posted on Aug, 16 2006 @ 12:37 AM
So, here I am stranded in Ft. Worth for three weeks. So, I decide to drive over the the School Book Depository, where Oswald shot Kennedy. There is
now a museum there creatively named "The Sixth Floor Museum."
All I wanted to do was take a picture from the window where Oswald took his shots. First, the window was blocked off, but the window next to it was
really just as good.
The thing is this, though, you're not allowed to take pictures in the building at all. You have to check all cell phones, camera, and video cameras
at the front before entering the museum. COMPLETE BULL.
I see no good reason for it either; they don't even sell picture of that view.
Anyhow, the museum is nothing but a collection of pictures, videos, and mostily writing that anyone who had grown up in America has seen in school, on
TV, et cetera.
It was worth while to be able to look down from the window and see the spot where the President was killed. At both ofthe points where Kennedy was
struck, there is a white 'X' painted on the street.
On TV they always make the shot that Oswald took seem difficult or almost impossible. Standing there, looking down at the spot, it's a very easy shot
for a slow moving target. I think that I probably could have made the shot myself.
Long story short, I used to believe that both Kennedy murders were a linked conspiracy. Having seen the shot and read up on my physics: Oswald did it.
One an interesting note, nearly all of the cars driving on the three lane street below swirved to avoid the two white X's. Some even stopped
completely and waited for cars to pass when it was impossible for them to swirve due to traffic.
Mod edit/removed profanity
[edit on 16-8-2006 by masqua]