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IT’S BEEN 47 YEARS SINCE DEALEY PLAZA…AND WE STILL LONG FOR CLOSURE

Published 05/17/2010

By: Chuck Helppie

The news of John F. Kennedy’s assassination was so shocking, so unexpected that it generated a gasp heard ‘round the world.

People simply stopped breathing for a second. If you lived through it, you know what I mean. If you didn’t, ask your parents or grandparents.

They will tell you precisely what they were doing and how they felt when they heard the news.

The overwhelming quest for closure continues to this day. We are still searching for answers. Over two million visitors – from all over the world –

make a solemn pilgrimage to the grassy knoll in Dealey Plaza each year. Most come to see what they have only read about or seen on film.

Others come because they feel it is sacred ground....

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Author's historical novel: http://www.kennedymustbekilled.com/

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IT'S BEEN 47 YEARS SINCE DEALEY PLAZA…AND WE STILL LONG FOR CLOSURE

Published 05/17/2010

By: Chuck Helppie

The news of John F. Kennedy's assassination was so shocking, so unexpected that it generated a gasp heard 'round the world.

People simply stopped breathing for a second. If you lived through it, you know what I mean. If you didn't, ask your parents or grandparents.

They will tell you precisely what they were doing and how they felt when they heard the news.

The overwhelming quest for closure continues to this day. We are still searching for answers. Over two million visitors – from all over the world –

make a solemn pilgrimage to the grassy knoll in Dealey Plaza each year. Most come to see what they have only read about or seen on film.

Others come because they feel it is sacred ground....

Full article:

Author's historical novel: http://www.kennedymustbekilled.com/

Yeah, but you'll never know what it was like. In another few decades all that will be left are secondhand descriptions.

Edited by John Dolva
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