THE CONSPIRACY TO KILL JOHN LENNON

Posted: December 9, 2015 in Uncategorized

Eric Schlehlein, Author

THE WORDS HE NEVER SAID HAVE STAYED WITH ME

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JOHN LENNON’S BLOOD-STAINED GLASSES

A long time ago I was watching a piece on television about the assassination of John Lennon.  The report was claiming that, after taking two bullets from Mark David Chapman’s pistol, Lennon had staggered into the lobby of his apartment building, the Dakota, and exclaimed to a nearby concierge, “They’ve shot me.”

Apparently he never said, “They’ve shot me.”  Doing a search online about the last words of John Lennon will get you a couple of different stories.  One will claim that instead of “They’ve shot me,” he uttered, “I’m shot,” before collapsing on the steps inside the lobby of his apartment building.  Another story says that he was conscious but incoherent in his last moments, answering “yeah” or “yes” to officials asking him if he’s John Lennon in the back of an ambulance.

What a stupid…

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Comments
  1. Roo's Ruse says:

    A good point for writers to remember: Last words are as important as the first, especially in chaotic scenarios. Be careful about presenting speculation as fact; one either knows or doesn’t. Got it.

  2. Janice Wald says:

    linking to you tomorrow.
    Janice

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  4. marisoto says:

    I really like history and the bit you said about Archduke Franz Ferdinand was really interesting. I mean, does it matter what he said? Even, does it matter his dead. I don’t think being dead or alive could stop the Great War for happening.
    I know this is about John Lennon, I just wanted to say something about that.

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