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New review: View from the Sixth Floor by Elizabeth Horton-Newton

By Ekta R. Garg

August 19, 2015

Genre: Mystery

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A woman fascinated with the assassination of John F. Kennedy visits Dallas for the 50th anniversary of his death. 514 more words

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Entry 482: Romancing the (Head)stone

Two years ago I wrote about the newest (and possibly the only) tourist attraction in Irving, TX–the nondescript home in which Lee Harvey Oswald slept the night before he may or may not have killed President Kennedy. 1,123 more words

THE DALLAS ACTION~PT.65: August 14, 2015

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This week, we’re going to start with a 1952 murder for hire in Texas. A murder that the Torbitt Document claims is connected to the that of John Kennedy, and follow it through Dallas to 1979, to an incident that suggests that the Echoes of The Guns Of Dallas still reverberate down the halls of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. 40 more words

Oswald’s Gravestone Returns To North Texas, “Where it belongs”

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DALLAS (CBS11 I-TEAM) – The gravestone belonging to one of the most notorious killers in history has been returned to North Texas. 525 more words

News

Brendan Brady as Lee Harvey Oswald

From Wikipedia:

In the days before Kennedy’s arrival, several newspapers described the route of the presidential motorcade as passing the Book Depository. On November 21 (a Thursday) Oswald asked Frazier (a friend ) for an unusual mid-week lift back to Irving, saying he had to pick up some curtain rods.

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Meet The Cast

Lee Harvey Oswald: Communist Hero

Lee Harvey Oswald was born in a New Orleans slum in October of 1939. His father died when he was young, and his mother struggled raising and tending her children, as well as coping with her own personal demons. 486 more words

Dateline: Dallas

By Michael Granberry

DALLAS — It happened again just a few months ago. My wife took me to a play, a world premiere about the stripper, Candy Barr, titled “Candy Barr’s Last Dance.” Candy casually knew Jack Ruby, who owned the Carousel Club on Commerce Street. 939 more words

Voices Of August