“I’m going to park behind the School Book Depository. That’s where Lee Harvey Oswald was when he shot President Kennedy. We can see the window where a reporter saw Oswald’s rifle from Dealey Plaza across the street. The grassy knoll is right beside the building. Dealey Plaza is called the birthplace of Dallas because the first house in town was built there. Now it’s a gorgeous city park in the middle of the hustle and bustle of downtown.”
They were downtown and parked in less than 20 minutes. They crossed Elm Street to stand in Dealey Plaza and gaze solemnly at the infamous window on the sixth floor of the famous Book Depository. Even though they’d been young, each girl remembered exactly where she was when she heard the news of President Kennedy’s assassination.
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