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LHO drove a car in Wisconsin and Texas?


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According to Bill Kelly's recent post #9 in the thread regarding the finding of Ferrie's 1947 airplane, LHO was identified (by whom?) as the driver of a car in one of the two "Wisconsin incidents" and in the "Texas radio station incident," as well. I've never heard of any of these "incidents." Would someone please enlighten me and/or refer me to the appropriate sources of information?

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--Thomas

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According to Bill Kelly's recent post #9 in the thread regarding the finding of Ferrie's 1947 airplane, LHO was identified (by whom?) as the driver of a car in one of the two "Wisconsin incidents" and in the "Texas radio station incident," as well. I've never heard of any of these "incidents." Would someone please enlighten me and/or refer me to the appropriate sources of information?

Thanks,

--Thomas

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Hi Thom,

William Weston probably has done more research on these incidents than anyone else, published in Third/Fouth Decade.

The Wisconsin incident involves Oswald leaving Marina and a baby in a parked car while he went off somewhere. He purchases a radio for her to listen to at an electronics store.

A similar incident of Oswald and Marina and a baby stop by a Texas radio station.

If someone has the articles I too would like more details.

I think Weston is a member of this forum. \

Maybe Rex will post the issues with the articles.

BK

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According to Bill Kelly's recent post #9 in the thread regarding the finding of Ferrie's 1947 airplane, LHO was identified (by whom?) as the driver of a car in one of the two "Wisconsin incidents" and in the "Texas radio station incident," as well. I've never heard of any of these "incidents." Would someone please enlighten me and/or refer me to the appropriate sources of information?

Thanks,

--Thomas

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Hi Thom,

William Weston probably has done more research on these incidents than anyone else, published in Third/Fourth Decade.

The Wisconsin incident involves Oswald leaving Marina and a baby in a parked car while he went off somewhere. He purchases a radio for her to listen to at an electronics store.

A similar incident of Oswald and Marina and a baby stop by a Texas radio station.

If someone has the articles I too would like more details.

I think Weston is a member of this forum.

BK

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Hi Bill,

Fascinating stuff. I'd certainly like to learn more...

Thanks,

--Thomas

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According to Bill Kelly's recent post #9 in the thread regarding the finding of Ferrie's 1947 airplane, LHO was identified (by whom?) as the driver of a car in one of the two "Wisconsin incidents" and in the "Texas radio station incident," as well. I've never heard of any of these "incidents." Would someone please enlighten me and/or refer me to the appropriate sources of information?

Thanks,

--Thomas

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Hi Thom,

William Weston probably has done more research on these incidents than anyone else, published in Third/Fourth Decade.

The Wisconsin incident involves Oswald leaving Marina and a baby in a parked car while he went off somewhere. He purchases a radio for her to listen to at an electronics store.

A similar incident of Oswald and Marina and a baby stop by a Texas radio station.

If someone has the articles I too would like more details.

I think Weston is a member of this forum.

BK

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Hi Bill,

Fascinating stuff. I'd certainly like to learn more...

Thanks,

--Thomas

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Hi,

I recall hearing/seeing that one or more of the Clinton LA witnesses claimed that Lee Oswald drove a car to some of the locations in Lousiana where he was spotted. I vaguely remember a testimony where one witness said that he left his wife and a young child in the car while he inquired about work opportunities in the area.

This material was in one of the early episodes of The Men Who Killed Kennedy, Nigel Turner, if I'm not mistaken.

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One of the Wisconsin incidents revolved around local authorities finding what appeared to be Oswald's signature on the registry (September 16) of a restaurant in Hubertus, Wisconsin.

Interest followed after the news that several Dallas deputy constables had found notes and papers that linked Lee Oswald with Jack Ruby. Billy J. Preston and Robie Love gave the material to Henry Wade who later claimed he could not remember receiving the papers.

Preston, Ben Cash and Mike Callahan claimed to have examined the contents and part of it regarded an assasination attempt against JFK in Wisconsin at the dedication of a lake or dam.

Preston got the papers from the apartment of a woman in Dallas a couple of weeks after the assassination. The woman was named 'Mary' and she was hiding them for her Latin American boyfriend.

Oswald driving in Dallas was reported by two woman at a furniture store. A Mrs. Whitmore and a Mrs. Hunter.

FWIW.

James

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Thomas,

Thanks to Rex Bradford, it seems that the Third/Fourth Decade artiles are on line at Mary Ferrell site.

The KOPY Alice, Texas article by WW is in #24 0 Vol. 4 #6; the Nicolet Hotel Barber Shop story is in #15, Vol. 3 #3 and I haven't found the radio shop story yet, but it's in there somewhere.

WW on Furniture Mart is in #2 - Vol. 1 #2.

BK

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Thomas,

Thanks to Rex Bradford, it seems that the Third/Fourth Decade artiles are on line at Mary Ferrell site.

The KOPY Alice, Texas article by WW is in #24 0 Vol. 4 #6; the Nicolet Hotel Barber Shop story is in #15, Vol. 3 #3 and I haven't found the radio shop story yet, but it's in there somewhere.

WW on Furniture Mart is in #2 - Vol. 1 #2.

BK

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William,

Great stuff! Thanks...

--Thomas

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