|Shooter's view from the 6th floor window|
Looking at this view from the 6th floor window was bone-chilling. You could see how easy it was to make a shot, even for a moderate marksman. I always thought it was a lot further away, but it's pretty close.
|Oswald's window is on the 6th floor|
(the square one on the right)
|View from street level of a car driving through the spot where JFK was shot|
The museum does a good job describing the investigation and various dissenting views to the theory that Oswald acted alone. If you look to the right of the photo above, you can see the grassy knoll - the spot where many believe some of the shots came from. We went up there to take a look, and it's clear that an assassin would have an easy shot from there.
We both came away from the museum believing that Oswald acted alone, although there will always be that sliver of doubt. The museum was fascinating on many levels - it invoked in us many memories of the 1960's, described the facts of the investigation and brought back the feelings of a nation in mourning. We highly recommend a visit.