On July 6, 2019, a tweet from Diagonal22 noted "The Resonator #2," which apparently was talking about "JFK Jr. Is Still Dead." This was at a private blog located, inaccessible to me. However, this appears to be about the social media's obsession with the rumors that John Kennedy Jr. was not dead, going to surface soon, and a Trump supporter. All well and good, but what intrigued me was the use of "Resonator."
On August 30, 2019, Fulton began using "resonator" with a modified human-aligned definition pointing to a person who has a greater amplifying effect on a person-related event. Fulton said, upon the death of Jim Leavelle:
"How about this for a JFK resonator? Oswald's escort dies on the 20370th day after JFK was killed. Former Dallas detective famously photographed escorting Lee Harvey Oswald dies at 99."From the end of August 2019 onward, I used "JFK Resonator" to denote specific deaths of people who directly were connected to JFK, RFK, and their associated threads. In past years, anyone who is a relative of the Kennedys and died, would be said to have been touched by the Kennedy curse. But the deaths we are discussing in 2019 appear to be ones putting attention on the assassinations of 1963 and 1968 of the Kennedys.
(But first, let me mention a bizarre announcement. In April 2019, the death of James McCord was revealed, two years after the death of this Watergate conspirator and, for some reason, a man who was in Dallas the day John F. Kennedy was killed. McCord died at the age of 93 from pancreatic cancer on June 15, 2017, at his home in Douglassville, Pennsylvania. His death was not reported in local and national news outlets until 2019.)
May 16, 2019. I. M. Pei, 102, died in Manhattan. Pei designed The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum located at Columbia Point, near the University of Massachusetts Boston. See more.
September 10, 2019. Dr. Albert McClelland, 89, one of the original operating-room doctors who tried to save JFK. He felt one of the shots came from the front and that there was a second shooter. See more.