I went with a film crew on a scouting tour of locations in the Dallas area relevant to the JFK assassination back in 2013. At the time it was for a film, DALLAS IN WONDERLAND, which is still technically in pre-production, and a documentary, KING KILL 63, which is still technically in post-production even though it premiered last year. Welcome to Hollywood. Anyway, the photos are good.
The jail where Lee Harvey Oswald was held and then shot to death by Jack Ruby is no longer in use, except for the interiors of numerous films and television shows. It was used in the original Robocop by Paul Verhoeven and more recently for a Fox show called Prison Break.
RUTH PAINE'S GARAGE
This has since become a museum, but when we arrived it was still being revitalized and rebuilt. We got some good photos of the interior. This was of course the famous home of Ruth and Michael Paine, the "best friends" of the Oswalds who more or less adopted Marina while Lee stayed in Dallas.
More pics coming soon.
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