Casey Quinlan & Brian Edwards
Brian Edwards and Casey Quinlan have been working with JFK enthusiasts of all ages for 20 years. Their extensive knowledge, coupled with their highly entertaining style, makes for an exciting and rewarding tour of the city.
Casey Quinlan obtained a master’s degree in American History from Emporia State University and has been a public school teacher for over 35 years. He has been researching the case for over 40 years and has accumulated over 400 books on the subject.
Mr. Quinlan has been the featured speaker at major universities throughout the
Midwest, including the Alf Landon Lecture Series at Kansas State University, the
University of Kansas and Johnson County Community College.
In 1990, Mr. Quinlan
was invited to serve as a guest historian for Oliver Stone’s movie, JFK.
In 1995, Casey was named the Outstanding Educator of the Year at the JFK Lancer
Conference. Mr. Quinlan has served as an adjunct instructor at several colleges and
universities in Kansas and Missouri. Casey is the co-author of Beyond the Fence Line:
The Eyewitness Account of Ed Hoffman and the Murder of President Kennedy.
Brian Edwards has been researching the JFK assassination since 1969 and has accumulated and read over 300 books relating to the case. He has personally interviewed over 40 individuals who were connected to the events of November 22nd, including Dallas police officers, Secret Service and FBI agents, Dealey Plaza eyewitnesses, medical personnel from both Parkland and Bethesda hospitals and in 1993, interviewed Lee Harvey Oswald’s widow, Marina Oswald-Porter.
Mr. Edwards has given hundreds of presentations on the assassination throughout the midwest, most notably, The University of Kansas and Washburn University Law Schools, the University of Missouri at Kansas City and Kansas State University. Since 1995, Mr. Edwards has been a presenter at the JFK Lancer Conference in Dallas.