And so, my fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country.

–JFK

On 21st November John F Kennedy (JFK) would take the flight to Texas. He would be assassinated the subsequent day. JFK is one of the most prominent American statesman during the Cold War. He is famous for his ability to tackle precarious situations through his diplomatic prowess. Kennedy’s most celebrated success was the aversion of Cuban Missile Crisis. He was shot twice while the Presidential motorcade traveled through downtown Dallas. Various conspiracy theories started to do rounds but it was confirmed later that the assassin acted alone. Most of the American people of the time believed that Kennedy was killed because of some conspiracy. This fascination with the conspiracy theories, according to some historians, resulted because of the collective inability to deal with the sudden loss of such a charismatic President.