The Fake Picture That Could Have Changed Our Views On JFK [SCREENSHOT]

Posted Jan 3, 2010

When Americans think of former President John Fitzgerald “Jack” Kennedy (JFK), they think about the time he spent in World War II, the way he defeated Nixon, the Space Race, the building of the Berlin Wall, the Bay of Pigs Invasion, the Cuban Missile Crisis, the African American Civil Rights Movement, the beginning of the Vietnam War, and the man’s assassination at a young age. Unforunately JFK was known to be a womanizer as well. He was believed to have an affair with Marilyn Monroe and Mimi Alford. This past week a new picture of JFK surfaced on the Internet and it was sent to is a blog and celebrity gossip channel show and operated by Aol and Time Warner. When TMZ was sent the picture below, they immediately verified whether it was real or not. The picture features JFK lying down on a boat and he seems to be partying with several naked women. It turns out this picture was a hoax.

The Smoking Gun website revealed a color picture in a Playboy magazine from 1967 that shows the exact same poses for the women jumping around, but there is a different man laying down in the snapshot instead of JFK. That means that the fake JFK photo below was altered after 1967 and JFK died in 1963.

Had this photo been real, do you think that it would have changed your views on JFK? Leave a comment and let us know.