Dealey Plaza , in the historic West End district of downtown Dallas, Texas (U.S.), is the location of the assassination of John F.
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Beverly Oliver Massegee Will be at the Heritage Museum on Saturday, March 29th at the Museum's Annual Meeting. She will give a speech and autograph her book. Should be a fun afternoon. More information will be updated soon! If you don't remember who Beverly is, refer to the stories titled "Bad Boys From Big Spring" earlier in the postings. One of the enigmatic figures in Dealey Plaza at the moments when John Kennedy was murdered was "The Babushka Lady," so named because she wore a scarf much like a Russian grandmother would wear. She was filming the motorcade, with an amateur movie camera. She can be seen clearly on the Zapruder Film and also on various other movie films and still photographs taken in Dealey Plaza on November 22nd 1963. She was one of the few witnesses to the Kennedy assassination who was not immediately identified – thus the rather odd nickname which she acquired due to the “babushka” or triangular headscarf which she was wearing that day. In 1970 Beverly Oliver was accidentall ...
15 Facts that verify that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone: 1. Buell Wesley Frazier observed Oswald take a package into the Book Depository Building on the morning of November 22nd, 1963."I saw him go in the back door at the Loading Dock of the building that we work in, and he still had the package under his arm." 2. Oswald was seen working on the Depository's sixth floor that morning. LHO even asked a co-worker (Charles Givens) to send an elevator back up to him on the sixth floor shortly before the assassination. 8:00 am - 11:00am 11/22/1963 3. Not ONE SPECK of any bullets/bullet fragments/bullet shells OTHER THAN THOSE COMING FROM OSWALD'S 6.5-MILLIMETER MANNLICHER-CARCANO RIFLE were discovered anywhere in Dealey Plaza, the limousine, the TSBD, Parkland Hospital, or in the victims. 4.Marina Oswald admits to having taken pictures of Lee with these weapons on his person, which (all by itself) validates the "Backyard Photographs". 5. In addition, an even larger percentage of witnesses said they heard EXACTL ...
Awaiting the arrival of former US Secret Service agent Clint Hill, the last surviving person from the presidential limousine that fled from Dealey Plaza after JFK was assassinated! So excited! The JFK assassination is kind of a hobby of Debbie and I!
At the site of one of my favorite Presidents. Spent time in Dallas at Dealey Plaza were President Kennedy was assassinated , the grassy Knoll and the School Book Depository.
Israeli Orders: KILL John F Kennedy ! The Problem: JFK would not allow Israel to have the nuclear bomb and plutonium from materials created at Dimona. To make sure of it, he demanded 6 months inspections of the facility by the USA. JFK was angry with France for having built the Dimona facility in the first place and he supported Algeria in their Revolutionary War for Independence. His foreign policy absolutely enraged Ben-Gurion as well as French nationalists. The Ben-Gurion government, already under pressure from the LAVON AFFAIR and JFK , collapsed on the 16th of June 1963. Read the letter from JFK to the followup Prime Minister, LEVI ESHKOL, dated July 5, 1963. DIMONA AERIAL PHOTO DIMONA MAP THE MARILYN MONROE HONEY TRAP. The original plan to get rid of JFK failed. Then. assassinated in Dallas, Texas, Dealey Plaza, as his limousine drove by the Texas SchoAmericans Wake Up ! JFK had to be eliminated and replaced by LBJ in order for Israel to make nuclear bombs. LBJ, having several Jewish ancestors, mate ...
The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza announced the lineup for their 2014 Living History Series, which features Maurice "Mickey" Carroll on Jan. 10 and 11.
I'll be in Dallas on Saturday for the day and plan to cross one off my bucket list and visit Dealey Plaza, the Grassy Knoll and the 6th Floor museum in the Texas Book Depository. By pure fluke, a New York Times reporter, who witnessed Jack Ruby shoot Lee Harvey Oswald, us giving a presentation at the Book Depository on Saturday and I managed to get a ticket. Very excited! (I'm fairly confident that by late afternoon I'll have solved the whole JFK mystery so watch this space.)
THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT WHICH COVERED UP THE KENNEDY ASSASSINATION IS NOW COVERING UP THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT’S INTENT IN “OBAMACARE” (Part 2 of a 3-part narrative) Lee Harvey Oswald did not kill President Kennedy. It is physically impossible. It is also scientifically impossible. Oswald might have fired the 6.5 caliber Italian rifle that was found on the sixth floor of the school depository building, although I have my doubts about, even that, but there is absolutely no doubt about the fact that he did not kill President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, whether he fired this weapon, or not. It is both physically, and scientifically impossible, for him to have done it. Thus, there is no doubt that Oswald was not the one who killed Kennedy. NO DOUBT, WHATSOEVER! The physicality issue has to do with the fact that Oswald was never placed anywhere but in the School Depository, in Dealey Plaza, while the assassination was taking place. At best, he would have been stationed above, and to the back of the presi ...
Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza was awesome! Now time for business
View of Dealey Plaza from the Texas School Book Depository. One floor above where Oswald fired his shots
In his new book, “The Kennedy Assassination, from the Oval Office to Dealey Plaza,” Radio Host Brent Holland held the last interview with Theodore “Ted” Sorenson, President John F. Kennedy's trusted advisor, speechwriter, and friend, shortly before Sorenson died in 2010. Sorenson’s interview is insightful, with a no-holds-barred sense of urgency to share his insider knowledge in what turned out to be his last interview. Host and author Holland shares not only his intuitive interviews but gives the reader a mixture of prose and astute commentary with every chapter. The host of Canada’s popular “Night Fright” radio show, Holland goes head-to-head with major players in the Kennedy assassination research circles, Mark Lane, Lee Oswald’s only legal representative, James DiEugenio, and includes high impact, first-person witness accounts such as Dr. Robert McClelland, a Parkland Hospital doctor who tried to save JFK's life, Dealey Plaza witnesses, James Tague and Beverly Oliver Massegee, and Ab ...
Did the Bushes help to kill JFK? If nothing else, these pages will show the reader the following: - Although he does not recall when asked, George (Herbert Walker) Bush was in Dallas the day JFK was assassinated. - Bush lies about the fact that he was a high-ranking CIA official at the time of JFK's death. - Bush allowed the escape of a convicted terrorist from prison to go to work for him as an undercover CIA asset in Iran-Contra. - Bush has released another convicted terrorist. - Both these terrorists were present on Dealey Plaza on 11/22/1963. - Both these terrorists were convicted for killing 73 people by blowing up an airliner. - Bush is personal friends with a close associate of these convicted terrorists, who was also a participant in Iran Contra. - Bush has taken a leading role as CIA official in structuring/organizing these terrorists in effective organizations. Shall we say: "Only in America, the land of unlimited opportunities"? = + All three generations Bush are members of a most powerful and ...
I've been reading the echo from dealey plaza all day pretty good read so far
The garbage that is posted on other JFK forums is beyond ludicrous , for example one conspiracy theorist posted that a Secret Service agent had been shot dead in dealey plaza that day , when I asked why would a SS agent be shot to help a conspiracy this was the response. .two reasons, 1. as a clear warning to any and all agents who thought they would fulfill their duty to the president and 2. the agent shot was the first to attempt to fulfill his 'duty to the president'.then the other agents, witnessing this agent's most horrible demise, and the runamuck of all the emergency vehicular traffic, felt they had no choice but to stand down...that, and the 'show of badges' that caused their detail to be superceded by higher authority.. )She then went on to spin an even bigger pile of dung ) ...there were more agents who deceased that day, though i am not certain of their agency affiliation. military backup was called for, and they lost to certain military equipment having been allocated for the 'event' and u .. ...
Looks like I've been hanging out in Dealey Plaza.
Happy Holidays from The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza! Just a reminder - the Museum will be open normal hours this weekend and the start of next week. The Museum will be closed on Christmas Day. The Museum wants to know - what's your favorite part of the holiday season?
Also, a homeless lady gave me a tour of Dealey Plaza.
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Look what arrived this morning, schtick by SQgrad Dealey Plaza and her band Stickpin.
I watched the documentaries of Terror, August burns red, dealey plaza, and black dahlia murder today. Time well spent 👊
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I added a video to a playlist Dealey Plaza - "Altered" Official Music Video
The issue of Roger Craig's story: I am stunned that so many people accept it. I wouldn't care if they accepted it as a possibility, but they accept it as a fact. They are quick to point to problems with the bus/cab testimonies, but Roger Craig's story doesn't benefit from that. He doesn't gain credibility because of it. His story has problems of its own. Let's look at them in a hierarchy. 1. It does appear that Oswald himself said that he rode the bus. In the very first Fritz notes from 11/22, Fritz wrote: "home by bus changed britches". In the second notes, Fritz wrote down about the cab ride including the fare of eighty-five cents. Later, Whaley said the fare was ninety-five cents, but there is no reason to think that Oswald lied about it. It's just a discrepancy- that's all. A mature person is not going to harp on it. Could Fritz have just made it up? But, these were notes to himself. And if he was willing to write down that Oswald said he was out with Bill Shelley in front, there is nothing more exone ...
Multiple snipers in Dealey Plaza like a Tea Party branding campaign, excuses for everything.
“You know Podolski is back this weekend?” Pretty certain he wasn't sighted on Dealey Plaza on Nov 22nd 1963..
It took 20 years, but now Dealey Plaza is protected and incased in Perspex!!
it's an impulse. I can't help it. Dealey plaza on tv, "IVE BEEN THERE" guaranteed. Take pity on her 😂
There are moments in history when it seemed like the world stopped. Like on Friday, November 22nd, a young President Kennedy was driving through Dealey Plaza in Dallas, TX. For just a little while, the day seemed beautiful and hopes were high, then in an instant Jackie was scrambling over the back o...
Go to Dealey Plaza and the 6th Floor Museum.
