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Tuesday, November 22nd Events

Eyewitnesses and JFK Assassination

Time: 7:00 PM
Place: Brooks Memorial Library, Brattleboro, VT (about 19 miles from Keene)
Price: Free
Ages: Older crowd

Please join BUHS Social Studies teacher Bill Holiday on Tuesday, November 22, at 7 PM, as he takes you though some eyewitnesses testimonies that give credibility to 'conspiracy theories' and others who feel that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone. Through the last two decades Holiday has compiled vast audio and video resources from his interviews with a variety of eyewitnesses including: Dr. Ronald Jones of Parkland Hospital who was a part of efforts to save President Kennedy and Oswald. 

-Dr. Robert McClelland of Parkland Hospital who tried to save President Kennedy.
-Aubrey Rike of the O'Neill Funeral Home whose ambulance carryied JFK's body.
-Linda Willis who was in Dealey Plaza and witnessed the assassination.
-Beverly Oliver, the 'Babushka Lady' who was in the plaza on Nov. 22, 1963.
-James Tague, a salesman in the plaza who was hit by cement fragments from a stray bullet.
-Secret Service Agent Clint Hill who was assigned to protect Mrs. Kennedy in the motorcade.
-Detective Jaim Leavelle who was handcuffed to Oswald in the Dallas City Police station at the time Oswald was murdered. 
-Ed Hoffman who witnessed events at the 'grassy knoll' from outside the plaza. 
-Paul O'Connor, navy enlisted man who participated in the autopsy of President Kennedy. -John Brewer who was among the last to see Oswald before Oswald's arrest at the Texas Thrater in Oak Cliff.

The event is free and open to the public 

What's special about today?
John F. Kennedy assassinated, 1963
Mount St. Helens in Washington state erupted. Ash fallout reached as far as 48 mi away, 1842
Abigail Adams birthday, 1744

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