AUTHOR SOLVES DEATH MYSTERY OF ENQUIRER’S 1976 JFK-MISTRESS SCOOP!

Published on: March 30, 2012
NationalEnquirer.com
The ENQUIRER broke one of the biggest JFK scoops ever – in our March 2, 1976 print issue. We revealed President JOHN F. KENNEDY had carried on a steamy two-year affair while he was in office with gorgeous blonde socialite MARY PINCHOT MEYER.


The secret White House affair included almost 30 “trysts” – and their sexual encounters were fueled by drugs, including marijuana and even LSD!


Our scoop inspired Massachusetts author Peter Janney to dig deeper into the incredible story because Mary had died under strange circumstances. Now, some 35 years later, Janney has penned a blockbuster new book titled “Mary’s Mosaic,” which is being published this Monday, April 2.


Here’s the back story…On Oct. 12, 1964, 11 months after the Kennedy assassination, and three weeks after the Warren Commission report on JFK’s death was made public, Mary was shot to death in Washington, D.C.


A man was arrested, but the gun used in the shooting was never located, and the man was acquitted of all charges.


The murder has remained unsolved until NOW!


In his blockbuster book, Janney reveals that Mary’s murder was the work of the CIA!


In a bombshell cover story in the new issue of Globe, Janney reveals the identity of the CIA assassin who murdered the President’s mistress along with other secrets from his book.


The book rips the lid off one of the U.S. government’s darkest secrets – and thanks to the ENQUIRER’s scoop all the way back in 1976, the rest as they say is history!