RICHARD HOOKE’S PROPOSED APPROXIMATE TIMELINE FOR Lee Harvey Oswald’S EXIT FROM DEALEY PLAZA 12:40 - gets into Nash Rambler WAGON in front of TSBD 12:50 - passengers (along with Latin driver) other than LHO, are dropped off somewhere near Oak Cliff, LHO takes the wheel 1:00 - LHO pulls into Tidy Lady Launderette, Oak Cliff (corner of Davis and No. Clinton) and is witnessed making a phone call by the Pennington’s (positive ID of Oswald the next day) LHO abandons light colored station wagon and begins walking south on Clinton toward Jefferson – 5 blocks to the Texas Theater 1:10 - Texas Theater concessionaire, Butch Burroughs, said Oswald arrived at Texas Theater
Lois Gibson, a forensic expert with the Houston Police Department, has proven, beyond any doubt, that the three tramps arrested in Dealey Plaza on 11/22/63 were: Charles Rodgers (first), Charles Harrelson (tallest), and Chauncey Holt (tramp with the hat; and paper bag containing a radio transceiver). These Three Tramps were all CIA operatives. Lois Gibson, recorded in The Guinness Book of World Records as "The World's Most Successful Forensic Artist", has helped law enforcement bring in over 1,062 criminals, has the highest crime solving rate based on composite sketches, and is a world famous facial expert. JFK Researcher Wim Dankbaar has a fine presentation of Lois Gibson, analyzing the photos of the three tramps, on his website: jfkmurdersolved.com and I recommend all U.S. citizens to watch it. Mz. Gibson said “I would bet the farm” that the three tramps were Charles Rogers, Charles Harrelson, and Chauncey Holt. Charles Rogers joined the CIA in 1956 and is the chief suspect in the 1965 murder and d ...
Dealey Plaza needs to put their new single up on iTunes ;) It's so killer 💀
Was George W Bush at Dealey Plaza with his Dad when JFK was killed?
A two-hour walking tour covers the creepy history of Dallas's most haunted areas with conspiracy theories and ghost stories at Dealey Plaza
I loved it but I'm a JFK nut! Took Mrs M to Dealey Plaza for our honeymoon!
Too funny!!! Love a good walk across the line for a cause
If a war broke out, I'd want with me in the trenches, entertaining troops & interrogating the enemy
That said, there was a lot of evidence that Jack Ruby was in Dealey Plaza. But he lived there. Dulles? Never seen credible ev.
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folks meeting at Sonny Bryan's tomorrow in the West End at 11:30 and then walking to Dealey Plaza assassination talk
who wants to see me and Sebastian Paul cover a dealey plaza song?
A great customer meeting - followed by a stop in Dealey Plaza - very eerie experience as weather is identical
Ok, In gonna share this. A crazy dream last night. I woke up with heart pounding. My Scottish and Welsh family and friends will understand most if it... In running through Dallas, maybe close to Dealey Plaza, uphill. Im trying to catch the last bus from Blaencwm / Blaenrhondda, I can see it off in the distance, it's painted cream and gilded with gold. As Im coming close I pass some kind of emergency I try to ignore as I want to catch the bus. As I run past someone calls me. It's John Jack, he's been in an accident, knows no one in Dallas so can't believe his luck in seeing me. I tell him I can carry him to the last bus from Blaencwm / Blaenrhondda .Im struggling with him over my shoulder...we make it to the bus only to find out its from Tynewydd (why this matters Ive no idea, you'd think where it's going would be more important lol!!) anyway, I stand there, exhausted...Then wake up!
missed the start of the question Surfers named Carol not born in winter? Tom Carroll
I found another generic band, they're named Dealey Plaza
Dealey Plaza: A place Dallas has long tried to avoid and forget - The man stopped on the X, adjusted his feet and...
I favorited a video from First Amendment Showdown in Dealey Plaza
1/10 coz u can't take your Woodstock n Cokes down the slides
speaking on about what means & Nathan Lyon's honour to lead Under the Southern Cross
It was Johnson that insisted on Kennedy going to Texas, it was him who insisted they go through Dealey Plaza.
A closer look at the site of the JFK assassination:
Get a closer look at Dealey Plaza—the focal point of history on Nov. 22, 1963:
Preparing with other speakers for the commemoration tomorrow at Dealey Plaza.
11/22/2013 After years in reclusion, Vivian Kubrick appears in a protest in Dallas' Dealey Plaza on the 72nd Anniversary of JFK's assassination. 12/14/2013 China lands the 6-wheeled Chang'e (Jade Rabbit) rover in the right eye (Mare Imbrium) of the Moon.
Wednesday!! Head out to speakeasy to catch Demolisher along with our brothers in Dealey Plaza, Spectrum, Existence Has Failed and many more. Its gonna be BRUTAL!!
The show this Wednesday with Demolisher (Adam Warren of Oceano), Dealey Plaza, Traitors, Beacons, Lady Musgrave, Spectrum, Illuminate Me, and Existence Has Failed Will now be moved to Speak Easy Lounge!! Everyone come out to this! Tell your friends about this and don't miss out.
It was very nice to hang out with family and friends at Dealey Plaza and 6th floor museum.
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From the Michael T. Griffith Collection: Attacking Deputy Sheriff Roger Craig Myers says Deputy Sheriff Roger Craig's account of seeing Oswald get into a station wagon that left Dealey Plaza lacks credibility (p. 215). After a great deal of what strikes me as waffling and nit-picking, Myers acknowledges that Craig's account of the station wagon leaving Dealey Plaza ris credible, but he suggests Craig was lying or mistaken in saying Oswald entered it. Yet, Craig, who was a decorated deputy sheriff with an outstanding record, said he was certain the man he saw get into the station wagon was Oswald. (If he wasn't Oswald, he was someone who bore a marked resemblance to Oswald.) In his attack on Craig's linkage of the station wagon to Oswald, Myers fails to bring to the reader's attention the fact that another witness said the man who got into the station wagon was the spitting image of Oswald. As he so often does with data he doesn't like, Myers buries this information in an endnote (pp. 634-635 n 604). The o ...
So I have presales for Demolisher / Lady Musgrave / Beacons / Dealey Plaza / Traitors / Illuminate Me / Spectrum / Existence Has Failed as well as Festivus! Pick one up from me!
DEALEY PLAZA in the historic West End district of downtown Dallas, Texas (U.S.), is the location of the assassination of John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963...
Just ate some great Mexican food. Time to relax. Off to Dealey plaza and stadium tour in the morn.
Aunt Cheryl Maxson was a little upset when she found out Dealey Plaza wasn't a shopping mall to get great deals :( I think she is more interested in finding out who shot JR Ewing as opposed to seeing where JFK was shot. Bless her heart...
It was very refreshing to receive this letter from Dennis Cimino. On another page, there is a debate going on whether Oswald got into a car with David Sanchez Morales after the assassination. They are trying to deny that Oswald traveled home alone using public transportation. They're saying the whole story was made up, concocted, by the Dallas Police, that what really happened is that Oswald was transported in a car, a Nash Rambler, driven by David Sanchez Morales, in keeping with the claims of Roger Craig, and that everything about the other story: the testimonies of bus driver McWatters, cab driver Waylie, rider Mary Bledsoe (who was Oswald's previous landlady) and that of his current landlady Earlene Roberts were false, that all of these people were forced to lie under pressure. It's weird because two of them came in by their own volition: Waylie and Bledsoe. But, I don't believe any of that, and neither does Dennis, and here is what he says about it: "I think that as 'patsy' for the murder, LHO's rol ...
Went to the Texas Book Depository today and stood on the grassy knoll in Dealey Plaza. Unfortunately, I've made no progress on the case.
I may be a little late but I just now watched the memorial in Dallas Texas for JFK and I really don't agree with having the memorial service in Dealey Plaza cause in my opinion it's not really celebrating his life and his accomplishments but it's publicizing the place in which he was tragically murdered and to this day we still don't know the truth. But the only thing good is that they read his speech that he never gave and made it a monument. I do want to go to Dallas and see the area and the school book depository I think every American should go there to see it for yourself but just don't agree with it being a honoring place
From Sandy Hook to Dealey Plaza, take a look at the parents, Steven Beschloss: One year later, it still may seem indelicate to question how Nancy Lanza could have populated her son’s home with deadly weapons and why she did not take action to counter his burgeoning obsession with guns, mass killers ...
My *** was so big, they shot it in Dealey plaza.
Check out this great listen on Audible.com. Shifting the focus away from the assassination of John F. Kennedy in Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas, to 48 hours prior in Eunice, Louisiana, this book explores the prediction made by Melba Marcades, aka Rose Cherami, that the president would be assassina...
A brief walk around at the site of President John F Kennedy's assassination on November 22nd, 1963 in Dallas, Texas. The area, know as Dealey Plaza, is locat...
Cole Egan's estranged father dies, leaving Cole the key to a safety deposit box. Inside the box Cole finds a videotape of the JFK assassination - filmed from the other side of Dealey Plaza. The tape offers absolute proof that Lee Harvey Oswald hadn't acted alone, if at all.
Shortly after noon on November 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated as he rode in a motorcade through Dealey Plaza in downtown Dallas, Texas. By the fall of 1963, President John F. Kennedy and his political advisers were preparing for the next presidential campaign. Although he had n…
Going from the bus station to the hotel in Dallas. Just drove through Dealey Plaza. If only I wasn't so tired.
Just a short video of Dealey Plaza taken on President's Day weekend Feb 2012 early on Sunday morning. Sorry for the shakes in the video. It's hard to keep it...
Just got back home from my three week globetrotting, and I am greeted by Utah snow! I went from Denver to Dallas to Cleveland to Chicago, back to Denver, and Salt Lake City.From 17 to 20 November, I was in Denver, went to the Broncs/Chiefs game, then onto Dallas, Texas for the 50th anniversary of JFK's assassination. Attended a four day seminar at the beautiful Adolphus Hotel with a room full of conspiracy theorists, which was fascinating and intriguing. On the night of the 21st, Martin Sheen was part of a reader's theater at a Unity church, which was just a few blocks from the Dallas Texas Temple, and I went to see the temple after the program. On the 22nd, the anniversary day, there was a short program on Dealey Plaza, with David McCullough as the keynote speaker. I was unable to get a ticket to get in, but was able to watch the program on a large screen with hundreds of others directly behind the plaza. It was cold and drizzly, but a nice program. I ran into Mr McCullough in the lobby of the Dallas Hy ...
it was great to see my touring buddies Dealey Plaza and Abiotic last night at Payne Skate Park. Bonus points awarded to Creatures of Habit... they are sick as fuh.
