These are some rarely seen evidentiary photos from President John F. Kennedy’s assassination.
The Warren Commission concluded that this bullet inflicted seven wounds and hit two men – President Kennedy and Governor Connally.
This is the .38 Caliber Revolver that the Warren Commission concluded was used by Lee Harvey Oswald to shoot Dallas policeman J.D. Tippit.
This back brace and these bandages were worn by President John F. Kennedy on the day of his assassination. The brace held President Kennedy in an upright position after the first shot was fired and it is believed by some that it prevented him from slumping down in his seat and left him a perfect target for the fatal head shot.
This tie was worn by President John F. Kennedy on the day of his assassination.
A bullet hole can be seen in the jacket worn by JFK on November 22, 1963.
This camera was used by Abraham Zapruder to film the motorcade on November 22, 1963. His 26 second film has become one of the most important pieces of evidence in the JFK assassination.
This is the wallet and some of its contents found on Lee Harvey Oswald after he was arrested.
President John F. Kennedy’s bloodied shirt was ripped apart in the ER after he was shot on November 22, 1963.
These boxes were found on the 6th floor of the Texas School Book Depository and were used as the sniper’s perch.
The Warren Commission concluded that this Italian WWII surplus rifle was used to kill President John F. Kennedy. Oswald purchased the rifle from Klein’s Sporting Goods for $19.99.