Were the Horrific ‘Ice Box Murders’ Linked to the Assassination of JFK?


June 23, 1965, was a regular day in Houston for police officer C.M. Bullock. The Cold war continued and the Cuban Missile Crisis brought the world to the brink just three years before, and Texas knew better than anybody the tragedy behind the “swinging Sixties.” President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas in November of 1963. Still, this was a world away from Bullock’s duties, and such things were likely far from his mind as he parked his cruiser outside the home of Fred Rogers, 81, and his wife Edwina, 79. 

Little could he have suspected the horror that he was about to uncover…

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