Lee Harvey Oswald
From the mug shots police took of Lee Harvey Oswald to the homicide report for the president he was accused of killing, a collection of rarely seen artifacts related to the assassination of John F. Kennedy has gone on display at Dallas City Hall.
Many items that make up the searing images from the assassination of President John F. Kennedy are available for public viewing 50 years later, in cities all over the country.
As the anniversary of the John F. Kennedy assassination looms, the City of Irving is making a museum out of the home where Marina and Lee Harvey Oswald spent their final night together.
About 45 minutes after President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in downtown Dallas, Officer J.D. Tippit was on patrol in Oak Cliff. He slowed down as he saw a man who met the vague description of the shooting suspect walking down the street.
About 45 minutes after President Kennedy died from a sniper’s bullets in Dallas, Officer J.D. Tippit saw a man walking down a street in a nearby Oak Cliff neighborhood.
Lee Harvey Oswald’s gold wedding band has sold at auction for $118,000.
On the morning of Nov. 22, 1963, Lee Harvey Oswald left his wedding ring in a cup on the dresser and left $170 in one of its drawers before he headed for work at the Texas School Book Depository.
Fifty years after JFK’s assassination, Irving is opening a house it hopes will tell a part of the story many people don’t know; where Marina and Lee Harvey Oswald spent their last night together.
Actor Will Rothhaar, whom you’ve seen on the big screen in “Battle Los Angeles” and on TV’s “Last Resort”, is starring in a project with historic ties to the Dallas area.
Five decades after President John F. Kennedy was fatally shot and long after official inquiries ended, thousands of pages of investigative documents remain withheld from public view.
A lot of visitors wander the Rose Hill cemetery looking for a single, flat grave marker. They’re not mourners. They are sightseers, tour guides and conspiracy theorists.
The ever-disputed investigation into the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas is getting a fresh look in a new book to be released later this year.