In November of 2012, we traveled to Dallas, Texas, and spent a few days in Dealey Plaza. While at the plaza, we ran into a gentleman that was there on November 22, 1963, and he gave us an interview right there from behind the picket fence.
When you walk into Dealey Plaza, it is like walking back in time to November of 1963. Maybe it was in our mind after seeing these images over and over again either through videos or from pictures within books and blog posts that talk about the assassination. One thing that you should note, there is no shortage of people hanging around the plaza that are willing to tell you the story and their version of the history that took place on that fateful day.
For those who don't know, Dealey Plaza is located in Dallas Texas, and it is the location with President John F. Kennedy was shot while driving in a motorcade through the city on his way to the Trade Mart. There are those who don't accept the findings of the Warren Commission and Lee Harvey Oswald being the lone gunman. They believe that there were shots fired from behind the picket fence that sits on top of the grassy knoll in the plaza.
The following interview was recorded right there, behind the picket fence, on top of the grassy knoll, in Dealey Plaza. This interview was recorded November 2, 2012.
The following are some more photos from the weekend that we were there. We also have a couple other blog posts that are related to Dealey Plaza as well if you would like to check them out. (Links to the following will be placed back into this page once we are fully converted over to the new site)
Recreating the Zapruder Film
A Few Days in Dealey Plaza