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Blaze Starr & JFK Raunchy Details "If Castro had something like you he would think more about making Love, and Less about making War"

Single Page autograph letter signed on lined paper with embellishments of a Lipstick Kiss, a Rose, and Breasts. Signed by Blaze Starr, "Blaze Starr". Undated. Fine condition. 8.5" x 11".

Her sordid and detailed letter discusses her tryst with President Kennedy in the midst of the Cuban Missile Crisis where she meets with JFK while in disguise. Shown in part below:

".. J.F.K said plans had changed and told Paul to take me to a certain office in D.C. I wore a headscarf , Sunglasses and carried Paul's briefcase. As we walked by the oval office, the door was open, there were loads of people all around. Robert Kennedy stood in the open door. L.B.J. stood in the hall with his arms folded. We entered an office and J.F.K. was right behind us ... after a short time (very short) J.F.K jumped up and said he was very very sorry but he had to leave. While he was getting dressed, he said "Boy! If Fidel Castro had something like you he would think more about making Love and Less about making War....I didn't realize until I saw the evening news on T.V. that the President had left the Cuban Missile Crisis meeting to spend a short time (very short) with me.... I think a contented President can run a smooth country, don't you think?..."

Rather eye opening details of the bizarre day to day life of a President who was known to have said “If I don't have sex every day, I get a headache" (And we had thought the headache came from dealing with Castro). The famed burlesque dancer met JFK in 1954, when he was a congressman who paid visits to her Maryland strip club, Crossroads. On a 1989 publicity tour for the movie “Blaze,” she described JFK’s sexual performance as “very quick and very wild,” and generously added that “he knew exactly what he was doin’ with girls, so it didn’t take him long. No, that bad back didn’t faze him.”

This item comes with a Certificate from John Reznikoff, a premier authenticator for both major 3rd party authentication services, PSA and JSA (James Spence Authentications), as well as numerous auction houses.


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