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Although not well known today, Dorothy Kilgallen was a popular celebrity reporter and one of the panelists of the hit 50s-60’s game show What’s My Line? “Miss Kilgallen” as they called her, was a rare mixture of intellect and glamor who exuded down-home charm.
The world was shocked when was found dead in her bed on the morning of November 8th, 1965. The coroner’s report said, “alcohol and barbiturates” with circumstances “undetermined.”
What really happened, and why should you care?
My guest this week is a former criminal defense attorney and author Mark Shaw. Two of his 30 books are about Kilgallen’s death and he is convinced she was murdered by, most likely, a combination of rogue (?) government agents and mafia figures. All of it tied to the assassination of President John F Kennedy and what she knew about it. When Jack Ruby, who killed the alleged Kennedy assassin Lee Harvey Oswald, went on trial in early 1964 (the world’s first televised trial) he gave two interviews to Dorothy Kilgallen. He trusted her integrity and admired her writing skills.
He must have told her something world-rocking, which is why Mark Shaw’s first book on Kilgallen is titled, The Reporter Who Knew Too Much.
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