"JFK Assassination - What They Told Me" unveils a treasury of knowledge crafted by William Holiday, a dedicated educator with a passion for unraveling the truths behind the JFK assassination. Within these pages lie an extensive compendium of photographs, film segments, interviews, recordings, and documents, offering readers a journey through the event's multifaceted dimensions.
A career educator, not a traditional researcher, William Holiday spent over five decades sharing his profound insights with students. From his years at Dummerston Elementary School to Brattleboro Union High School, and through his tenure at Keene State College and Castleton University, he fostered intellectual growth. His teachings on the JFK assassination, which spanned more than 50 years, extended most recently to the CALL Program at Keene State, where his classes often involved field studies in Dallas, Texas.
Notably, Holiday refrains from adopting the labels of "conspiracy theorist" or a staunch advocate of the "lone nut assassin" theory endorsed by the Warren Commission. Instead, he serves as a conduit for the firsthand accounts he has accumulated over time. The witnesses he introduces, ranging from researchers to doctors, provide unique perspectives that challenge conventional narratives. The book echoes the voices of those who were on the scene, including a young lady, an ambulance driver, an automobile salesman, and a deaf observer—all of whom recount their experiences in Dealey Plaza on November 22.