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posted on Jul, 10 2015 @ 03:52 PM
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Not really sure where to put this but.

while browsing around goodwill.

I happend to find these and for a small price i purchased them.

It was almost surreal to be holding these in my hand . being born in 83 and having grown up with my mother telling me about that tragic day in history. I could only in my head imagine the events of that day . Now here I sit reading these papers and I can now feel what my mother felt on that day.

I thought i would just share this with you all.

Does anyone else own papers like these ?

Kap.




posted on Jul, 10 2015 @ 03:58 PM
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originally posted by: Kapusta


Not really sure where to put this but.

while browsing around goodwill.

I happend to find these and for a small price i purchased them.

It was almost surreal to be holding these in my hand . being born in 83 and having grown up with my mother telling me about that tragic day in history. I could only in my head imagine the events of that day . Now here I sit reading these papers and I can now feel what my mother felt on that day.

I thought i would just share this with you all.

Does anyone else own papers like these ?

Kap.



Yep, Found an old local newspaper for VE day 1945.



posted on Jul, 10 2015 @ 06:10 PM
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I was born before his assassination.

My first memory of a conspiracy theory was when friends from another state came to visit us and they believed that JFK was not killed in Dallas that day, but faked his own death.
My father actually drove them down to Arlington National Cemetery to see JFK'S grave.
They were not convinced.



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