Who Was On The Grassy Knoll
Who was on the Grassy Knoll?
John F. Kennedy‘s limousine was passing a grassy knoll on the north side of Elm Street at the moment of the fatal head shot. As the motorcade left Dealey Plaza, police officers and spectators ran up the grassy knoll to the area behind a five-foot high stockade fence atop the grassy knoll. No sniper was found.
But, Who was on the Grassy Knoll?
North of Elm Street is a concrete structure called the Pergola. About one hundred feet long, the rounded concrete trellis has a semi-enclosed back and top with a latticework of gaping rectangles. The Pergola sits atop a sloping hill known as the Grassy Knoll. Many conspiracy experts theorize that shots were also fired from the Grassy Knoll or from behind the stockade fence.
In daring new novel DESTINATION DEALEY: Countdown to the Kennedy Conspiracy, the clock ticks down as the tension mounts up, propelling the characters on a non-stop thrill-ride to an inescapable destination: Dealey Plaza in Dallas. The site of JFK’s brutal assassination back in 1963, the park has remained virtually the same over the past fifty years.
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