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Friday, November 22nd, 1963, Dallas, Texas, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, is assassinated at 12:30 p.m. Central Standard Time as his motorcade hits town, watched by crowds of spectators and the world’s media. Watching too from the grassy knoll nearby is a young mother who, in the confusion, lets go of her daughter’s hand. When she turns around the little girl has vanished.

 

Fifty years later, when everyone remembers what they were doing at that moment in history, she is still missing. Who will remember her?

 

Local hack Gary Blanchet, inspired by the mother’s story, joins forces with former police psychic Lydia Collins to seek answers. Risking ridicule for their controversial theories and with a classroom shooting close to home to deal with, they re-examine the evidence from that day, study footage and look at the official report for details of witnesses in the JFK case. But this time they’re not looking for a man in a crowd with a gun; they are looking for little Eleanor Boone.

 

Gone, while no one was watching? Maybe someone was.



 

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