Dr. Feelgood: The Shocking Story of the Doctor Who May Have Changed History by Treating and Drugging JFK, Marilyn, Elvis, and Other Prominent Figures

Dr. Feelgood: The Shocking Story of the Doctor Who May Have Changed History by Treating and Drugging JFK, Marilyn, Elvis, and Other Prominent Figures

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Lertzman, Richard A.

Doctor Max Jacobson, Whom The Secret Service Under President John F. Kennedy Code-named Dr. Feelgood, Developed A Unique Energy Formula That Altered The Paths Of Some Of The Twentieth-century’s Most Iconic Figures, Including President And Jackie Kennedy, Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, And Elvis. Jfk Received His First Injection (a Special Mix Of Vitamins And Hormones, According To Jacobson) Just Before His First Debate With Vice President Richard Nixon. The Shot Into Jfk’s Throat Not Only Cured His Laryngitis, But Also Diminished The Pain In His Back, Allowed Him To Stand Up Straighter, And Invigorated The Tired Candidate. Kennedy Demolished Nixon In That First Debate And Turned A Tide Of Skepticism About Kennedy Into An Audience That Appreciated His Energy And Crispness. What Jfk Did Not Know Then Was That The Injections Were Actually Powerful Doses Of A Combination Of Highly Addictive Liquid Methamphetamine And Steroids. The Authors Reveal Heretofore Unpublished Material About The Mysterious Dr. Feelgood. Through Well-researched Prose And Interviews With Celebrities Including George Clooney, Jerry Lewis, Yogi Berra, And Sid Caesar, The Authors Reveal Jacobson’s Vast Influence On Events Such As The Assassination Of Jfk, The Cuban Missile Crisis, The Kennedy-khrushchev Vienna Summit, The Murder Of Marilyn Monroe, The Filming Of The C. B. Demille Classic The Ten Commandments, And The Work Of Many Of The Great Artists Of That Era. Jacobson Destroyed The Lives Of Several Famous Patients In The Entertainment Industry And Accidentally Killed His Own Wife, Nina, With An Overdose Of His Formula. Jfk And Dr. Max Jacobson In Camelot — A Kosher Butcher’s Son — Setting Up Shop In Berlin — A New Life In Czechoslovakia And Paris — Coming To America — Milton Blackstone, Eddie Fisher, And The Tragic Undoing Of Bob Cummings — The Vienna Summit — Max, Mel, And The Mick — Marilyn — Dallas — The Whistle Blower — The Final Days — Miracle Max Or Mad Max? — Max Jacobson Patient List. Richard A. Lertzman And William J. Birnes. Includes Bibliographical References (p. [187]-188) And Index.

Publish Date : 2013T

Weight 13 oz
Book Authors

Lertzman, Richard A.

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