At the Door of Memory, Aubrey Rike and the Assassination of President Kennedy
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At the Door of Memory, Aubrey Rike and the Assassination of President Kennedy

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While in Trauma Room 1, Dallas, Texas, Aubrey Rike found himself at the center of an unparalleled time in history, and in doing so, assumed the unscripted yet essential role of providing selfless and heartfelt assistance to Jacqueline Kennedy.The emotional incident Aubrey shares is at times heartbreaking, and brings unashamed tears to his eyes as he relates those private m...more
Hardcover, 196 pages
Published November 1st 2008 by JFK Lancer Production (first published 2008)
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Pete daPixie
Oliver Stone's 'JFK' includes some scenes that depicted the actions of Aubrey Rike on 22/11/63, but blink and you miss them. Those small parts are set out in this short book. (180 pages) 'At the Door of Memory' is Aubrey's account of the removal of the epileptic in front of the TSBD just minutes before the motorcade. Upon arrival at Parkland the admirable Mr Rike is involved in the whirlwind of history in Trauma Room One and almost twenty years later becomes the key Parkland witness for David Li...more
Andy Carhart
Andy Carhart marked it as to-read
Oct 07, 2009
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At The Door Of Memory: Aubrey Rike, A Witness To History and the Assassination of President Kennedy

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