The victim’s name was Bill. Bill was shot at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York, in 1901. On exhibition at the exposition, apparently unknown to the doctors and not far from the scene of the shooting, was a new invention, a revolutionary device that could have helped saved Bill called the X-ray machine. That machine, so near and yet so far, was operable, and would most certainly have located the fatal bullet. Instead, Bill, President William McKinley, died with the assassin’s bullet inside. And now you know…the rest of the story.