The Famous Backyard Picture of Oswald Holding a Rifle Let me first give some background information, before I get into the meat of this subject. We didn’t have computers in Nov 1963, and there was no such thing as Photoshop. In 1963 it took an artist that knew how to cut and paste (scissors and glue) and careful airbrushing to alter a photograph. Then someone had to take a picture of the altered photo to make it appear legitimate. Anyone today, with a little knowledge about Photoshop, can alter a photo better than what skilled craftsmen could do back in 1963. We have come a long way in the art of deception. The day after Lee Harvey Oswald was captured, which was less than an hour after President Kennedy was shot in Dealey Plaza, a photograph of him standing in his back yard (holding a rifle in one hand and folded newspapers in the other hand) magically appears. The Dallas Police, supposedly, found the photo (there were actually two photos and negatives that were found) in the garage of the house wh ...
A day before the 50th Anniversary of the JFK Assassination we are once again privileged to have as a guest a true American Hero, former John F. Kennedy Secret Service Agent Abraham Bolden, author of the hot and powerful book; "The Echo from the Dealey Plaza." ( Bolden's story is not anywhere near as...
This has been a profoundly moving year for me as a pilgrim to historic sites--Pearl Harbor in July and Dealey Plaza in Dallas for the JFK Remembrance a couple of weeks ago. I have learned that you need to allow yourself time to heal after visiting places like these, the tragedy lives in the ground, in the water, and it creates its own atmosphere in the air you breathe there. People heal, but I don't know if Pearl Harbor and Dealey Plaza ever will--they must be cared for still.
A half century came full circle on Nov. 22 when the city of Dallas held a ceremony at Dealey Plaza marking the anniversary of the assassination of...
I will have to make it back to Dallas when it's a little warmer. Would love to see Dealey Plaza, the Texas School Book Depository and the Museum of Art. Excited for the party tonight and getting all dolled up...doesn't happen often. :)
now here is the fourth, and head, tramp U.S. phony CIA Air Force General Edward Lansdale; CIA Dealey Plaza JFK assassination coordinator that day
Tomorrow's gonna be busy! I'm spending the day with Downturn and filling in for their vocalist at the Rise Up Booking Presents: The Christmas Breakdown 2013 in Sarasota! Come hang and enjoy kickass bands like Abiotic, Dark Sermon, Dealey Plaza, Beacons, Traitors and more! Downturn plays second at 3:15pm, but make sure you're there for every group; don't be that guy ☺ See you there!
Our headliner kicks off tomorrow at Payne Skatepark in Sarasota, Fl with Dark Sermon, Creatures of Habit, Dealey Plaza, and more! Come out and get your face melted!
This is tomorrow, come see Abiotic, Dark Sermon, the dudes in Traitors, Beacons, Dealey Plaza and more! We play second, get there early. Hang out, grab a couple free buttons. Say hi to our fill-in, Devon: Worlds tallest man and vocalist extraordinaire. Work hard, prosper.
Fifty years after the Kennedy assassination, find out what happened to eight figures whose lives became entwined with the events in Dealey Plaza.
On the Saturday afternoon that we were in Dallas we visited the site where President Kennedy was killed 50 years ago. Did I feel a little ghoulish doing this? Possibly, yet it is completely understandable that anyone visiting the city would want to see where it happened, and not, I think for vain or ghoulish reasons. Actually as we drove in from the I-35 Highway the day before we had passed the site without knowing what it was and wondered what all the people were doing there. That is an indication of how ordinary it looks in itself. I imagine that if our visit had not coincided with the Thanksgiving Day Holiday weekend and been fifty years after the event we might have passed through that space and noticed nothing unusual. When we revisited, however, we found in Dealey Plaza a banal place for an historic event. There is a museum and bookshop; and the School Book Depository Building is open to tourists with displays and a sealed off corner on the sixth floor. The "sniper's nest" - as it is styled in many ...
SMILE ITS SUNDAY A very good morning you beautiful people, and “hello” to the rest of you. Thanks to all those who liked us this week, and a BIG Something Fishy WELCOME this morning to our newest friends ALISON VINCENT, DEREK PETERS & JACKIE BEER. As I am sure you are aware, fifty years ago this week a man called John was shot dead. This was very important for 3 reasons. 1. He happened to be the president of the United States of America at the time. 2. He got “jiggy” with Marilyn Monroe! 3. The events surrounding his death prompted many commentators and pundits to announce that there was “Something fishy going on” and frankly, there nothing wrong with free publicity folks! After all the documentaries and conspiracy theories doing the rounds this week, I was hoping to hear the reminiscences of a guy, who’s recollection of that fateful November day in Dallas, involved him “...and his buddy Lee, shooting at tin cans from the sixth floor of a book depository over- looking Dealey Plaza when all ...
Did anyone see the outrageous behavior on behalf of the federalized Dallas County Sheriff's Deputies (NOT the Dallas Police) at the demonstrations in Dealey Plaza in Dallas, TX on 11/22/13? Make no mistake, they were prodding people trying to get them to fight/riot! I LOVE my country but we're getting closer and closer with each passing day to a Police State. This post-constitutional/soft tyranny is definitely turning against the people and look out if you disagree with what they're doing! It feels more and more to me like we're in the early 1930's and this is Nazi Germany. (Here come the rocks, tomatoes, and pianos!)
I have had an uncountable number of business trips to Dallas over the years and passed through Dealey Plaza many times. Finally made it to the museum in the Texas Book Depository. Interesting and sad.
Just a kid but can remember 11/22/63. Visit to Dealey Plaza last summer was surreal. Always fascinated with
Two Chobanis a day or I just can't play
If you missed the 50th observance at Dealey Plaza checkout live 2-hour radio broadcast
Interesting BBC News piece on Kennedy and Lincoln - comparing the legacies side by side. This mentions The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza with our associate curator, Stephen Fagin.
Traitors has ALSO has a pretty epic show coming up w/ some pretty good bands like Dealey Plaza , The Rival Within , Cycles and more ! "The Christmas Breakdown 2013" Don't miss out on this ! -RickBFP
One of the most amazing things ive seen dealey plaza dallas texas. Rip jfk
Alex Jones is currently bullhorning the state-run media at Dealey Plaza -
the signs are everywhere! 11:45: JFK departs Dallas airport en route to Dealey Plaza
Getting ready to head to Dealey Plaza and the 6th floor museum with Brian Ampolsk and Mira.
In Dallas,Texas taking in the 50th anniversary of JFK's assassination. @ Dealey Plaza
Our room with a view of good Ole Dallas!! Dealey plaza in plain site! An absolute surreal feeling to…
Room with a view in GOOOD OLE TEXAS! Dealey Plaza in plain site, an unreal sareal feeling to see that…
US marks 50th anniversary of John F Kennedy murder 23/11/13, 8:23 AM With flags fluttering at half-staff, the US has paused to mourn President John F Kennedy and a generation's shattered dreams, cut down 50 years ago by an assassin's bullet. The young leader's brutal death, a dark turning point even in an era gripped by the Cold War nuclear stand-off and bloodshed in the jungles of Vietnam, shocked a global audience of millions. Five decades on the wound is still raw, with many still obsessed by the conspiracy theories surrounding his death, and others gripped by regret for the America they imagine might have been. Advertisement President John F. Kennedy rides through Dallas moments before Kennedy was assassinated, November 22, 1963. Across the nation on Friday, at ceremonies large and small, many took comfort in reflecting upon the words of a charismatic man whose soaring rhetoric and call to service continues to inspire. "Today, we honour his memory and celebrate his enduring imprint on American history ...
At Dealey Plaza where President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Still an eery feeling.
How can anyone understand the JFK assassination when they grew up on Ritalin and video games? CBBs stand tall against the sarcastic GENXers and Yers... Scanning the crowds of those in attendance at various John F. Kennedy assassination commemoration venues in Dallas it became apparent that those who continue to question the conclusions of the Warren Commission, that a lone deranged gunman named Lee Harvey Oswald shot to death the President of the United States in broad daylight on a crowded Dallas street can rightfully be called "Cynical Baby Boomers" or CBBs... It is also very apparent that many of those who deride us CBBs as "conspiracy kooks" and "JFK Truthers" are members of the post baby boom Generation X and Y crowd. These self-styled experts on all things 1960s is amazing when one considers that these debunkers were not even alive in the 1960s and were in diapers during the Watergate fiasco. The Warren Commission promoters -- and their defenses of the flummoxing report can be seen on such sites as ...
Feel weird smiling but Dealey plaza is really cool
I’m Thankful — from Dealey Plaza (Fine photo by Kael Alford for the fine
Security goon 'cops' of sheriff's dept punched Alex Jones in stomanch he said and pushed him repeatedly and denied his Constitutional Rights in those assaults on Nov 22nd at Dallas Dealey Plaza area demonstration for Constitutional Rights during Media's 50th anniversary of JFK killing/lies celebration 2013. Hopefully they will be sued and punished and be fired!
Driving around Dallas and kind of ended up at Dealey Plaza where JFK was shot and I am so excited!
I'M BACK! So whats been happening London? Texas was great fun, but bloody cold - February weather just to make the Brits feel at home! Dealey Plaza & The Alamo were sobering, amazing, thought provoking... everything I had hoped they would be.
"How the man behind the video of JFK's assassination almost didn't have his camera that day and donated profits to a slain police officer's widow" What this headline doesn't tell you is that only $25k of the $150k Zapruder received from Life magazine was donated to the widow of the officer. (He was advised that news of a Jewish man cashing in on the assassination might incite anti-Semitism, hence the donation.) And although he claimed at the time that he didn't want to see theaters making a quick buck on showing the clip, his son rented the film out for one-time showings. The family was also paid $16 million for the original in 1999 by the Justice Dept. (they wanted $30 million), and at least $40k for use in the Oliver Stone movie. (The film and rights were sold back to the family for $1 in 1975.) Even though Zapruder worked near Dealey Plaza, I'm surprised that some people haven't found his "luck" incredible, considering that he had an absolute ringside view of the killer shot to Kennedy's head, and ...
