Reagan, suffering from Alzheimers, would clean his pool for hours without knowing his Secret Service agents were replenishing the leaves in the pool.
The only photos taken at the moment Robert Kennedy was shot were seized by the LAPD, ordered sealed for 20 years, and when finally set to be released were stolen from the car of the courier transporting them.
Jackie Kennedy wore her blood-splattered pink Chanel suit for the rest of the day after JFK’s assassination. When asked to change her outfit, she replied “I want them to see what they have done to Jack.“
John F. Kennedy, when stranded on the Solomon Islands, wrote a rescue message on a coconut, and was rescued. He got the coconut back, and it was on his desk in the Oval Office.
President Lyndon B. Johnson owned an Amphibious car, the Amphicar, and used it to scare guests by driving them into his lake screaming about brake failure.
The President only receives, on average, 500 death threats a month.
Theodore Roosevelt lost both his first wife and mother within 11 hours of each other, 2 days after the birth of his first daughter, Alice. It was also Valentine’s Day.
When elected President of the United States, George Washington was the owner and operator the largest whiskey distillery in the country.