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An extremely thoroughly written book that lays out the true details of the JFK assassination It gives you cause to doubt the findings of the Warren Commission and the orchestrated findings of the report This book is a must read This is a very well researched book one chapter contained 80 footnotes over a span of 30 years It took me a little while to get into the book, but once I did, I couldn t stop I was floored by what a sham the Warren Commission was and horrified by the botched autopsy of JFK Barry Ernest dug for every single piece of research he could find and read and re read the Warren Report and accompanying volumes countless times He interviewed tons of people that the Warren Commission overlookedin This is a very well researched book one chapter contained 80 footnotes over a span of 30 years It took me a little while to get into the book, but once I did, I couldn t stop I was floored by what a sham the Warren Commission was and horrified by the botched autopsy of JFK Barry Ernest dug for every single piece of research he could find and read and re read the Warren Report and accompanying volumes countless times He interviewed tons of people that the Warren Commission overlookedin particular the one woman who would have been on the back staircase of the Texas Book Depository exactly when Oswald supposedly descended those same stairs After years of searching for Vicki Adams, Ernest finally gets some answers The book doesn t come to an obvious conclusionrather it is left for the reader to determine the legitimacy of what Ernest has found If you want to know the truth about the assassination of JFK..read this book I had the opportunity to hear Barry Ernest speak and he was as interesting in person as he is on the page He is a tenacious researcher and investigator I highly recommend The Girl on the Stairs Amazing read I will read anything Kennedy and while I always like them, they are all mostly the same Not so here Enlightening I have read and studied the JFK murder for years I have read over 50 books and numerous internet articles What impressed me about this book was the meticulous detailed search for an important eye witness to the escape of LHO down the stairs from the supposed snipers nest to the 2nd floor of the Book Depository Victoria Adams said in her statements to the bogus Warren Commission that she heard nor saw anyone during the time Oswald was alledged to have made his escape Her testimony was alte I have read and studied the JFK murder for years I have read over 50 books and numerous internet articles What impressed me about this book was the meticulous detailed search for an important eye witness to the escape of LHO down the stairs from the supposed snipers nest to the 2nd floor of the Book Depository Victoria Adams said in her statements to the bogus Warren Commission that she heard nor saw anyone during the time Oswald was alledged to have made his escape Her testimony was altered and she was made to look like a liar or airhead by the alledged commission attorney, David Belin In fact Victoria was truthful and had two eye witnesses who were with her during the rush out of the Book Depository right after the shots rang out Of course Belin chose not to interview either of victoria s co workers who could have substantiated her story That would of course created problems for the Warren Commission Credit goes to Barry Ernest for the pain staking, decades old search for the truth about Victoria and for his unceasing efforts to find Victoria and hear the truth directly from her As a result, Barry has written a straigh forward account of his story and search for the truth from the mid 60 s onward with a determination to ferret out the facts One of the most interesting tidbits in the boook is how he discovered the death certificate of JFK signed by Adniral Burkley hidden in the archives for decades For once I did not have to go through all of the Cuban Exhile groups, thed CIA frauds and other miscreants to find that the forces of LBJ and his bogus Warren Commission were never interested in the truth, but only that Oswald was another lone nut loser who for no apparent reason killed JFK I read this book in 4 or 5 hours and found it one of the best of the many books I have read on this subject If you want to know how little effort the Commission made to collect the truth and the extent they went to to hide the real facts not just Victoria s , this is a must read.Stephen CourtsAugust 1, 2011Columbus, Ohio I m surprised that The Girl on the Stairs is not farpopular than it is While it true that it is not as polished a work as I d like, the conclusions one must draw from the facts presented by Ernest are either bone jarring, or supportive of what you already knew Depending upon how much JFK research you ve done A key witness who could have singlehandedly discredited the Warren Report is as significant as it gets But why didn t she And why didn t any of the dozens of people in key pos I m surprised that The Girl on the Stairs is not farpopular than it is While it true that it is not as polished a work as I d like, the conclusions one must draw from the facts presented by Ernest are either bone jarring, or supportive of what you already knew Depending upon how much JFK research you ve done A key witness who could have singlehandedly discredited the Warren Report is as significant as it gets But why didn t she And why didn t any of the dozens of people in key positions take her testimony seriously People owe it to John F Kennedy, and future presidents, to read this book You ll be glad you did I read this because after I finished Stephen King s 11 22 63 , I was back in a Kennedy Assassination mode Years ago, I had read several books about JFK and this event I had forgotten alot of the details that I had once been so familiar with This book brought to my attention a story, I didn t recall hearing anything about, the story of Victoria Adams who had hurried down the Texas School Book Depository s back staircase from the fourth floor right after the shots rang out The timing would I read this because after I finished Stephen King s 11 22 63 , I was back in a Kennedy Assassination mode Years ago, I had read several books about JFK and this event I had forgotten alot of the details that I had once been so familiar with This book brought to my attention a story, I didn t recall hearing anything about, the story of Victoria Adams who had hurried down the Texas School Book Depository s back staircase from the fourth floor right after the shots rang out The timing would have made her on the stairs at the same time that Oswald would have been coming down them to leave the building, seemingly The book uses this witness to the events as a springboard, and gives a fairly detailed description of the many players in this very publicized and analyzed event, witnesses, as well as some of the main researchers, convinced of conspiracy I was very intrigued by the descriptions of the hours and hours of searching the National Archives, the interviews the author conducted and the comparisons of testimony and investigations by both the Warren Commission and the House Select Committee on Assassinations A good introduction overview, if you want to be transported to Dealey Plaza and meet some of the cast of characters whose lives were touched in some way by the very sad events of that terrible day Very well researched discussion of the JFK assassination The author starts out being skeptical that there was a conspiracy to kill the president, but as he continues to interview and this is over decades of time he comes to the only conclusion he can that Oswald was not the lone gunman that the Warren Commission portrayed him to be The evidence just didn t support that theory.Excellent book for people with an open mind about the crime of the century. I loooooove a good conspiracy book This book and the author s exhaustive research of the Warren Commission s documentation and transcripts, reminds me that the WC is just baloney. Finally had to give up around 349 349 pages about some girl s 15 second jaunt down a small wooden staircase isthan I can take Some interesting stuff, but very repetitive, and little of it new Author tries to buttress his credibility by claiming all the serious researchers knew him.One thing that has to worry serious assassination buffs is why, even after 50years, there seems to be not ONE serious academic study Or even course on the topic No one at Yale, Columbia, even Berk Finally had to give up around 349 349 pages about some girl s 15 second jaunt down a small wooden staircase isthan I can take Some interesting stuff, but very repetitive, and little of it new Author tries to buttress his credibility by claiming all the serious researchers knew him.One thing that has to worry serious assassination buffs is why, even after 50years, there seems to be not ONE serious academic study Or even course on the topic No one at Yale, Columbia, even Berkely publishing on the topic only some dude at Hood College a third rate school here in Maryland It is strange That Hood book, on the Warren Commission is a pretty good book, btw Nowadays, when literally ANYthing goes Eco feminist interpretations of the Platonic demiurge being published by Harvard Univ Press ad nauseam, not ONE serious academic sponsored book on JFK I can t figure it ^READ EBOOK ⇥ The Girl on the Stairs ↸ On November a young Victoria Elizabeth Adams stood behind a fourth floor window of the Texas School Book Depository in Dallas She watched as John Kennedy was murdered in the streets below Then, with a co worker in tow, she ran down the back stairs of the building in order to get outside and determine what had happened Product description from