.short film about "the Umbrella Man" --a mysterious figure in Dealey Plaza on 11/22/63--is just great: http:…
Sheriff's Deputy Buddy Walthers was in Dealey Plaza shortly after Kennedy was shot. His death is considered mysterious by many conspiracists.
Day 2 sports vacation: going to Dealey Plaza, tour the stadium then off to a mavericks game tonight
Another submission from Soapbox Brady but I promise this to be my last rant of the Thanksgiving weekend. So, the City of Dallas, as part of a comprehensive and appropriate remembrance honoring the LIFE of JFK rather than our continued focus on his tragic DEATH 50 years ago, finally removed the "X"pavement mark on the alleged spot where our President's life was cut short. It made me proud to be a Dallasite but, that too was cut short. It seems some sicko who hangs out at Dealey Plaza every weekend took it upon himself to paint the X mark back. (I guess he gets his kicks helping tourists crawl around looking for pieces of presidential brain matter.) He admits doing it and rather than locking this creep up, the city decides to leave it (ya know, now that all the INTERNATIONAL ATTENTION is off us, why bother?) If you think this is as wrong as I do, let them know it: Dallas City Hall 1500 Marilla St, Dallas, TX (214) 670-3738
I had to photograph Dealey Plaza for a client yesterday. It's been a while since I've been down there!
After being removed last week, 'X' marking spot of JFK's assassination returns to Dealey Plaza
View from the snipers nest, Glare in from spot light that was set up in Dealey Plaza on friday for safety.
'X' marks the spot of JFK's assassination at Dealey Plaza in Dallas once again:
Unless it's generally accepted that Abraham Zapruder lived in the streets of Dealey Plaza, I can't understand why a ridiculous number of people keep referring to the Zapruder Film as a "home movie".
If u r drinking at Scruffy Murphy's you might just get to work on time
On Friday, Nov. 22 , 50 years ago, a man was riding down Dealey Plaza in Dallas in a motorcade with his wife by...
There was a small moment in time where I was going to be in Dealey Plaza this weekend, for business would (cont)
No more lies! Alex Jones & free speech activists confront lamestream media at Dealey Plaza - http…
In the X that marks the spot where was killed has returned
Eclectic crowds flock to Dallas' Dealey Plaza before JFK memorial - Some people came to leave flowers, some to...
Dealey Plaza is creepy after dark ...
'Solemn' event to honor JFK at Dallas' Dealey Plaza - Media prepare for a ceremony at Dealey Plaza in Dallas Nov.
FOX News: Credible, compelling, detailed analysis of what really happened in Dealey Plaza, Dallas, Nov 22, 1963.
My son & I culminated our course with today's visit to the 6th Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza in Dallas.
Thousands mark moment of in Dealey Plaza - A crowd gathers in front of the Texas School Book Depository...
My JFK Obsession Becomes a Living Nightmare at Dealey Plaza - I was seven. Sometime during the Summer of 1960, my...
For those who think there were 4 shots in Dealey Plaza: Maybe Oswald took 4 shots and grabbed one shell casing on way out to F w/ everyone.
Did anyone see a drone in Dealey Plaza?
I took a Marine sniper to Dealey Plaza once. Let him pick his spot. He picked the picket fence on the grassy knoll.
In other Parts of the Paper, Brendan reveals details of the return of the X at Dealey Plaza
takes to Dealey Plaza to look at some of the myths surrounding the assassination of JFK http:…
Also Dealey Plaza doesn't look like that from that angle and the Secret Service agent is too young. etc etc
SMH at the morbid *** on your Dealey Plaza segment, taking cheezy group photos at the "x" where JFK was shot. No respect.
From behind the fence on the grassy knoll in Dealey Plaza.
Plz clk n ad f u lk: The Historian in Dealey Plaza - It is steady as you go. It is line upon line. It is...
Please play along. We have to suppress the truth! There were 7 shooters in Dealey Plaza, but we have to say there was 1!
Thousands honor JFK in moment of silence at Dealey Plaza - DALLAS -- Thousands of people bowed their heads or...
In Dealey Plaza, the X that marked the spot on Elm Street where Kennedy was killed has returned via …
The assassination of President John F. Kennedy was a seminal event in the history of our country, but not for the reasons that most people believe today. As we celebrate his life on the 50th anniversary of his death, most Americans see the killing of Kennedy as marking the end of an era of innocence, the end of Camelot. That’s all good stuff for the media and revisionist historians but the actual world-changing result was not the end of Camelot, it was the ascension of Lyndon Johnson as Kennedy’s non-elected successor. America’s political/economic course moves in almost straight lines that are periodically re-directed by major waypoints in her history. There were probably four substantial directional changes in the 20th century. First, World War I forced America, for the first time, to enter the world community as a super power. Unbeknownst to the citizens, it was also the launching pad for economic growth based upon the assumption of leadership in international trade by the United States. This chan ...
Rock Star Murders/ Clash at JFK Rally Show Audio Listen with Windows Player High LowListen with Coast Player (Pop-up blockers may need to be disabled) Download MP3s Hour 1 Hour 2 Hour 3 Hour 4 IMPORTANT: Some mobile devices do not download MP3s. Please use your desktop computer if this is the case.Date: 11-23-13 Host: John B. Wells Guests: Alex Constantine, Alex Jones In the first half of the program, John B. Wells was joined by author Alex Constantine, detailed his research into the potential assassinations of subversive rock stars. Constantine cited a government intelligence memorandum which advised agents on a variety of methods to disrupt the lives of popular musicians. This document, revealed in 1976, suggested tactics such as destroying marriages, planting disparaging newspaper articles, and fostering rivalries amongst competing artists. "Every one of these guys talked about revolution," Constantine observed about the counterculture musicians of the 1960's, "and the people at the top don't w ...
Hello, we're back (from Dallas). Attended the 50 anniversary celebration in Dallas these past 5 days. It was awesome! Very cold, in the 30's and windy. Still the conference was great. Sunday was the highlight of the conference w/a trip to Baylor U. to see the JFK tribute and research archives. Many famous researcher's collections are now housed there. We got to see them all! Also saw were the archivist did her work of sorting, cataloguing, etc. the JFK display was most impressive. Included were the cameras of most of the people who took pictures & movies in Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963. There were newspapers headlining the tragedy along with much other memorabilia. A fantastic trip!
Today's Trivia Subject: The Kennedy Assassination Question was the name of the Dallas plaza in which Kennedy was assassinated? Country Club Plaza Dealey Plaza Congress Plaza Justin Herman Plaza Sam Houston Plaza
As a history nerd and conspiracy theorist :), I've always wanted to go to Dealey Plaza. It was cool to check it out yesterday.
Army Intelligence Any study of Army Intelligence in Dealey Plaza must begin with the amazing testimony of Col. Robert Jones before the HSCA.12 Excerpted below, Jones, in 1963 was commanding officer of the military intelligence region that encompassed Texas called the 112th. Did Military Intelligence personnel identify themselves as Secret Service agents on the grassy knoll? The committee did obtain evidence that military intelligence personnel may have identified themselves as Secret Service or that they might have been misidentified as such. Robert E. Jones... told the committee that from 8 to 12 military intelligence personnel in plainclothes were assigned to Dallas to provide supplemental security for the President's visit. He indicated that these agents had identification credentials and, if questioned, would most likely have stated that they were on detail to the Secret Service. The committee sought to identify these agents so that they could be questioned. The Department of Defense, however, reporte ...
We are pleased to feature a timeline painstakingly put together by the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza about the events leading up to and...
Dealey Plaza, Dallas, Tx. History and nature demonstrate this will only escalate, it is only getting worse. "it is natural to man to indulge in the illusions of hope. We are apt to shut our eyes against a painful truth, and listen to the song of that siren till she transforms us into beasts. Is this the part of wise men, engaged in a great and arduous struggle for liberty? Are we disposed to be of the number of those who, having eyes, see not, and, having ears, hear not, the things which so nearly concern their temporal salvation? For my part, whatever anguish of spirit it may cost, I am willing to know the whole truth; to know the worst, and to provide for it. "They are meant for us; they can be meant for no other." They tell us, sir, that we are weak; unable to cope with so formidable an adversary. But when shall we be stronger? Will it be the next week, or the next year? Will it be when we are totally disarmed, and when a British guard shall be stationed in every house? Shall we gather strength by irr ...
Saturday, November 23 Woke up nice and refreshed today, about 6:30am. The long and satisfying anniversary yesterday had worn me right out, and left me with a bit of a cold, so I slept like a log for the first time since arriving in Dallas. Debated whether to go down to Dealey Plaza for one last look around and a close up view of the new memorial plaque, but one look out the window sealed that deal...still hideously overcast and cold out there. Plan B was to pack up and head to the new accommodation in Irving, where I would meet Susan and the boys later today. Probably could have done a trolley car tour around other Dallas attractions, but in this weather it would have been no fun at all. The weather channel and major networks were now starting to warn of an unseasonal storm sweeping up from the south, which would continue to bring cold, wet days then sleet and very dangerous driving conditions for northern Texas, Oklahoma and continuing east later in the week. Sounds great for our flight plans. Check ...
I just use logic when determining for myself how the JFK assassination happened and I look at who's protesting that there was no conspiracy. I saw part of a CNN JFK let's-keep-the-conspiracy theorists-on-the-fringes special. Have no idea who's paying Vince Bugliosi to defend the party line but it's obvious he's been put up to frame the conspiracy theories as ludicrous. However, inadvertent cracks in the cover-up get through because people get sloppy. In April 1963, someone shot a rifle bullet through a General Walker's front window in Dallas (I think it was) at night. He was sitting at his desk and the bullet missed him and landed inside a wall in back of his desk. Marina Oswald said that Lee Harvey came home very disappointed that night because he had missed his shot after carefully scoping out the place, taking pictures, and setting up the kill. Here's my problem: Oswald was allegedly parked in front of the general's house at street level, saw him sitting behind his desk, and still missed his shot using ...
