Satan, The FBI, The Mob — And The Forgotten Plot To Kill Ted Kennedy • Discoverology

Satan, The FBI, The Mob — And The Forgotten Plot To Kill Ted Kennedy

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During the 1980 presidential campaign, a notorious Hollywood satanist was linked to a plot to murder the third Kennedy brother, uncovered documents show. For Kennedy, the LaVey case was just another bizarre subplot in a life full of them, the cost of being a Kennedy and leading a public life.

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