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John F. Kennedy's Presidential Limousine
John F. Kennedy's Presidential Limousine

Origin

John F. Kennedy's Assassination

Type

Vehicle

Effects

Directs bullets fired at the vehicle to hit passengers riding in it

Downsides

Effects

Activation

Sitting in

Section

Ford-1908

Aisle

990-1150

Shelf

Floor display

[Source]


OriginEdit

On November 22th, 1963 in Dealey Plaza, Dallas, Texas President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated, shot by Lee Harvey Oswald. There are countless theories on how Oswald made the fatal shot and the Warehouse has several artifacts that elude to one theory or another and the presidential limousine is another one. From Houston Street, the presidential limousine made the planned left turn onto Elm Street, allowing it access to the Stemmons Freeway exit. As it turned on Elm, the motorcade passed the Texas School Book Depository. Shots were fired at President Kennedy, who was in the back where he could wave to the crowds, as they continued down Elm Street.

EffectsEdit

Directs bullets fired at the vehicle to hit passengers riding in it.

CollectionEdit

Agents have tested with a dummy in the front seat and in the back then firing a pistol a short distance from the car, a foot away into the front seat and a few different places including shooting out the tires. All the accounted bullets ended up in the back seat dummy.

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