What Jackie Kennedy Told Pen Pal Priest

A collection of letters written over the course of 14 years will be auctioned off next month.
0:39 | 05/13/14

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A new snapshot -- the life times and troubles of Jacqueline Kennedy just now coming to light some of the intensely personal letters are now going up for auction. The letters date from 1950 to 1964. And were sent to father Joseph Leonard an Irish priest. The Irish times has excerpts before she Mary JFK she worried he might have a wondering high. A Trace she saw in her own father that greatly hurt her mother. And after the president's assassination in 1963 Jackie told father Leonard she -- bitter and sought comfort in her Catholic faith. The letters are set to be auctioned in Ireland next month.

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