Arthur Strout could have been another Perry Russo...
Updated: Apr 29
Once the so-called Garrison investigation became public, all sorts of people came out of the woodwork. Arthur Strout was fortunate. He had the good sense to go home before it was too late.
Boston Traveler March 16, 1967
Strout was given a ticket to go to New Orleans:
Boston Traveler, March 17, 1967
Boston Traveler, March 19, 1967
He was missing, and his father was not impressed:
Boston Traveler, March 23, 1967
He was drunk:
New Orleans Times-Picayune, March 24, 1967
Boston Traveler, March 28, 1967
At least Mr. Strout turned back. Other people went forward with their crazy stories - like Clyde Limbough, Raymond Broshears (see below), Edward Girnus, Edward Whalen, Fred Leemans, Raymond Cummings, and of course, Perry Russo.
Have a look at some of the posts on Raymond Broshears. He was quite the fabulist, and yet, conspiracy theorists like James DiEugenio and Dick Russell find him credible.
I have uploaded a telephone call between Strout and a Garrison investigator:
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