On November 22, 1963, he took a group of his students to Dealey Plaza to see President Kennedy. As far as anyone knows, he was the only professional historian in the Plaza when the gunshots were fired.
Spent the weekend Here in Dallas, at Dealey Plaza , I see were the disinformation agents were hard at work .. The limo drive didn't kill JFK . Jacqueline Kennedy didn't kill JFK . The Secret Service didn't kill JFK. The CIA killed JFK , by orders from the Jesuits .All road s lead to Rome..
The assassination of John F. Kennedy, which transpired 50 years ago this week in Dallas' Dealey Plaza, are being given a fictional reexamination as part of the viral marketing for director Bryan…
Here are MORE photos of my 4 days in Dallas, I literally "lived" in Dealey Plaza at the Hotel Lawrence...thousands of people, cops everywhere, protesters holding "CIA KILLED JFK" signs, etc...Really an amazing time
SINCE THIS IS THE 50TH ANIVERSARY OF THE SHOOTING OF JOHN KENNEDY, HERE'S ONE INTERESTING FACT: Freemasons were involved in the murder of John F. Kennedy : This is taken from an essay by James Shelby Downward : The assassination took place in Dealey Plaza, site of the first Masonic temple in Dallas. Dallas is located just south of the 33rd degree of latitude. The 33rd degree is the highest degree one can achieve in Freemasonry. Shakespeare's MacBeth is a "Killing of the King" drama. MacBeth, who killed his King in accordance with a witch's plot and was himself later killed, parallels the JFK assassination and the sequence of Oswald being killed by Ruby. "Mason Road" in Texas, connects to the "Mason No El Bar" and the Texas / New Mexico "Land of Enchantment" border. This connecting line is on the 32nd degree. When the 32nd degree line of latitude is traced west into the "Land of Enchantment", it becomes situated midway between Deming and Columbus. Slightly to the north of the town of Columbus are the "Tres ...
Thought I would post this bit of info.Over the past three months, the City of Dallas, in preparation of the 50th Anniversary of the JFK tragedy, noted that someone had painted two white "X's" in the middle of Elm Street at Dealey Plaza. Thinking that this was in poor taste, the City fathers (or mothers,, depending on who you ask) decided to rip up the section of Elm street right in front of the plaza, three days prior to media arriving from all over the globe for the memorial, had to work day and night to complete it at 3:40 am on 11/22. Today, the 25th, I drove by the site and noticed someone repainted the X's on the City's new pave job!!!
Fifty years ago three things happened simultaneously in Dallas’ Dealey Plaza: The limousine carrying John F. Kennedy slowed to a near stop, an umbrella suddenly opened, and a shot was fired from the front, brutally killing our President. This is the trifecta for a conspiracy.
After the motorcade turned the corner onto Elm Street in Dealey Plaza, the First Lady heard what she thought to be a motorcycle backfiring and did not realize that it was a gunshot until she heard Governor Connally scream. Within seconds, two more shots had rung out, and she leaned toward her husband. Another shot struck the President in the head. Shocked, she climbed out of the back seat and crawled over the trunk of the car. Her Secret Service agent, Clint Hill, later told the Warren Commission that he thought she had been reaching across the trunk for a piece of the President's skull that had been blown off. Hill ran to the car and leapt onto it, directing her back to her seat. The car rushed to Dallas' Parkland Hospital, and on arrival there, the president's body was rushed into a trauma room. The First Lady, for the moment, remained in a room for relatives and friends of patients just outside. A few minutes into her husband's treatment, accompanied by the President's doctor, Dr. Malcolm P ...
Alex Jones was leading a peaceful protest at Dealey Plaza on the anniversary of JFK’s assassination. This sort of thing often results in a thug scrum, which is just what happened:
More of David McCullough quoting JFK last Friday in Dealey Plaza: "When power corrupts, poetry cleanses..."
Cheryl Patterson remembers her father was always protective of her when she was a little girl. But in Dallas that morning, he pushed her into the middle of the street in front of the pulsing crowd. She stood about three feet away from the Lincoln Continental convertible. The beautiful Mrs. Kennedy, wearing a pink suit and a pink pillbox hat, was inches away. 'She looked right at me and smiled. He waved and they said something to each other,' Patterson said Thursday. The family got back into the car and traveled back to her grandparent's house in the South Oak Cliff area. They didn't know President Kennedy had been shot until they got back to the house in Oak Cliff. Patterson, like most people in the country is remembering the assassination of the president on this 50 th anniversary of the event. Unlike others, she was there that day, a few blocks away. Her father and mother, Malcolm and Jane Dorman, took Cheryl and her younger brother out of Jones Elementary School to travel to Dallas specifically to see ...
Freezing my butt off in the stupid cold in dealey plaza. Can't wait for warmth
I’m writing a play called “Me and JFK.” The plot has a handsome young man from Philadelphia hitchhiking to Dallas on a whim in 1963. He hears about the presidential motorcade, goes to Dealey Plaza to see JFK, then notices a dark figure in the window of the nearby Texas Book Depository. He runs up the stairs and punches Oswald to thwart the assassination. He then explains to Lee Harvey that killing is wrong, leaving Oswald in tears of remorse. “Go and sin no more, Lee. Go home to your wife and your child! If you want to change the world, join JFK’s Peace Corps!” Then this handsome young man hitchhikes back to Philly and drinks many beers with his friends Madden and Flannery.
Monica Saldivar, a 2012 graduate of Dallas' Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts sings the National Anthem at The 50th: Honoring the Memory of President John F. Kennedy event held in Dallas' Dealey Plaza on Nov. 22, 2013. Saldivar is currently attending Dallas Baptist…
Packer FanTours is advertising for trip packages to the Dallas-Green Bay game... they claim the package includes a tour of all Dallas attractions... the first one they mention is "Dealey Plaza" and another is the Texas Schoolbook Depository (now a museum)... maybe its just me, but I find that somewhat tacky... "come visit a murder site"
In addition to going to the RAIDER-cowboy game this weekend, we're planning a trip to Dealey Plaza in downtown Dallas. My wife has been watching the Zapruder Film and plans on solving the Kennedy Assassination. So get ready for CSI-Dallas...
David McCullough speaking at the event in Dealey Plaza.
Group of people walking around Dealey Plaza with loaded rifles and AR-15s. Asked what they were doing, "second amendment rights"
POST FOR THE DAY -- kirk wessler, peoria journal star sports columnist -- When I lived in Dallas in the mid-'80s, I drove through Dealey Plaza and under the triple-overpass every day on my way home from work. The first few months, I lived in Oak Cliff, and my route took me past the Texas Theater as well. In both cases, I could never shake the JFK assassination memory, which hit me every single day. If I still lived there, maybe I'd have gotten past that, but I don't know. That's an event and site that's seared into the mind of anyone of a certain age, I think.
Thursday, November 21 Woken up by alarm at 7:30 after a night of broken sleep, but still felt OK. Headed down Elm Street to Dealey Plaza where preparations for the Commemoration were really starting to ramp up. Media from all over the world were setting up their mobile satellite vans, temporary studios and interviewing tourists in all sorts of languages. I even got a CNN microphone shoved in my face for a quote, but I doubt it went to air because they seemed to be looking for Texans to comment. My southern twang is coming along, but I still stand out in the crowd. More out of hope than anything, I dropped into the 6th Floor Museum shop to see whether I could snag an unwanted ticket for the official ceremony tomorrow. The City Of Dallas had approved only 5,000 people to attend the event in order to keep things safe and manageable. These tickets were issued through an online ballot earlier in the year, and it was not advertised anywhere so only 13,000 people applied. Being so far removed, I heard abo ...
High-Def Video: Rampaging Feds Attack Free Speech Demonstrators Sheriff’s Deputies assaulted peaceful demonstrators almost immediately after arriving at the Dealey Plaza and proceeded to push the free speech activists back at least one block in today’s violent assault initiated by law enforcement. The Sheriff’s Deputies marched in from behind the non-violent crowd to the very front of the rally, turned around, and opened up their own barricades to begin the assault, which continued from Dealey Plaza to the John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza at least one full city block away. Prior to the attack, the protestors stayed behind the barricades and did not attempt to move them. The intent of the police, apparently under orders by Homeland Security, was to create a “free speech zone,” in other words a zone banning the right to speak freely and assemble peacefully in a public place during the JFK 50th anniversary event. One demonstrator said that after the deputies arrived in single file, they looked at ea ...
The CBS EVENING NEWS was Awesome tonight. They were at Dealey Plaza on the 50Th anniversary of Kennedy's demise. Scott Pelley is a stud.
Thanks to (Secret Service agent who leaped onto President Kennedy's car) for chatting in Dealey Plaza http:…
It was a dark and rainy morning... I woke up very tired and going on no more than 4 hours of sleep as I stayed up late putting the finishing touches on the big post regarding the Kennedy Assassination. As I had my morning coffee and saw my kids off to school I threw out some random posts and got amped up for the days events. I kissed my wife and kids as they headed out and reminded my wife that I was going to be going with the flow today... Im not even sure what exactly that meant but she did and assured me she wouldn't have me any other way. As I made the 40 minute trip to downtown Dallas I thought a lot about our country. How it has changed since I was a child... much less over 50 years as well as thinking about where it might be in another 50. It was pretty depressing. The excitement built up inside me and I could feel the blood pressure skyrocketing. I really thought that one way or another I might end up at Parkland... or Dallas County. I could see the "stage" was set in Dealey Plaza from the express ...
President John F. Kennedy was remembered and honored today in Dallas. A memorial plaque was unveiled at Dealey Plaza, inscribed with a beautiful quote that I discuss in my book “Good Tidings and Great Joy.” I also used the quote in my Southeastern University speech and would like to share the excerpt from “Good Tidings and Great Joy” (pgs. 130-132): ….During my speech, I recited one of my favorite quotes to the students, faculty, and Southeastern supporters: “We in this country, in this generation, are—by destiny rather than choice—the watchmen on the walls of world freedom. We ask, therefore, that we may be worthy of our power and responsibility, that we may exercise our strength with wisdom and restraint, and that we may achieve in our time and for all time the ancient vision of ‘peace on earth, goodwill toward men.’ That must always be our goal, and the righteousness of our cause must always underlie our strength. For as was written long ago: ‘except the Lord keep the city, the wa ...
