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Aaron Crumbley Ms.

Caruso ENGL 1102 11 Apr 2012 Imagine a world in which the illuminati played a role in killing the leader of the free world. The year is 1963 and America’s willpower will be tested. The John F. Kennedy assassination has caused many conspirators to gravitate towards extreme culprits. The thought of Illuminati involvement is one that many have not mused. They would be the main factors involved in killing President Kennedy. This idea of supreme conspiracy would raise eyebrows across the country, if not the world. This idea could evolve into a New York Times best seller, a USA Today Top 100 book and most definitely could end up in Oprah’s book club list. It was the perfect time for an assassination because of all of the political and social strife that occurred in the 1950’s and 60’s. The initial lightbulb manifested from JFK’s assassination and how throughout the years many specialists and experts disagreed over who killed the president and how. Historically speaking this was a major red flag that personally needed an answer. . In becoming consumed with this idea the fact of the matter is someone other than Lee Harvey Oswald killed the president that day. Certainly one could see this with basic witness testimonies all describing a very different scene with very contrasting evidence of what occurred. Speaking literally, there is no way that one man could fire three bullets from one bolt action rifle and there be no witnesses.

Comment [A1]: Fluff, Clarity, Elaboration, Structure, Transitions.

Comment [A2]: Removed fluff and formalized. Comment [A3]: Changed the sentence around for clarity.

Comment [A4]: Sentence structure and formalization of the wording.

Comment [A5]: Aligned all verb tenses.

Comment [A6]: Structure change on how I was inspired by the history.

There are just so many details that don’t align with what the government wants us to know. These details became embedded in my brain; however there are not always answers. The main idea of this concept is we know the man who was responsible for pulling the trigger and his motivation for doing so and how he feels after doing so. There are several key moments of Michael’s life that are touched upon, his parent’s tragic death and relocation to his insane uncle’s home. However, everything in this story has a tie in to why Michael accepts the offer to kill the president. All of this and his ultimate resolution in his head before he is murdered by the illuminati to keep him quiet. With Michael’s death and the truth unknown to the world, the Illuminati maintain their mysterious allure. Characters are the building blocks of a story and create all of the excitement between the pages. Here are several characters that all play equally vital roles in this immense conspiracy. The main character’s name is Michael Novak and he is the man who murders John F. Kennedy. He plays a huge role in the novel and we see him develop from a child all of the way to a cold blooded killer. Many factors play a huge role in his life and the way he develops along with his caretaker being a lunatic. Michael is also approached by the head of the Illuminati, David Ross. David is a charming, manipulative man who will crush anyone in his path. We learn that David is an older man who is very physically fit for his age and that he has an endless supply of power and money. Jerry Norwood is Michael’s crazy uncle. He is the X factor behind Michael’s interest in the military and the reason any of the chaos is unleashed. Jerry ran away from home to the local armory when he was a mere twelve years old. This man knew he was destined for military greatness and was willing and ready to serve his country at the drop of a dime.
Comment [A13]: Decided to remove Lee Harvey from the paper because he was unnecessary fluff. Comment [A12]: Clarifying the paragraph, to show that major characters will be discussed here. Comment [A9]: Structure of the sentence and clarity. Comment [A10]: This is the point at the end of the story when Michael reminisces and realizes that he may have made the wrong choice in killing JFK. Comment [A11]: Structure and Formalization of the sentence. Comment [A8]: Clarity.

Lastly I believe a subject so interesting and intriguing as this would have an impact on many different audience groups. Ranging from the youth that love action movies today, to the culture of adults that lived there young lives back in the 1960’s, this would capture an enormous amount of attention. The premise behind this idea has never been used and I believe with the growing interest in Illuminati affairs now, the work would be an instant success. Along with the enormous amount of people who are interested and still in doubt about the details of John F. Kennedy’s death, the work would be an instant success. Although the movie would indeed need to have a more mature audience it would not be disturbing or disgusting. Yet the mere concept of a presidential assassination would not be suitable for a young audience. Adults would probably be our highest audience and many details in this project are aimed at an older generation who love a good mystery and now have an opportunity to take a step back and look at one of the oldest conspiracies and ask themselves what if? Action novels have always had an audience, look at Tom Clancy’s career, as well as the recent success of “The Hunger Games”. The technique of observing minute details and putting them on paper would make for an intense, action packed, thrill ride that would keep you on the edge of your seat all while simply reading.
Comment [A20]: Clarified on the action novel audience, as well as elaborated about why the action audience would enjoy this novel. Comment [A14]: The assassination of the president would make for a jam packed action thriller. Clarity.

Comment [A15]: Because of the amount of mystery that surrounds the subject and the possibility of this novel being the answer.

Comment [A16]: Formalized the word choice. Comment [A17]: Clarity and Formalization of the paragraph. Comment [A18]: Formalization with word choice. Comment [A19]: Formalized the sentence and clarified about the audience.

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