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    Lee Harvey Oswald - Warning: Dead Pics!

    Found these pretty gorey photos of Lee Harvey Oswald taken in the county morgue shortly after he was murdered by Jack Ruby.
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    Lee Harvey Oswald

    Some more photos of Lee Harvey Oswald in the County Morgue
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    And finally the last of the morgue photos of Lee Harvey Oswald
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    There's a picture or two floating around of Lee Harvey's head after they exhumed his body after many, many years in the grave.
    It apparently disconnected from the rest of his body at some point. I believe the grave was damaged by water or something like that. I am sure there's a hag around here who knows what I'm talking about.
    Lee boy's head looked like a rotting/blackened coconut.

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    Those are some interesting pics...Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks for sharing!

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    The first set of photos look like they were taken at the funeral home just prior to his burial. I don't know who handled the preparations but I assume it was the folks at Rose Hill, since the body is buried there.
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    I've lived in Ft. Worth for over 9 years now and I've intended to go over to Rose Hill and see his grave, but I've never gotten around to it.
    There was a newspaper, or magazine article that I read as a child that said he was "Over Embalmed" almost to the point of mummification so that if someone 100 years from 1963 wanted to dig him up to see what President Kennedy's assassin looked like they would be able to see him.
    In reality he was buried in a cheap "Moleskin" covered coffin and the vault had filled with water and when the coffin was raised the bottom fell out of it and he was nothing but bones.
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    The folks at Shannon Rose Hill will not tell you where the body is buried because of privacy issues. However, if you google his grave you will be able to see directions on the Internet. I did it the old-fashioned way years ago, I walked around the cemetery for three hours until I located it.
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    Fascinating! Ive never seen these before. Thanks for posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam View Post
    I've lived in Ft. Worth for over 9 years now and I've intended to go over to Rose Hill and see his grave, but I've never gotten around to it.
    There was a newspaper, or magazine article that I read as a child that said he was "Over Embalmed" almost to the point of mummification so that if someone 100 years from 1963 wanted to dig him up to see what President Kennedy's assassin looked like they would be able to see him.
    In reality he was buried in a cheap "Moleskin" covered coffin and the vault had filled with water and when the coffin was raised the bottom fell out of it and he was nothing but bones.
    If you do get around to going over, be sure to post a pic for the hags thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam View Post
    I've lived in Ft. Worth for over 9 years now and I've intended to go over to Rose Hill and see his grave, but I've never gotten around to it.
    There was a newspaper, or magazine article that I read as a child that said he was "Over Embalmed" almost to the point of mummification so that if someone 100 years from 1963 wanted to dig him up to see what President Kennedy's assassin looked like they would be able to see him.
    In reality he was buried in a cheap "Moleskin" covered coffin and the vault had filled with water and when the coffin was raised the bottom fell out of it and he was nothing but bones.
    I remember reading something like this. Wasn't there a problem finding not only a cemetary that would take him, but also a mortuary to embalm him?

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    The pictures were great, thanks!

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    If I ever get over there I will post a photo.
    I'm sure thery had a hard time finding someone to bury him, he was hated so much.
    I used to work with a lady who owned a beauty shop in Dallas and she would do Marina Oswald's hair for free because she felt sorry for her and she had no money.

    I just found this regarding his exumation in 1981.
    A couple of ooogy pictures;

    http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/parnell/xindex.htm

    http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/parnell/lhox1.htm

    You know there's a LOT of spectulation that someone else and NOT Oswald burried in that grave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam View Post
    If I ever get over there I will post a photo.
    I'm sure thery had a hard time finding someone to bury him, he was hated so much.
    I used to work with a lady who owned a beauty shop in Dallas and she would do Marina Oswald's hair for free because she felt sorry for her and she had no money.

    I just found this regarding his exumation in 1981.
    A couple of ooogy pictures;

    http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/parnell/xindex.htm

    http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/parnell/lhox1.htm

    You know there's a LOT of spectulation that someone else and NOT Oswald burried in that grave.
    That's so sweet! (That someone would do her hair for free, not the pictures although the pictures are quite interesting)
    I remember reading several years ago that there were quite a few generous people in the Dallas area who helped Marina out with everything from little services here and there from hair, to dry cleaning, to helping her out with her english. I saw a movie about her once and it broke my heart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LemonPopsicle View Post
    That's so sweet! (That someone would do her hair for free, not the pictures although the pictures are quite interesting)
    I remember reading several years ago that there were quite a few generous people in the Dallas area who helped Marina out with everything from little services here and there from hair, to dry cleaning, to helping her out with her english. I saw a movie about her once and it broke my heart.

