Tag Archive for Texas School Book Depository

Oswald: ‘I work in that building’

OSWALD: “I work in that building…” from Vimeo.

(H/T Jean)

What ‘A Coup in Camelot’ gets wrong–and right

In a closely-argued essay, Martin Hay criticizes the recent documentary, A Coup in Camelot, but also gives credit where credit is due.

A Coup in Camelot demonstrates, through the pioneering research of former investigative reporter Barry Ernest, that in all likelihood Oswald was where he claimed to be when the shots were fired; on the first floor of the building eating lunch.

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About that fingerprint supposedly found in the Book Depository 

ICYMI:  In a new look at LBJ, Joan Mellen debunks the Mac Wallace myth.

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A technical investigation into the first shot fired in JFK’s assassination 

Max Holland has a theory that the first shot first at President Kennedy came from the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository, grazed the arm of a street sign, and missed the limousine altogether. Read more

Lee Harvey Oswald’s application to work at the Texas School Book Depository

Take a look. See anything suspicious?

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In JFK lore, who is ‘Prayer Man’?

A man captured n the proverbial shadows of Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963. But he was not Lee Oswald, said the late Gary Mack. Bill Kelly explains.

Motorcade witness: Malcolm Kilduff on announcing the death of JFK

Malcom Kilduff was the man who made the official announcement to the world that President Kennedy had been assassinated in Dallas,Texas. Read more

Radio reporter to talk about his Oswald encounter

“Former WFAA-Radio Program Director Pierce Allman had no assignment to cover President John F. Kennedy’s visit to Dallas on November 22, 1963. At the last minute, Allman decided to walk to nearby Dealey Plaza to see the presidential motorcade. Read more