Though it happened 50 years ago this month, the assassination of John F Kennedy - 35th President of the United States - is still harrowing, and an incident that continues to spawn wild (and some not so wild) conspiracy theories to this day. The date was Friday, November 22nd, 1963, a fine winter's day in Dallas, Texas that should have been remembered for a political trip in an attempt to smooth over frictions in the Democratic Party, but will instead live in infamy in the annals of history. Three shots that day changed the course of history as Kennedy became the youngest serving President to die, shot once in the throat, back and fatally to the head. The subsequent Warren Commission ruled that a lone shooter, Lee Harvey Oswald, was responsible for the slaying, adjudged to have fired from the Texas School Book Depository, but others pointed to a conspiracy. Polls conducted between the years 1966 and 2003 found that 80% of Americans suspected a secret plot to kill the President or a cover-up of some description. Even today rumours that the CIA or some other shadowy government agency orchestrated the assassination endure, and that Oswald was, as he claimed at the time, "a patsy". A 2004 poll taken out by Fox News found that 66% of Americans thought there had been a conspiracy while a further 74% thought there had been a cover-up. Proof then that Kennedy's untimely death almost 50 years ago left a legacy of suspicion, and here, we analyse the 10 Best Conspiracy Theories surrounding JFK.