    Kay always said Marina was very sweet and appreciative, she worked in a 7-11 or something like that and was just trying to raise her two little girls.

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    Thank's for sharing the pictures. I can't belive I have never seen them before!I wanna see the one Tug is talking about too!

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    Another Oswald photo

    Hi Everyone,

    Here is another photo of Oswald on the slab. Quite Graphic.

    Love the stitches
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    Eeeewww!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by morticom View Post
    Found these pretty gorey photos of Lee Harvey Oswald taken in the county morgue shortly after he was murdered by Jack Ruby.

    he doesnt look well.

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    Oswalds Exumed Head and close up of his teeth

    Hi Everyone,

    Here are a couple of more pics of Lee Harvey Oswald.

    It shows his decomposed head and a close of his teeth after he was exhumed in the 80's.

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    Oswald - Photographic Proof he was innocent?

    Hi everyone,

    I dug up this conspiracy photo which may actually show Oswald standing in a doorway watching the president driving by before any shots took place.

    The person standing in the doorway bears a striking resemblance to Oswald.

    Could it really be him.

    Tel me what you all think! Eerie!
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    For those who live close to Dallas, the Dallas Historical Society offers an Lee Harvey Oswald tour every November. They take you by all the spots involved in the JFK assination as it relates to Oswald. I went last year. The guy who gives the tour has his own conclusions about what happened. This guy has made history a cottage industry. He also owns the Bonnie/Clyde Ambush Museum in Gibsland, Louisiana.

    His business phone # is also the phone number that Jack Ruby had for years back in the 1960's.

    It was worth the $45 I paid, which included lunch. An interesting way to spend the afternoon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazedfemale View Post
    For those who live close to Dallas, the Dallas Historical Society offers an Lee Harvey Oswald tour every November. They take you by all the spots involved in the JFK assignation as it relates to Oswald. I went last year. The guy who gives the tour has his own conclusions about what happened. This guy has made history a cottage industry. He also owns the Bonnie/Clyde Ambush Museum in Island, Louisiana.

    His business phone # is also the phone number that Jack Ruby had for years back in the W's.

    It was worth the $45 I paid, which included lunch. An interesting way to spend the afternoon.

    I'd LOVE to go on that tour!
    Does he have it on Sunday?
    I used to work on Marseilles St. just off Jefferson St.
    That's where the "Texas Theater" is and just down from 10th and Patton where LHO was supposed to have shot officer Tibbits.
    I used to drive by those places often and I was there when Oliver Stone filmed "JFK".
    I couldn't believe how transformed Jefferson St. around the theater right down to the price of the socks in the shoe store window back to 1963, and I actually got to watch the re creation of the JFK assassination from the sixth floor of the "School Book Depository". It was eerie, just like going back into the past!

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    Quote Originally Posted by morticom View Post
    Hi everyone,

    I dug up this conspiracy photo which may actually show Oswald standing in a doorway watching the president driving by before any shots took place.

    The person standing in the doorway bears a striking resemblance to Oswald.

    Could it really be him.

    Tel me what you all think! Eerie!



    THAT really does look like Oswald!!! OMG!

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    I grabbed this link off one of the sites someone already posted...

    It's a transcript of a TV interview with the medical examiner who claims that the body they exhumed did not have the same head he buried it with...

    Interesting stuff.

    http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/parnell/igs.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boxofpandoraz View Post
    I grabbed this link off one of the sites someone already posted...

    It's a transcript of a TV interview with the medical examiner who claims that the body they exhumed did not have the same head he buried it with...

    Interesting stuff.

    http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/parnell/igs.htm
    Hmm...someone in the world out there must have been grave digging...
    Didn't know that was a thing...

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    I guess they wanted to prove that Oswald is really not dead or burried in the grave.? If that is Oswald in the picture how did he get to the building so fast in time to shoot Kennedy? It looks like him tho,but the pics of him at the funeral home don't look like him at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam View Post
    If I ever get over there I will post a photo.
    I'm sure thery had a hard time finding someone to bury him, he was hated so much.
    I used to work with a lady who owned a beauty shop in Dallas and she would do Marina Oswald's hair for free because she felt sorry for her and she had no money.

