John Wilkes Booth
- Voice Actor: Dee Bradley Baker
John Wilkes Booth is a Southern man who was responsible for assassinating Abraham Lincoln at the Ford Theatre. In "Mitefall," a parallel version of John Wilkes Boothe from Parallel Universe 5501 tried to do the same thing to that reality's Abraham Lincoln only to be thwarted by a Multiverse-hopping Batman. It was soon discovered that John Wilkes Booth had a steam-powered suit underneath his clothes when he unveils it. With help from Abraham Lincoln, Batman managed to overload the valve on the steam-powered suit and defeats John Wilkes Booth.
... Asia Frigga (Booth) Clarke (November 19, 1835 in Bel Air, Maryland - May 16, 1888 in Bournemouth, England), was the youngest daughter in the family of ten children born to ... Her famous brothers were Edwin Booth and John Wilkes Booth ... On April 28, 1859, she married John Sleeper Clarke at St ...
... Escape and Suicide of John Wilkes Booth, Assassin of President Lincoln ... This One Mad Act The Unknown Story of John Wilkes Booth and His Family ... The Darkest Dawn Lincoln, Booth, and the Great American Tragedy ...
... When attending a show at the Ford Theatre, he was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth ... a parallel version of Abraham Lincoln from Parallel Universe 5501 is saved from John Wilkes Booth's assassination attempted by a Multiverse-hopping Batman ... When John Wilkes Booth activated his steam-powered armor, Abraham Lincoln helped Batman to defeat John Wilkes Booth ...
... Bates wrote Escape and Suicide of John Wilkes Booth, contending that a Booth look-alike was mistakenly killed at the Garrett farm while Booth eluded his pursuers ... Booth, said Bates, assumed the pseudonym "John St ... Pegram, who had viewed Booth's remains upon the casket's arrival at the Weaver funeral home in Baltimore on February 18, 1869, for burial at Green Mount ...
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