Monday, January 14, 2013
Oswald's hideout gets razed
It's surprising to me that after all these decades, the one-time home of alleged-JFK assassin Lee Harvey Oswald was torn down today. (You can read about it here.) Surprising that no one was able to acquire and possibly renovate or restore the building. Surprsing that such a dismal fate took so long. Some may argue that the building had no historical significance, especially when compared to the Texas School Book Depository building, where Oswald (allegedly) fired the deadly shots from. For those who still believe Oswald was part of a conspiracy, or that he didn't act alone, it's a news item that stirs up wonder all over again. Speaking of Kennedys and conspiracies, check out my book, O! Jackie, for a surprising take on who really killed Marilyn Monroe.