The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza is a must-see in Dallas. In November 1963, three bullets fired from the sixth floor of this building ended the life of John F. Kennedy (JFK), once America's youngest and most popular president, who reigned for more than three years and left behind a legacy of legends and mysteries. Many legends and mysteries surround JFK's assassination;
The Sixth Floor Museum has become a good place for many people to remember the "handsome president." The events are clear: Figures 6 and 7 show the window from which the bullets were fired and the flight path of the bullets.Still, the cause of President Kennedy's assassination and the mystery surrounding it are subjects of many scripts and controversies.
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