'Oswald's Ghost' Explores the Allure of JFK's Death The 1963 Warren Commission found that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in assassinating President John F. Kennedy. But even now, 44 years later, conspiracy theories abound. Robert Stone's upcoming film Oswald's Ghost explores the U.S. fascination with Kennedy's death.
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'Oswald's Ghost' Explores the Allure of JFK's Death

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'Oswald's Ghost' Explores the Allure of JFK's Death

'Oswald's Ghost' Explores the Allure of JFK's Death

'Oswald's Ghost' Explores the Allure of JFK's Death

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The 1963 Warren Commission found that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in assassinating President John F. Kennedy. But even now, 44 years later, conspiracy theories abound.

Robert Stone speaks with Liane Hansen about his upcoming film Oswald's Ghost. The movie explores the American fascination with Kennedy's death and looks more closely at Oswald's character.