"Wherever Dorothy goes fame precedes her, envy follows her and a crowd looks on. She is one of the communication marvels of the age..." 

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the mysterious death of media icon Dorothy Kilgallen and its connection to the JFK assassination.

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For five decades and counting, the exhaustive 18-month investigation of the JFK assassination by Dorothy Kilgallen has been buried due to a cover-up by those threatened with a tell-all book she was writing for Random House. When the famed journalist was found dead in her Manhattan apartment in November 1965 of an alleged drug overdose, no investigation occurred despite a staged death scene and suspicions by those closest to her that she had been murdered.

In the coming months toward The Reporter Who Knew Too Much’s December 6 release date, this site will present, among other startling revelations:

  1. Never-before-seen videotaped interviews with those who describe in depth circumstances surrounding her death.
  2. Secret government documents proving the FBI used an informant to spy on Kilgallen's private and public life and her JFK assassination investigation.
  3. Kilgallen's secret autopsy report that includes "smoking gun" evidence suggesting that the famous journalist did not die accidentally.
  4. Kilgallen's never-before-disclosed private papers pointing toward identifying the "mystery man" who met her shortly before she died.
  5. How the NYC Medical Examiner's Office covered up Kilgallen's true cause of death to protect those who harmed her.

Through publication of this book, Kilgallen's search for the truth about the JFK assassination is exposed for the first time in a true crime “whodunit” murder mystery with multiple suspects abounding including Frank Sinatra, J. Edgar Hoover and Mafia Don Carlos Marcello. While focusing on motive for Dorothy Kilgallen's shocking death, the author presents the most compelling evidence about the JFK assassination since the House Select Committee on Assassinations investigation in the 1970s.

Most importantly, The Reporter Who Knew Too Much points to one startling verdict: Kilgallen was denied justice following her death. That is, until now.

(Post Hill Press/Simon and Schuster – December 2016).
More about the book at SimonAndSchuster.com
To Learn More about Dorothy
Visit TheDorothyKilgallenStory.org

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During the months leading up to the December 6, 2016 release of The Reporter Who Knew Too Much, eyewitness video interviews with those who knew Dorothy Kilgallen best and secret government documents will corroborate the claims and charges exposed for the first time in this book. Here is a sample of the interviews/documents to be presented:

Kilgallen Hairdresser and Confidant Marc Sinclaire

Sinclaire talks about Kilgallen's being scared right before she died.

What My Line? Contestant Katherine Stone

Describes 'Mystery Man' Kilgallen met shortly before she died.

Murrow CBS Kilgallen Interview

Dorothy and husband Dick show townhouse

To Learn More about Dorothy

Visit TheDorothyKilgallenStory.org

Her Life Told Through Photos, Newspaper Columns, Gov Docs, Spoken Words, and Videos


When What's My Line TV Star and Media Icon Dorothy Kilgallen died in 1965, was it suicide, accidental death, or murder? In a mesmerizing presentation at the famous Book Passage bookstore near San Francisco on December 8, 2016, author Mark Shaw examines the feasibility of each theory as featured in his 25th book, "The Reporter Who Knew Too Much" providing the shocking conclusion that Kilgallen, was murdered for a writing a tell-all book about the JFK assassination for Random House. Relying on primary sources including the examination of more than 50 never-before-seen videotaped interviews with those closest to Kilgallen, and secret government documents available at thedorothykilgallenstory.org website, Shaw provides conclusive evidence the Pulitzer-Prize nominated journalist and investigative reporter was silenced by those threatened with exposure, the worst form of censorship especially since she was denied justice when no investigation of her death occurred in a cover-up by those who may have harmed her including J. Edgar Hoover, Mafia Don Carlos Marcello and Frank Sinatra.