Philadelphia exhibit puts visitors in JFK’s limousine seat

As commemorations of the 50th anniversary of JFK’s assassination go, this exhibit at Philadelphia University is one of the most vivid and unsettling.

From Newsworks:

“Visitors to the ‘Assassination Room’ can sit where JFK sat that fateful day in Dallas and, with the help of live-motion capture imagery, picture themselves being in the crosshairs of Lee Harvey Oswald’s rifle in the moments before he made history.”

 

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