IPSWICH, Mass. —
"It expedites the work of students and faculty quite a bit," Pate said. "It saves quite a bit of time."
Therrien said this is not a "conspiracy theorist Web site."
"It's a place to fact-check and promote a conversation about this time in our history when there were a lot of questions about what the government was doing," she said.
There's been so much speculation about the Kennedy assassination, so many theories advanced to explain it, that many Americans alive at the time grew weary of the subject years ago. Bradford thinks he knows why.
"Americans have an aversion to theories that there are conspiracies to change their government," he said.
Steve Landwehr writes for the Salem News in Salem, Mass.