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We visited here after we went to the museum. It is what it is - the actual spot where JFK was shot. Shouldn’t take more than 10 minutes to check it out, spot the X’s on the road, and take a few pics. It’s still...More
Such an integral part of history. It was a great experience, bringing my 9 and 11 year old children here. They cant wait to go home and visit the library for JFK books. Definitely got them interested in history.
There really isn't much to do,...More
You need to tie this in following a Museum tour, armed with all the necessary information and evidence provided. I don’t believe there was a second shooter, but s many do that this insignificant spot has gained International fame.
This sight book ends the JFK experience you can stand at the corner of Elm and Houston, walk past the Repository and continue to the grassy knoll in a matter of minutes. In the road on Elm are two Xs marking the spot where JFK...More
This is a must see for all you conspiracy theorists as well as anyone who has seen the video image as many times as I have growing up in Canada! Made the trip in from Fort Worth while I was there on business.
It was hard to grasp that I was standing on the "grassy knoll", an integral location constantly referred to in regards to the assassination of President John F Kennedy.
This is where the "second shooter" was supposed to have been.
The white X on the...More
This especially was a must do, we've heard so much over the years about the "Grassy Knoll". Being there, seeing the big white X's on the street where the shots hit the president ~ it was just a very surreal moment. Its a sad day...More