A Pretender to Camelot

Jack Worthington believes President John F. Kennedy may be his father.

A Pretender to Camelot

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Carlin Flora is the senior editor at the magazine Psychology Today.

She says claiming to be a long lost relative of someone famous "could reflect a real psychological disorder, a sort of delusion."

"We are all very much interested in status," she told ABC News. "We're all a little bit narcissistic in that we want to enhance our reputations by aligning ourselves with someone who is more powerful, more famous." (ABC News)

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