Not quite sure what to make of all the JFK assassination anniversary stuff. Seriously, have we ever made such a big thing about the violent passing of one of our leaders? Was there a big to-do in 1951 for McKinley? In 1931 for Garfield? Or, more significantly linked to this particular one, in 1913 for Lincoln? Sure, it's interesting and some of the factual history is fascinating. I can draw a diagram of Dealey Plaza from memory, though I've never been there, but I can't get into all the seeming celebration. There were bands performing at Dealey this morning, ferchrissake. My guess is that it was the first such act of assassination that was viewed by millions by way of live telecast. The one that is recalled, examined, referenced by so many. Yet, while the Grassy Knoll became a common jibe (Among other references, the errant snowball that struck Cerebus The Aardvark was said to have come from the Grassy Knoll), not much from the event seems in any way humorous. Many of us thought it was hilarious wh ...
50 years ago in Dealey Plaza. Still unbelievable. Still so many question marks. The Zapruder Film still as shocking as ever.
When Kourt was 5 yo, I spent 6 weeks in Dallas. I walked to Dealey Plaza and sat on the grassy knoll almost everyday.I stared at the 6th floor window. I also visited Oak Cliff, Parkland Hospital, and Love Field. When I travel to Dallas on business today, I don't go to those places anymore. About a month ago I was looking at the Zapruder Film and then I looked at the camera he used.Bell and Howell Zoomatic Director Series...for those who know me, know that I collect old cameras.I have that same camera..
Remembering JFK Sunday, November 21, 2004 You can follow the route of the motorcade down Main Street but Houston Street is one way left so you cannot make the right turn to Elm. I drove around the block and accessed Elm Street a block East of Dealey Plaza. I told the grandkids to be very quiet. I had prepared them for this. “Tomorrow is a sad day in history,” I told them. “What’s history?” The 5 year old asked. “Things that happened before you were born, I told him. The 15 year old and the 11 year old understood but the 5 & 7 came along just because I asked them to. Down the hill past the School Book Depository toward the overpass that Jackie Kennedy had hoped would provide some momentary shade from the bright sun shining down on the motorcade. “Right here guys,” I said, stopping in the street near the sign that is still there that is visible in the Zapruder Film. “Right here is where the President of the United States was killed.” They looked around, not knowing what to think, perhaps ...
Headlines U.S. World Business Markets Technology Sports Entertainment Health Science Politics JFK 50th: Nation pauses to remember lost president DALLAS (AP) -- Fifty years after John F. Kennedy fell victim to an assassin's bullet while visiting Texas with his wife, people at home and abroad paused Friday to remember the 35th president of the United States. Collected here are memories of the slain president, details from the day of his death and live updates from the memorial service at Dealey Plaza in Dallas. To this day, a clear majority of Americans still believe that Lee Harvey Oswald didn't act alone and there was a conspiracy behind Kennedy's assassination. The Warren Commission, appointed by President Lyndon B. Johnson and led by Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren, concluded that Oswald was solely responsible for the president's death. But according to an Associated Press-GfK survey conducted in mid-April, 59 percent of Americans think multiple people were involved, 24 percent think Oswald acte ...
In September we went to Dealey Plaza, Darland Kenyon and I went to the 6th Floor Museum, after several emotional stops on the trip, I was determined to keep my emotions in check and not cry here, we spent over an hour listening to the Audio tour, looking at the photos, standing next to that window and looking down at the two x on the street and frame by frame pictures of the Zapruder Film, pictures if Lee Harvey Oswalds Face as Jack Ruby's bullet tore through him. I held it together, we entered the theatre and watched Jackie walking with Bobby, the John John Salute then the funeral, trying to look elsewhere and get myself in check I saw everyone crying, grown men 10 weeks shy of 50 years later crying like babies. The first of 3 assassinations that stopped what could have been, we are getting there now but these great men would have got us here sooner. I cried for that little boy saluting his daddy, for a Nation without a leader, for a wife covered in her husbands blood and for what could have been.
Plaque designating Dealey Plaza a National Historic Landmark. It was placed here in 1993 by Nelly Connally
"On Friday November 22, 1963, at approximately 12:30 P.M. in Dallas, Texas, the whole United States was rocked by tragedy. John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States of America, who was riding in a motorcade while greeting the citizens of Dallas near Dealey Plaza, was assassinated after being shot in the head by Lee Harvey Oswald with a Hi-Powered rifle. Kennedy was taken to Parkland Hospital for emergency medical treatment. But, unfortunately, he was pronounced dead at 1:00 p.m. Oswald, who also killed Dallas Police officer J.D. Tippet about an hour or a half an hour later, was later captured by Dallas P.D. in nearby Oak Cliff after slipping into the Texas Theatre without paying. 2 days later, at 11:21 a.m. on Sunday November 24, before he can stand trial, nightclub operator Jack Ruby appeared at Dallas P.D. headquarters when he saw Oswald being taken out of the police headquarters' basement. Ruby, who also heard about President Kennedy's assassination, walked past a stream of news reporter ...
A stunned crowd remains in Dealey Plaza. Note the absence of law enforcement--with a murder scene in Oak Cliff, a crime scene at the Texas Theater, and the need to get the presidential party safely to Love Field, the Dallas Police Department is taxed to its limit.
I just watched the 50th Anniversary program from Dealey Plaza, in Dallas;WFAA Channel 8, is now running two hours of exactly what was being broadcast on Nov. 22, 1963 (you can catch it on the internet if you live out of this area). I have to be honest; I did not expect this to be such an emotional experience, but it just transported me back to that day and I've been feeling pretty much what I felt then. Oh, Northside's own Bob Schieffer - who has been a very active part of the Anniversary coverage - is to be interviewed (that's a switch) on the Channel 11 News at 4PM CST.
JFK remembered. Consul General of France, Sujiro Seam is attending the ceremony at Dealey Plaza in Dallas.
So JFK was shot dead in Dealey Plaza in Dallas. Not if you go to a Pub quiz hosted by Robert Moore.
The utter crap about the JFK assassination started to flow right at the top of the 7:00 o'clock hour this morning. Lester Holt of NBC stood at the spot where Abraham Zapruder shot his famous film footage, and with a straight face Lester said, "This is where the only film of the assassination was shot." Uh, Lester, baby, there were 20, count 'em TWENTY, moving film and still shots taken that day of the assassination in Dealey Plaza. Nice reporting there, ***
150 years ago today General Bragg dispatches General Buckner from Seminary Ridge to aid General Longstreet in his Knoxville campaign. Union Grant orders General Thomas to make a demonstration on Seminary Ridge to gain knowledge of the CSA forces there and give Bragg the impression that the main Union thrust on his lines would be conducted on Seminary Ridge. Grants plans are to have forces under General Sherman attack the confederates in their right flank and roll them up or sweep the Confederates from there strongholds in the mountains around Chattanooga right to left. Things would not go as either Bragg nor Grant would plan. 50 years ago today President Kennedy was shot in Dealey Plaza.
Bob Schieffer, CBS News' chief Washington correspondent and host of "Face the Nation," joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" from the infamous grassy knoll in Dealey Plaza with a preview of his "48 Hours" special "As It Happened: John F. Kennedy, 50 Years."
REMEMBERING CAMELOT By: Bruce Rossley Chair San Miguel Democrats Abroad November 22 is always a day of very sad remembrance for those of us who were fortunate enough to live through the years of Camelot. November 22, 1963, is often described as the day that ended the era of America’s unbridled optimism. But rather than dwelling on the horror of Dealey Plaza and the resulting conspiracy theories, I prefer to remember the preceding three years that forever changed the course of the lives of so many of us. For me, it started with the New Hampshire Democratic Primary of 1960. None of the major Democratic candidates for the presidential nomination, including Lyndon Johnson, Stuart Symington and Hubert Humphrey, would challenge the popular Senator from Massachusetts in a New England state. Only an unknown ink pen manufacturer named Fisher challenged Senator John F. Kennedy in New Hampshire’s first in the nation primary. Of course, the Senator was going to win that primary, but that did not deter Jack Kenned ...
November 22, 1963 It's odd what we remember as young kids. I was 4 years and almost 5 months old on that day. I remember watching the entire event on TV. You see, my dad was on President Kennedy's election campaign while he worked at the Peoria Journal Star. He always had a picture of JFK hanging in our family room since that day 11/22/63. When this tragedy occurred, our TV was on and it was on the entire day of the burial because it was very personal to my dad. At 4 1/2 years old I knew nothing about politics. What I did know was that my dad was hurt and the millions of people I saw on TV were hurting and the President's children were hurting. "John John" was the same age as me and when he saluted his dad I took notice instantly. It is odd how through all these years I could always quote the day the President was shot 11/22/63. When I was in Dallas in February 2012 for a convention, I went by myself to Dealey Plaza (I had never been) to walk the "grassy knoll" and the book depository and what was so unbe ...
Texans to Protest Censorship of Free Speech in Dallas JFK Events November 19, 2013 The anniversary of the death of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the nation’s 35th president, occurs this Friday in the north Texas city where the shadow government silenced him fifty years ago. Since his death, countless people have sought answers and disagreed with the government’s portrayal of what took place that day, chiefly that former marine Lee Harvey Oswald was a lone assassin and that he used a “magic bullet” to kill the president. Now in an unprecedented effort to squelch free speech, the City of Dallas has moved to cordon off huge areas of the city and has attempted to prohibit citizens from carrying signs with messages countering the official narrative, and even filming in certain downtown areas. “Due to construction, renovations and preparations for the 50th JFK Anniversary event, extensive filming will not be allowed in Dealey Plaza area from September 1st through November 24, 2013,” a memo from the City ...
