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Final Days of Kennedy

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Final Days of Kennedy

The "Final Days of President Kennedy" is a Dallas/Fort Worth Texas area tour featuring a combination of audio recordings, photos, maps and detailed information – all of which provides a historically accurate representation of the events and people associated with the assassination of President John F Kennedy on Nov 22, 1963.

This is a self-guided, self-paced, and self-directed walking and driving tour that shows the exact locations on a map where the historic events occurred. The sites include:

Dealey Plaza where President John F Kennedy was assassinated
The Grassy Knoll, the location of a possible second gunman
Monuments to President Kennedy in Dallas and Fort Worth
The Hotel Texas where President Kennedy gave his last two speeches
Lee Harvey Oswald’s grave
Dallas Love Field where the President and First Lady landed
The Dallas and Fort Worth Presidential Motorcade routes
Lee Harvey Oswald’s escape route
The Texas School Book Depository containing the sniper’s nest
J.D. Tippit’s grave, the police officer murdered by Lee Harvey Oswald
Dallas City Hall where Jack Ruby shot Lee Harvey Oswald
Lee Harvey Oswald’s former residences
The Texas Theatre where Lee Harvey Oswald was captured
Parkland Memorial Hospital where Kennedy, Oswald and Ruby died
And many more…

Short biographies are also included for:

President John F Kennedy
First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy
President Kennedy’s assassin Lee Harvey Oswald
Lee Harvey Oswald’s killer Jack Ruby
Vice President Lyndon Johnson
Lee Harvey Oswald’s murder victim Officer J.D. Tippit
Texas Governor John Connally

The locations and biographies have recent and historic photographs as well as detailed and interesting audio recordings. This is by far the most complete Kennedy assassination tour available anywhere.

Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. We advise you to quit the app when finished.
Darren Eggebrecht