I find the Kennedy assassination mysterious, and endlessly fascinating. It is obviously mysterious in the characteristic cloak and dagger kind of way: intrigue, secrecy, and undercover activities play a large part in the assassination. Trying to determine the reason for Kennedy’s death, or for that matter, who was responsible is like looking through a kaleidoscope with overlapped impetus distorted by the mirrors inside. You turn the information one way, and one reason and set of suspects becomes predominate and appears to be the perpetrators. Turn it again, and another group seems to possess the best motivation. Fascinated, I cannot seem to stop rotating the lens. As a result, I never arrive at a conclusion.
I also find study of the assassination mysterious in that it seems to reveal information incrementally, with no particular order, and sometimes with no apparent connection to other documented information. Mysterious because that doled out information is incessantly provided in voluminous writings which offer pieces of the puzzle that I cannot make fit seamlessly together, leaving me with more questions than answers.
Yes, study of the Kennedy assassination is mysterious. However, it is also fascinating. It captivated my attention, calling to me to find order in the chaos of the kaleidoscope of who and why. If you, too are compelled by the need to have concrete, provable answers that offer some sense of what happened, check out my book, Enemy of the Truth: Myths, Forensics, and the Kennedy Assassination. No mysterious theories, just reliable forensic research applied to what we have as available evidence. I finally have pieces of the puzzle that fit together perfectly.