Had there been no Dallas, there would been no Camelot. There would have been no John F. Kennedy as brilliant statesman cut off in his prime, had it not been for those riveting days from Dealey Plaza to Arlington and the lighting of the Eternal Flame. Along with the unsleeping labors of an idolatrous press and the propagandists who control America's popular culture, those four days created and sustained the Kennedy Myth. But, over 50 years, the effect has begun to wear off. The New York Times reports that in the ranking of presidents, Kennedy has fallen further and faster than any. Ronald Reagan has replaced him as No. 1, and JFK is a fading fourth. Kennedy is increasingly perceived today as he was 50 years ago, before word came that shots had been fired in Dallas. That he was popular, inspirational, charismatic, no one denied. But no one would then have called him great or near great. His report card had too many C's, F's and Incompletes. His great legislative victory had been the passage of the Trade Exp ...
Combining decades of insider political knowledge with cutting edge JFK assassination research, political operative Roger Stone joined John B. Wells to lay out the case that Lyndon B. Johnson manipulated the situation in Dallas on November 22, 1963, to have JFK killed. Stone described LBJ as an amoral psycho who was corrupt, ruthless, greedy, dishonest, crude and vicious. LBJ routinely abused people and was known to conduct meetings from the toilet to humiliate staffers, he added. According to Stone, LBJ can be tied to at least eight murders, including one to cover-up the voter fraud that led to his first election victory. Robert Kennedy hated LBJ and did not want him on the presidential ticket with his brother, Stone continued, noting that JFK had originally selected Stuart Symington as his running mate. JFK was visited late one night by LBJ who blackmailed him with the release of a dossier on his sexual exploits (given to him by J. Edgar Hoover) if he didn't put him on the ticket, he revealed. Stone conn ...
Is it true that DPD or Feds have ordered no open windows around Dealey Plaza during events?
Cover up! Conspiracy! Dallas workers remove Xs that mark where JFK was shot. rt
Photo: watersight: Dealey Plaza, Dallas Texas On the wooden fence of the grassy knoll at the site of John...
Just talked to my dad who is in Dallas, TX visiting the Sixth Floor Museum and memorial of JFK in the Dealey Plaza District where JFK was assassinated 50 yrs ago. He told me it's been an awesome experience and he has been interviewed by two TV news channels!!! CBS and Fox interviewed him so he we will be on the local news channels there! My dad is such a nerd! I love him!
One of the assassins was Charles Nicoletti, hit man for the mob, who was located n the Dal-Tex Building in Dealey Plaza: CHARLES NICOLETTI, March 28, 1977 Charles Nicoletti was a “hit-man” and enforcer for Chicago Mob chieftain Sam Giancana. When Giancana was murdered in May of 1975, just days prior to his scheduled appearance to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee on mob activities in the attempted assassination of Fidel Castro, Charles Nicoletti broke off relations with the Mob and gave as his reason that “the CIA was taking over the operation.” Giancana’s murder by .22 caliber bullets was very suggestive of a CIA “hit.” In a death bed confession made by CIA agent Chauncey Holt, who claimed that he was a CIA operative both before and at the time of JFK’s death, Holt alleged that Charles Nicoletti was one of the gunmen in Dealey Plaza and that Nicoletti had been driven to Dealey Plaza from Arizona by Holt. Holt confessed that he and Nicoletti began their journey the day b ...
The stage and media riser are going up at Dealey Plaza for the ceremony.
Here's an interview I did several years ago with a street hustler named Sherman who gave unsanctioned JFK assassination tours around Dealey Plaza. I think you'll dig it.
Dealey Plaza is taken over by media, security, bomb dogs, conspiracy theorists & all the close buildings have been cleared out. Crazy!
we down here at dealey plaza. It's packed.
Preparations are underway at Dealey Plaza as people from all over the world descend to Dallas to…
The weeble Dealey Plaza in the WaPo's big JFK package is kinda neat:
Years ago, Dealey Plaza conspiracy man Robert Groden reportedly strolled into the center lane of Elm Street and taped down...
Check out our new 360 Virtual Tour of JFK's Dealey Plaza & Grassy Knoll
Dallas City workers remove white "X's" in Dealey Plaza that marked where Kennedy was shot And were never city painted
You too can experience the thrills of Dealey Plaza in your own private home
Frankenstein remember Erykah Badu doing good stuff at Dealey Plaza. Maybe her instead?
My pic of X“X no longer marks spot where was shot:
The plaza looks better than ever. Hope it stays this way after the cameras leave @ Dealey Plaza
Monte Kiffin will be brought in for the X's and O's at Dealey Plaza.
I’m not sure how I feel about Dallas removing the X from Dealey plaza…..
2nd giveaway from For “The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza” souvenir book, first right answer to this wins!
people making a big deal of about the "X" in dealey plaza being removed...that *** was in the wrong spot anyways...yall hypebeasts!
Disagree. I walked Dealey Plaza, and the shots were much much closer than pics reveal. Almost too easy.
Got some time off here in Dallas. Thinking of going to Dealey Plaza.
In case you guys weren't certain, Dealey Plaza is home to some very interesting people.
Dallas city crews removed the white 'x' marks from Dealey Plaza late Monday. just four days ahead of ceremony marking 50th anniversary of JFK's assassination.
Dealey Plaza namesake's son was no fan of JFK.
Dallas Officials removed the white 'X' marks from Dealey Plaza..four days before the 50th anniversary of JFK's assassination..TF!!! Why?!?
Sam Wyly, Dallas tycoon and author of on being at Dealey Plaza during assassination:
-Everyone to come to dealey plaza in thurs to protest against 1st amend outlawed.
Little-known fact: the grassy knoll in Dealey Plaza in Dallas is one of only 17 grassy knolls in the entire world.
X no longer marks spots where was shot; city mum on marks' removal during street repairs downtown:
I wish I could go to dealey plaza tomorrow !
DFW: Dallas city crews remove white 'x' marks from Dealey Plaza road
The City of Dallas removed the white "X" from Dealey Plaza yesterday:
Pompano woman to attend Dealey Plaza event on 50th anniversary of Kennedy assassination
What happened in Dealey Plaza and how the Secret Service changed because of it, by the brilliant folks.
Can't make it to Dealey Plaza Friday? At 5&6 I'll tell you about some local events you can attend.
The City of Dallas Removed the White "X" From Dealey Plaza on Monday via
Gent from suggests cold-weather clothes & an umbrella Friday in Dealey Plaza. But no umbrellas allowed.
JFK ANNIVERSARY - 50 years after Kennedy's assassination in Dallas, Dealey Plaza still hosts conspiracy theorists.
Dallas to honor 50th anniversary of JFK 's assassination Nov. 22 at Dealey Plaza
Five stories that have North Texas talking: No more 'X' in Dealey Plaza, architect Renzo Piano is in town, the Dallas Museum of Art gets two African works, and more.
CNN News: Baby boomers remember JFK - As the 1961 Lincoln Continental convertible rolled down Elm Street in Dealey Plaza, three shots rang out in Dallas, their echoes lodging in the memories of America's youth for years to come.
I've always been obsessed with all things JFK. Today at 5 you'll hear what the Tyler public Library will be doing this week to remember JFK 50 years after his assassination. Also, I'll be in Dealey Plaza on the 22nd, I won't be working however, i'll be a spectator soaking it all in! I'm so excited!
There is clear and convincing evidence, from witnesses, photos, and even from the factual conclusions of the Warren Commission itself, that a bullet hole was found in the windshield of the Presidential limousine located to the right middle of the driver side from the perspective of one sitting in the driver’s seat of the limousine. See the photo of the windshield with a bullet hole in the picture contained in page 157 of “Murder in Dealey Plaza.” This bullet hole was large enough for several witnesses, including a medical student at Parkland Memorial Hospital and Dallas Policemen, to notice and run their finger upon and through the hole produced by the bullet. Due to the nature of the damage upon the special type of windshield material involved, experts have claimed that the shot must have come from the front near the south side of the triple underpass where several witnesses stated that they heard a shot having been fired. This is yet another bullet fired in Dealey Plaza making the lone gun assas . ...
Incredible. James Tague, who himself was SHOT during the Kennedy assassination has been banned from being anywhere near the 50th anniversary dog and pony show the media has planned for Dealey Plaza this week. It's been widely known that anyone who dares question the "official story" is banned from being anywhere near the Plaza on the 22nd. No doubt, they will taunt and attempt to discredit on air anyone who dares to question the government while broadcasting from the murder site. With how big the lies have gotten, how bad things continue to get, how open and blatant this Communist takeover is, and how American is being plunged down into the tenth level of *** does it really suprise anyone that one of the only remaining witnesses left living from that day will have no business being a part of the memorial?
DART's Red and Blue Line rail service will be temporarily suspended between Union Station and West End Station from 12:10 to 1:10 p.m. during JFK memorial ceremonies at Dealey Plaza on Friday, Nov. 22. Customers will use a bus shuttle to travel between the two stations. Customers from West End Stati...
Sonia King was just 10-years-old when her father, a Dallas jewelry wholesaler, photographed the sun-splashed, cheerful scene in Dealey Plaza mere minutes before President John Kennedy was assassinated. After sitting in storage for more than 45 years, her father’s pictures now appear in TIME, seeing ...
While working on my accounting assignment, playing in the background was a JFK assassination documentary, and now Catfish: the TV Show. If only I could combine them both. Travel back in time and put go pros all over the JFK car and Dealey Plaza.
On November 8, 1965, journalist and television star of "What's My Line," Dorothy Kilgallen, mysteriously died shortly after returning from Dallas where she had interviewed Jack Ruby in prison and had conducted her own investigation of the JFK murder during several trips to cover the Ruby trial. As told in this video clip, Dorothy told several people she had information that would" blow the lid off" the JFK assassination investigation. DOROTHY would not SURRENDER in her relentless pursuit of the truth behind the JFK assassination whose death perhaps served as a warning to other reporters. While the mainstream media continues to spin the official story of JFK murder, many other journalists. government officials, the Kennedy family and US citizenry know their was a cover-up and continue to look for who really was "behind the curtain." The happy dream like ending of the Wizard of Oz turned into a living "nightmare on Elm Street." Can't make this stuff up, as our "collective consciousness" manifests bizarre i ...
