(dot)net) or Jonathan Barnes at 504.897.6110 (bcobarnes(at)aol(dot)com) to arrange an interview.
Judyth Vary Baker, author of Me & Lee: How I came to know, love and lose Lee Harvey Oswald, will be a featured speaker at a one-day Symposium about the 50th Anniversary of the JFK Assassination on October 19, 9 a.m. to Noon, Room 114 Loyola University’s Miller Hall.
Judyth Vary Baker’s explosive story brings new insight to the role of Lee Harvey Oswald in the JFK assassination. She is a living witness to events that changed America, and knew Lee Harvey Oswald as well as other key players in the fateful November, 1963 events.
In 1963, Ms. Baker attended University of Florida and was involved in advanced cancer research involving radiation and human melanoma cells, especially evaluating the effects of the cancerous SV-40 virus contained in early polio vaccines.
In the Spring of 1963, Baker was contacted by Dr. Alton Ochsner, former President of the American Cancer Society and founder of the Ochsner Medical Clinic, to work on a summer project in New Orleans involving the transference of cancer via vaccine and its possible cure. During the course of this internship, Ms. Baker meets Lee Harvey Oswald, who becomes her constant companion, and eventually, her lover.
Oswald is also associated with the Oschner project. The cancer research Ms. Baker is working on, she soon learns, is tied to efforts to kill Cuba’s President Fidel Castro, possibly by a tainted cancer-inducing vaccine. Dr. Oschner is a supporter of anti-Communist activities.
Though Ms. Baker eventually returns to Florida, she remained in phone contact with Lee Oswald until Nov. 20, 1963, just two days before the JFK assassination. Her book, Me and Lee, recounts the events of 1963 and the words of her final conversation with Oswald.
Former Governor Jesse Ventura calls Baker’s book “stunning” and ranked it among his six favorite conspiracy reads. NY Times Best-Selling author Jim Marrs, author of Crossfire: The Plot that Killed Kennedy, recommends “the impassioned, unflinching voice of Judyth Vary Baker” to hear what our government will not tell us.
Oct. 19, 2013 will be Judyth’s first public appearance in New Orleans in over 10 years. The date follows Oswald’s October 18th birthday when he would have turned 74. Judyth lives abroad for safety reasons.
The symposium event is open to the public, but registration is required. A $20 admission charge includes Ms. Baker’s book or another title by Trineday Books about the JFK assassination. Seating is limited. To reserve your space, go to http://trineday.com/Loyola. Phone inquiries: 800.556.2012
Please contact Kris Millegan at 1.800.556.2012/publisher(at)trineday(dot)net to schedule an interview.