David Lifton Book

New here on the forum- so sorry if this has been covered already. A while back I listened to a podcast with David Lifton touting a new book that he was working on which supposedly had many new revelations. One I remember him saying was that the original plot was scheduled to have the autopsy done in Dallas and that the coroner there was in on the whole thing, but the secret service removing the body and taking it to Washington forced them to quickly set up alternate plans at Bethesda. There were other points that I cannot recall. Does anyone know what happened to that book? Len replied that he received some money up front to write this book. I have not heard anything and was curious if anyone else has.


  • Interesting. I don't know! Do you remember which podcast it was exactly? Here's the list: https://blackopradio.com/archives.html

    BTW, thanks for you post. Since starting this new edition of the forum, you're one of the few posters! Not sure why engagement with the forum is so low right now. If anyone has any suggestions to get conversation going here, let me know.

  • Lifton has been flogging this book for decades. I believe it almost went to press twice. Lifton seems to find new evidence just as the book is about to be published and withdraws it.

    Amazon has the following entry:

    Final Charade Hardcover – Import, June 30, 2007 (William Morrow and Co.) by David Lifton (Author)

    Google Books even has an entry for 2000, supposedly published by Harper Collins. There is one review: "Hello Q." Five stars....

    The ISBN number for the 2000 book defaults to William Morrow in 2007. This is all very strange.

    There is a GoFundMe for the book. It currently has $2310 of a targeted $25,000. Lifton has an update from February 6, 2021.

    Lifton appeared on the _Night Fright_ show in 2016 about the book: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMblToYoWzA&t=3s This is part 1. Part 2 does not appear to be on YouTube.

    Both halves are here: http://feeds.feedburner.com/nightfright

    So, yes, the book exists—presumably in manuscript form. Will it ever be published? Probably not by a standard publisher. Perhaps it will be self-published if Lifton manages to raise enough money. Don't hold your breath.

  • Has Jim DiEugenio

    Has Jim DiEugenio ever done a review of Lifton's "Best Evidence"?

  • He certainly mentions it, but I can't find a specific review, though it could conceivably exist. Anyone?

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