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William B Stoecker: On 5/22/49 a man jumped, fell, or was thrown or pushed from a small window on the sixteenth floor of Bethesda Naval Hospital in Washington, D.C. A cord from a bathrobe was tied around his neck as if he had planned to hang himself, but, strangely, if it had been tied to anything in the room it had come loose. The only thing to which it could have been attached was a radiator. Scuff marks were on the window sill, indicating possibly a struggle with one or more assailants, or, if it was suicide, a last moment change of heart and a failed attempt to save himself. The hospital, without bothering to investigate, immediately classed the death as suicide, and the County Coroner agreed without question and signed the death certificate. Bethesda Naval Hospital, you may recall, did the autopsy on JFK in 1963, an autopsy that has been questioned by many researchers, and which “proved” that JFK was shot from behind.

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I'm surprised this was not placed in Conspiracy Theories section. Good story. :tu:

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One of your better columns :) - but even if Forrestal was murdered I doubt it was because of information about UFOs much more likely it was about money and power - the earthly reasons people in power kill or have killed other members of their own set.

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The real mystery is how he was alive in DC in 1949 when his dead body was found in South America in 1936...

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