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    Peteybob35 is offline Junior Twelever Bronze Peteybob35 is an unknown quantity at this point
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    Another thing I thought was a confirmation was that JFK was assassinated in 1963 and this is all on p.63, The memorial is open to the public all the time, the shape of the block, up the block, page with the blocks,

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    Maybe you need to go "up a block" from the memorial?, heading SE?

    Could it just be a matter of reading differently? Your clues sounded great...I can see why you are there!

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    did you try to find the trees hole to the southeast of the memorial? any streets named fitzgerald nearby?

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    Just a thought...at this point you have nothing to lose, go to the library. Take your info and apply to a search within the library. You have specifics that you could look up. If I'm wrong forgive me and if I'm right (it would be a first ) you might find a token and we'd all be thrilled for you!

    Good Luck!
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    Had you been to Dealy Plaza before Peteybob ??

    That, alone, is one profound experience, is it not ??

    I remember when I was there in '94, there were still hawkers proselytizing their literature, newspapers, in the structure on the grassy knoll. I remember looking up at the Texas Book Depository, and thought about what I was doing that day when I heard the news.

    I walked across the parkway to the lampost that was in many of the photographs; a stunning experience, one which still gives me chills.

    I do wish, for your sake, your trip had been fruitful. However, I am sure it was a great run!
    "When you created the book, you also created us."

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