The strange coincidence between the lives of J. F. Kennedy and Abraham Lincoln

The strange coincidence between the lives of J. F. Kennedy and Abraham Lincoln represents a great mystery and surpasses any coincidence we could think of.

Most often, coincidences do not have significant significance, but sometimes they are extremely bizarre or have a major impact on the world we live in. Of course, coincidences happen all the time: we think of someone and only a few moments later we get a phone call from that person. Sometimes, we have a song in mind, and in the next second it starts on the radio.

Thus, US presidents John F. Kennedy and Abraham Lincoln are linked to a series of rather strange coincidences.

The first coincidence is that they were elected to the highest position in the American state exactly 100 years apart from each other, Abraham Lincoln in 1860, and John Fitzgerald Kennedy in 1960. Another concurrence in this series is that both presidents were followed in the United States by Johnson, and the two Johnson were born exactly 100 years away from each other, Andrew Johnson was born in 1808, Lyndon B. Johnson in 1908.

The series of coincidences between the two presidents does not stop there. Both Abraham Lincoln and Kennedy did not end their mandate, ending dead by assassinating. Lincoln was shot in a theater and his assassin was captured in a warehouse. On the other hand, Kennedy was shot from a warehouse and his assassin was caught in a theater.

It seems that President Lincoln had a secretary named Kennedy, and President Kennedy had a secretary named Lincoln. Are these coincidences a normal thing, or is the destiny of every man linked to the destiny of his predecessor?

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