The fact that the JFK assassination is still (supposedly) unresolved.
Had a discussion/argument with otherwise very intelligent friend about it the other night. Spurred me to dig out my conspiracy mag I bought at grassy knoll.
In 1966, the London Sunday Times asked Lloyds of London to prepare an actuarial table based on the probability of just the first 16 so-called "mysterious" or "strange" deaths following JFK killing. Based on age, sex, previous health history, occupation, etc., Lloyds came back with the odds against those first 16 being dead in such a short time were 100 hundred thousand trillion to one.
Also, Google the name Dorothy Kilgallen (she's among those 16).
It's head-shaking to think this all happened.
“You’ve been waiting for it for a long time, but you got it. You wanted it, you got it. We’re bringing it home.’’