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Jacob Carter


Jacob Carter was born in the great state of Alabama (Roll Tide). During his late teens he watched Oliver Stone’s Academy Award winning film, JFK and instantly became a student of the assassination case.

Carter spent the next several years researching the event and sifting fact from fiction. He has now developed a passion for educating his generation on this particular time in our history.

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‘Bama Football Myths


Alabama Fans Understand.

The Crimson Tide football team is part of who we are. It isn’t so much that we want the team to win. We need them to win.

When they lose, we lose. When they taste victory, we taste it with them.

When we talk about the program, we don’t say “they.” We say “we.”

It’s an Alabama thing.

In his book, ‘Bama Football Myths, bestselling author Jacob M. Carter (The RipTide) statistically defends why he believes the University of Alabama offers the greatest college football program of all time. Commonly heard opinions such as “they don’t play anybody” or “the refs favor them” are put to rest. If you’re an Alabama football fan, this book was written for you.

“I was fortunate enough to meet the man who drove  Lee Harvey Oswald to work the day he allegedly assassinated President Kennedy.  I was thrilled to hear what he had to say. here was a fellow that had personally experienced Oswald as his friend and coworker.  He also was a firsthand eyewitness to the events surrounding November 22, 1963. “



Jacob Carter’s first JFK assassination book is terrific and this one is another winner! 

– 5-Star Customer Review

Also by Jacob Carter

Before History Dies

At 12:30 p.m. on November 22, 1963, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated. More than half a century has passed since that fateful moment, yet so many questions remain unanswered.
Lone gunman? Conspiracy?
And then there is that one big question:
Does it still matter?

The RipTide

When Coach Nick Saban arrived in Tuscaloosa in 2007, no one had any idea of how high the Tide would rise. Now with four National Championships over the span of seven years, the Alabama Crimson Tide is the undisputed college football dynasty of the 21st century.

How did he do it? What was the driving force behind his Process? How has Alabama managed to remain a consistent contender for the National Title for more than a decade?

The Table of Truth

The Kennedy assassination is a vital part of our national history, but for those who study it, it becomes something more, something…personal. That personalization of history creates a healthy passion that drives research forward. But it also carries the risk of becoming dangerous if researchers lose sight of the original goal for studying this pivitol event—the truth.