The US President was shot and killed by Lee Harvey Oswald on November 22, 1963, as he was driving in an open-top car with his wife Jackie through Dallas, Texas.
Cops immediately arrested Lee Harvey Oswald and he was charged with murdering the 46-year-old President.
But just two days later and before he could go on trial, Oswald himself was shot dead by nightclub owner Jack Ruby as he was being transferred to county jail.
Since then, mystery has surrounded Kennedy’s assassination and cast doubt over if somebody else was responsible.
But next year, the lingering questions into JFK’s death may finally be answered when the final documents about the assassination are revealed.
Numerous people believe the missing clues into who really killed him lie in the millions of pages.
On October 26, 2017, a batch of 3,000 totally unseen documents will be released, as well as 34,000 previously redacted files.
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The John F Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992 stopped the files being spread in 1992.
But now 25 years on, the documents can be released as of next year.
National Archives information suggests in them will be information about where Oswald was in the weeks before JFK was shot.
There will also be more details on E. Howard Hunt, the Watergate burglar who said on his deathbed he knew about the assassination before it happened.