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Dallas, We Have A Problem: An Examination of the Kennedy Assassination Evidence with Claudia Turner
July 11 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Join us in the Library’s Marc Jacobs Reading Room to hear local author and Kennedy assassination expert, Claudia Turner present “Dallas, We Have a Problem: An Examination of the Kennedy Assassination Evidence” on Thursday, July 11 at 6:00 pm.
Claudia Turner was born in Baltimore, Maryland, attended Bates College (BS Biology), Penn State (MS Physiology), and the Johns Hopkins University (PhD Physiology). During her postdoctoral fellowship at Smith Kline and French, her advisor made her aware of the many inconsistencies in the Warren Commission’s investigation of the Kennedy assassination.
She worked in the pharmaceutical industry for the next 22 years but maintained a keen interest interest in the assassination and has read more than two hundred books on the topic. Claudia retired from Pfizer in 2010 to pursue her life-long dream of writing. After taking many courses at Grub Street, a writer’s collective in Boston, she published her first book, Scars and Stripes Forever, a modern-day suspense novel that weaves many little-known facts about the JFK assassination into a suspenseful plot.
Encouraged by the critical acclaim of her first book, Claudia wrote an equally suspenseful sequel, The Scions of Atlantis, which provides ample food for thought about events currently facing our nation.
Claudia and her wife, Luanne, split their time between Provincetown and Western Mass and, in addition to writing, Claudia enjoys her family, her dog Rosie, hiking, golfing, and traveling.
As a formally trained scientist, Claudia will present hard data about the JFK assassination and the many inconsistencies concerning the official version of events that occurred on that fateful weekend in Dallas. She will answer any questions that arise and will also be available afterwards to sign copies of her books.