It’s one month before John F Kennedy is due to be gunned down in Dealey Plaza and Jake Epping’s plans are in disarray. He’s spending most of his time looking after the injured Sadie back in Jodie, leaving the surveillance and sheer monotony of constantly watching Lee Harvey Oswald to Bill Turcotte. Oswald has got himself employed at the Texas School Book Depository and, still with no conclusive proof he is to be the shooter – or, indeed, the only one – Jake is in a race against time. (more…)
Sadie’s growing mistrust of Jake derails their relationship and Jake starts to take stock and realise he’s back in the past for one reason and one reason only – to save JFK. But when Sadie is put in danger at the most crucial phase in his mission, Jake is torn between duty and love. Just which will he choose? (more…)
With the help of the eager Bill Turcotte, Jake continues to monitor and gather evidence on Lee Harvey Oswald, at the same time holding down his teaching job in nearby Jodie and falling hard for colleague Sadie Dunhill. But Miss Mimi from school has rumbled Jake’s real identity, Sadie’s estranged husband turns up and Bill starts to become emotionally involved with Oswald’s wife, making this double life increasingly complicated. Is Jake becoming too involved with the history he’s trying to change? (more…)
Jake brings Bill Turcotte into his confidence and enlists his help with the mission at hand, and the duo head to Dallas to prepare for the arrival of Lee Harvey Oswald. With three years until Kennedy’s assassination, Jake takes a job at a local high school where he meets beautiful librarian Sadie Dunhill. Thoroughly enjoying his 1960’s life in Smalltown USA, can he remain focused to the task in hand and save Kennedy? (more…)
With three years and plenty of time to track and investigate Lee Harvey Oswald, Jake decides to see if he really can make major changes to the past. Tracking down Frank Dunning, father of his janitor friend Harry from 2016, Jake resolves to stop him butchering Harry’s entire family in a drunken rage on Halloween, an event that completely changed the course of Harry’s life. But will the past continue to keep pushing back? And who else wants Frank dead? (more…)
To mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of JFK, and to promote X-Men: Days of Future Past, Fox has released this short teaser, along with a website, that cleverly links Magneto to a new theory about the revered president’s death. (more…)
One of the most influential men in voice imitation has died. The long time Mass senator and last surviving brother to JFK died in his home on Cape Cod. His struggle with brain cancer finally taking his life just weeks after his sister…These Kennedy’s can never die normally! Howard Stern, while on vacation, I’m sure will be very sad and mournful. Spending several hours, often in a row, just imitating Ted Kennedy…Sir, we speak your names.