The mystery man has come forward. After Vanity Fair ditched an article about the existence of an alleged President John F. Kennedy "love child," the New York Post revealed his existence, without a name.
The Vancouver Sun has published an interview with Jack Worthington, who is said to have an uncanny resemblance to the assassinated U.S president. In their journalistic coup, the Sun said:
"Worthington revealed that part of the Vanity Fair article's research "focuses on my mother's paternal family and their history as lifelong political allies of [JFK's vice-president and successor Lyndon Baines Johnson] in south Texas. That research is related to the rise of LBJ and the fall of JFK, which is an extraordinarily sensitive topic to Americans, so caution and analytical rigour are extremely important."
Many have claimed that Johnson was part of a plot that set Kennedy up to be killed in Dallas, Texas on Nov. 22, 1963.
Earlier this week, the Peanut crew reported that the Parkland Hospital room where JFK died is being stored in Kansas. We also included some videos of the killing shot that day in Dallas.