One JFK conspiracy theory that could be true By Thom Patterson, CNN updated 11:08 AM EST, Mon November 18, 2013 STORY HIGHLIGHTS Since 1976, Dave Perry has been researching John F. Kennedy's killing Top conspiracy theories include the CIA, the mob and then-Vice President Lyndon Johnson Event in Pittsburgh drew Oliver Stone and hundreds of conspiracy theorists Perry can't debunk a CIA conspiracy theory; many CIA JFK documents still classified Watch "The Assassination of President Kennedy" on CNN TV Friday, November 22 at 10p. (CNN) -- During the half century since President John F. Kennedy was assassinated, you may have heard about a few conspiracy theories. Decades of investigations, hearings, documents, records, books and interviews have failed to satisfy conspiracy theorists with a definitive answer to The Question: Did Lee Harvey Oswald act alone when he shot the President? At one time or another, doubters of the lone gunman theory "have accused 42 groups, 82 assassins and 214 people of being involved ...
The City of Dallas has re-paved some of the streets around Dealey Plaza, in time for the observance of the 50 anniversary of JFK's assassination in Friday. They also removed the 2 white X's painted on Elm Street that marked the spots where he was shot. The X's were never official city markers, but were added by others.
Think I'm gonna take a walk to Dealey Plaza this Thursday night.
James Tague describes what he observed in Dealey Plaza on November 22nd, 1963
Well, it looks like my invitation really did get lost in the mail. I have received an e-mail reminding me of the ceremony at Dealey Plaza on Friday and giving me very detailed instructions on what I need to do to attend.
Bet many of you all did not know that Granny Rose our Mom was near the Grassy Knoll on that fateful day in 1963. Actually she was near Dealey Plaza just around the corner where she was waiting and boarded a Greyhound bus some time before noon in her continuing trip to Kileen, Texas to be with our sister Kaki. She said that when they stopped in College Station, Texas, the bus driver had just learned that the President was shot. They did not know right away that he died from these wounds. Was John-John, our nephew and son of Kaki, born soon afterwards named after the President? hmmm. If you were old enough, where were you? Tell us now! We were stationed in the Philippines when Paul was born and seven months old and Mark was still six months away from his debut into this tumultous world, when really everything changed because of that dirty dastardly deed in dallas. wow Where were you?
The Dealey Plaza Presidential motorcade route had been chosen but Secret Service Agent Lawson considers changing it... Moving it away from Dealey Plaza .but.by the end of the day, the route was finalized... On such things, the fate of nations turn. November 18, 1963
Think I will go hang at Dealey Plaza Friday. Probably across from the Grassy Knoll. Have to honor a day when Presidents were loved and what might have been.
Very jealous! Ryan our oldest son was very lucky. He received one of the 5,000 tickets for "The 50th". The ceremony in Dallas at Dealey Plaza. His wife works for NBC and has a press pass. Do you remember where you were that day?
What a beautiful day!...Spend the Day in Dallas With Adrian, Steph, Vic and of course, Harper Victoria...went to the Dallas World Aquarium, we ate at Y.O Ranch Steakhouse and then walked to Dealey Plaza..Happy Birthday Baby Girl!..KIKISH!
The Sixth Floor Museum associate curator Stephen Fagin discusses the importance of Dealey Plaza and the impact of the JFK assassination on U.S. history. (Posted on: November 18, 2013)
Uh.Why are we still all here? I thought the Mayan Calendar had us wiped out this time last year? Will Elvis be in Dealey Plaza Friday? If Baylor gets a BCS Bowl, will David Koresh (Vernon Howell) be resurrected? Will Obama be revealed as a failed breeding experiment by Buddy Epsen & Eartha Kitt?? Can't wait to see what awaits us in 2014!!!
Jeff Taylor here... I need your help. Are you or someone you know one of those people who were there near Dealey Plaza watching JFK's motorcade in downtown Dallas that fateful day? I'd like to talk to you if you were...
Today was not the week to resurface road thru dealey plaza
Why do we visit historical sites? Commentator Mike Pesca wants to talk about the value of seeing a place, especially one like Dallas' Dealey Plaza about
First trip to Dallas. Spent an hour or so st Dealey Plaza. In fifty years nothing has changed except everything.
Awesome event at the Oyster Bay Library: Join Professor Howard Ehrlich as he discusses the tragic events of November 22, 1963. Mr. Ehrlich will cover the testimony of witnesses who were in Dealey Plaza that afternoon, the Secret Service agents on duty, the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald by Jack Ruby, and the recollections of Texas Governor John Connolly and CBS reporter Dan Rather. Finally, we will explore the questions that still linger today about the assassination. Registration starts on October 18 for OB-EN residents and on Nov. 6 for non-residents. Register at the Reference Desk or call the library at 922-1212.
Saw 2 interesting documentaries over the weekend on the 50 years since the JFK Assassination. One made a very compelling case that the fatal bullet on Dealey Plaza came not from Oswald but instead from a Secret Service gun in the limousine behind Kennedy. The other was concerned with the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962. My father always told me how close we were to Armageddon but this documentary showed how it should have happened but somehow didn't - probably due to some amazing diplomacy from the White House and Kremlin at the 11th hour.
At Dealey Plaza for the beginning of the commemoration of John F. Kennedy's Assassination. JFK was a hero of mine.
This week marks the 50th Anniversary of the assassination of JFK. Being the youngest President is only one of the interesting facts about JFK, here are few more. A Gemini, John F Kennedy, otherwise known as Jack, was the first president of the USA to be born in the 20th century. After his graduation in 1940, he served as the Navy Commander, in the Pacific during World War Two. Inspired by his father he entered politics in 1946 and was elected as a Democrat to the US House of Representatives. Following this victory, he paved his way to the Senate in 1952. In 1960, at forty three years of age, JFK won the presidential nomination election and became the youngest ever president to be elected to office. His thesis became a book, “While England Slept” when Kennedy was just 23 years old. He married Jacqueline Lee Bouvier on Sept. 12, 1953. She was 12 years younger than Kennedy. JFK was the first and only Roman Catholic president elected to date. Though Kennedy was never religious, he attended confessions re ...
Waiting to see how the JFK doc handles the episode where Walker, Texas Ranger has a flashback to being in Dealey Plaza as a boy.
BREAKING: Generalissimo Francisco Franco is still in the motorcade at Dealey Plaza.
Dealey Plaza, February 2003 no doubt America's most infamous crime scene as well as one of its most hallowed spots!! I was traveling back with my brother Richard Elias and had spent the night in Dallas. The X on Elm Street marks the spot we lost JFK
Remembering Three Sad Events and One Happy One in November There are three sad and one happy historically significant events, among others, that transpired in November that should be remembered. One happened 150 years ago during the Civil War, one occurred 75 years ago in Germany and Austria, the third took place 50 years ago at Dealey Plaza in Dallas, and the last happened 24 years ago in East Berlin. The Greatest Speech We know about the speech because we studied it in school. It is only 272 words long. Yet, for my money, it is the greatest speech ever given. On November 19, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln went by train from Washington D.C. to dedicate a cemetery at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, the scene of a horrific battle in which over 23,000 Union soldiers died. The Civil War was still violently raging at places like Chickamauga with the bodies piling up every day. So, there was a lot of anxiety and grief in Lincoln’s mind and heart when he composed those 272 words. But there was also a belief in the ...
Apparently, Westboro Baptist Church is gonna be staging a protest at Dealey Plaza this coming Saturday against JFK. Hubby wonders how many Patriot Guard Riders might show up. Good question.
From Stu World Order Aka Richard Lee Stuart Jr For you Fine Fellows who think I'm crazy and want to understand why I believe I Am The Chosen One, The Beast, The Anti-Christ, etc., Read ON: Dealey was a 33rd degree Freemason and the street plan of Dealey Plaza where Kennedy(a 4th Degree Knight of Columbus) was killed is shaped like a pyramid with the capstone missing and Dealey actually means ‘Goddess Line’ as in Dea (goddess) and ley (ley line). The pyramid with the capstone missing, or the pyramid and all seeing eye, is most famously depicted on the reverse of the Great Seal of the United States and the dollar bill. The all seeing eye is the eye of Horus, Lucifer, Satan, whatever name you want to use, and also relates to the so-called ‘third eye’, the chakra vortex in the centre of the forehead through which we connect with our psychic sight. According to Egyptian legend, Osiris was murdered by Set and Set was killed by Horus who lost an eye in the process, hence the Eye of Horus. The 33rd degree ...
It's been 50 years since the Kennedy assassination! Did Lee Harvey Oswald act alone or was there more than one shooter that particular day in Dealey Plaza?
My infamous stage move has been named "the baby dropper" by Bryan of Dealey Plaza.
WHAT was o doing in Dealey Plaza on a grassy knoll in 1963?... was that a toy gun?... was he really 2 years old?...
3 documentaries down on JFK and we're still just two weeks away from the 50th anniversary, and yes I will be at Dealey Plaza on 11/22
Have u ever been to Dealey Plaza? Just curious. Its crazy small n makes a lasting imprint on your psyche.
We'll do some investigating in Dealey Plaza.
Available in book form at Amazon.com from $2.61 to about $6 This has been in print since the 70's and is studiously ignored by the "lame stream Media" - and the people who call it that! O'Reilly has a book out blaming Oswald, I don't know whether he is complicit or willfully ignorant. Not my call - God will sort 'em out...read the real Truth! Dallas, Texas Mid-afternoon September, 1964 On August 2, 1964: Hugh McDonald, Chief of Detectives of the County of Los Angeles Sheriffs Department, accepted responsibility for the life and safety of Senator Barry Goldwater of Arizona. Although not a Republican , McDonald was appointed head of security for the duration of Senator Goldwater’s Presidential campaign against Lyndon Johnson. McDonald was then 51 years old. Although he looked like a cop, with his straight back, broad shoulders, and piercing blue eyes in a craggy Scotch-Irish face , he was, in fact, highly unusual within the realm of his metier. Indeed, he was somewhat of a Renaissance man, master of many ...
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