This month's Vanity Fair has an outrageously mysterious profile/psychological study wrapped in a tale of investigative journalism called "A Claim to Camelot." A man named Jack Worthington claims his mother had an affair with JFK and he's his son. If anything JFK-conspiracy based floats your boat, check out this piece immediately. There's a DNA test. Two of them! And a trip to the "largest collection of hair from historical figures. I'm not going to tell you how it winds up, the journey is half the fun and the story is hot.
Who could pass up this story with a teaser like this:
I have been retained to represent my client who is the son of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy in his effort to prove his paternity. . . . His mother . . only recently told my client that John F. Kennedy was his father. My client’s physical appearance and personality closely resemble JFK. He has been stopped on the street on numerous occasions by strangers who have told him such resemblance is remarkable…
Come on admit it! Don't you want to know?