Commemorating the 50th anniversary of JFK's assassination, there will be a film screening and Jesse Ventura will be signing the book "They Killed Our President: 63 Reasons to Believe There Was a Conspiracy to Assassinate JFK" followed by a reception.
Former professional wrestler and Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura will speak and sign copies of his new book "They Killed Our President: 63 Reasons to Believe There Was a Conspiracy to Assassinate JFK," at Cinema Arts Centre in Huntington on Oct. 5, 2013.
Jesse Ventura was known as "the Body" and famous for his flamboyant getups during his wrestling days.
The 1987 film "Predator" featured Jesse Ventura as a muscle-bound alien hunter. The film also featured Bill Duke, left.
Jesse Ventura couldn't be prouder of making the cover of Time magazine after being elected governor of Minnesota in 1998.
Governor-elect Jesse Ventura and Lt. Governor-elect Mae Schunk recite the Pledge of Allegiance before getting sworn in at the State Capitol in St. Paul, Minn., on Jan. 4, 1999.
New governor Jesse Ventura was all decked out in a leather jacket, a black Jimi Hendrix T-shirt, a bandana, pink wraparound sunglasses and three earrings at the People's Inaguration in Minneapolis on Jan. 16, 1999.
One of Jesse Ventura's first actions as Minnesota Governor was appearing on "The Late Show With David Letterman" on Feb. 23, 1999.
Perhaps even better than being named governor of Minnesota was being chosen by as one of Barbara Walters' "10 Most Fascinating People of 1999."
Talk about being strong-armed! Rep. Henry Hyde (R-Ill.), left, and Jesse Ventura, arm wrestle during a meeting in Hyde's office on Capitol Hill in 2000.
Baseball commissioner Bud Selig, left, and Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura, wait to testify at a House Judiciary Committee hearing on antitrust exemption for major league baseball in 2001.
Jesse Ventura speaks with a source, who obviously wants to remain anonymous, in an episode of his truTV series “Conspiracy Theory.”
Jesse Ventura has made the transition from pro wrestler to Minnesota governor to reality-TV host to author. Could the White House be next?