Mary Meyer met John Kennedy when they were both teenagers. She went on to become a pacifist with an interest in communism and world government. She married a man named Cord Meyer who was secretly working for the CIA on Operation Mockingbird. They were later divorced and Mary started having an affair with President Kennedy.
During many of their meetings Mary Meyer brought pot and LSD. How do we know?
According to Leary, Meyer had sought him out for the purpose of learning how to conduct LSD sessions with Kennedy.
In his autobiography Flashbacks, Leary claimed he had a call from Mary soon after the Kennedy assassination during which she sobbed and said, “They couldn’t control him any more. He was changing too fast…They’ve covered everything up. I gotta come see you. I’m afraid. Be careful.”
During the summer of 1964 Meyer reportedly told friends she thought someone had gotten into her house while she was not there.
On 12 October 1964, eleven months after John F. Kennedy’s assassination and two weeks after the Warren Commission report was made public, Mary went for a walk along the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal towpath in Georgetown.
She was found dead with a bullet to the back of her head and another in her heart.
So did LSD kill Mary Meyer?