    I just found this regarding his exumation in 1981.
    A couple of ooogy pictures;

    http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/parnell/xindex.htm

    http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/parnell/lhox1.htm

    You know there's a LOT of spectulation that someone else and NOT Oswald burried in that grave.
    DIdn't she remarry and have the kids last name changed? Poor kids.

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    Ok, dumb question time...
    Since Oswald lived in Dallas at the time of the shooting, why was he buried in Ft.Worth? Sorry not born when it all went down.

    My husband's father is a drummer by trade and he won't talk about it much, but since we've been married 20 years, he guessed he could trust me, but in the 60's when work ran out, he would work at Jack Ruby's club under a different name. Most of the band used an alias, never their real name and were ALWAYS paid in cash. No taxes...

    How dumb am I, went to UTA and drove right past the cemetary to and from school every day and never stopped. Didn't know where he was and only after I move away do I find out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimmer927 View Post
    Ok, dumb question time...
    Since Oswald lived in Dallas at the time of the shooting, why was he buried in Ft.Worth? Sorry not born when it all went down.
    While I'm not sure if this is the case or not, I'd imagine it was because the people of Dallas weren't too keen on having his final resting place be right there amongst them...As someone said before, he was not exactly the most popular guy after everything took place.
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    Oswald Conspiracy photograph

    Hi again,

    Looking closely at the photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald standing in the doorway I noted that the type and tones of the clothes he is wearing look almost identical to the clothes he was wearing when he was arrested.

    Also the hairline looks the same.

    There could actually be something in this after all.

    Hmmmm. Makes you think

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    one of Lees' and Marinas' daughters was on Tom Snyders' show many years ago. she was attractive and personable,said she and her sister had suffered no backlash.

    i remember Lees' funeral. only marina,Lees' mother,funeral home people. journalists served as pallbearers.
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    Bruce Willis reminds me of Lee Harvey Oswald.

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    Lee Harvey Oswald had lived in Fort Worth and I think that's where his mom lived. For a time he went to Arlington Heights High School. The reason why he was living so relatively close to downtown is that Oswald didn't drive. He took public transportation everywhere.

    [SIZE=3]JFK Tour: Retracing the Steps of Lee Harvey Oswald: TBA[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=3][/SIZE]John F. Kennedy and Dallas are forever connected in history. The 1963 downtown motorcade route and Dealey Plaza came alive on national television. Where did Lee Harvey Oswald live and work? What course did he follow on that fateful day? Many theories of what happened will be examined and discussed--but some will puzzle the most intelligent. Listen to a historic Radio Interview with Lee Harvey Oswald on a New Orleans radio station. Follow Lee Harvey Oswald's footsteps through downtown and his taxi ride to his Oak Cliff boarding house. On to the intersection in Oak Cliff where Oswald gunned down Dallas Officer J. D. Tippit--listen to the police recordings and see the Texas Theatre where Oswald was captured. Sometimes we get to visit the basement where Jack Ruby killed Oswald while handcuffed to a Dallas police officer. The grave, Oswald's final resting place, next to "NICK BEEF" is the final mystery. As in all of the Dallas Historical Society tours members will enjoy the day and learn from other people who join with us and have lunch at El Fenix--historic in its own way. Tour led by Ken M. Holmes, Jr. of Southwestern Historical Inc.



    They usually do the tour around the anniversary of the death of JFK. It leaves from Fair Park on Saturday mornings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NOVSTORM View Post
    Didn't she remarry and have the kids last name changed? Poor kids.
    Yes she did, and to a nice man. Last I heard they lived near Dallas somewhere in a big house with some acreage around it.
    She said she DREADED every November because that's when the press came around to bother her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by morticom View Post
    Hi everyone,

    I dug up this conspiracy photo which may actually show Oswald standing in a doorway watching the president driving by before any shots took place.

    The person standing in the doorway bears a striking resemblance to Oswald.

    Could it really be him.

    Tel me what you all think! Eerie!
    It sure as hell looks like him. But the pic could have been doctored.

    If my memory serves right, some witness claimed they saw LHO in the break room or otherwise at the coke machines during the shooting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cindyt View Post
    It sure as hell looks like him. But the pic could have been doctored.

    If my memory serves right, some witness claimed they saw LHO in the break room or otherwise at the coke machines during the shooting.

    I've heard that too, remember he told the press he was a "Patsy"?

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    She married a man named Porter and she still lives out in Rockwall. She had a son with him. She grants some interviews but these days I think the press leaves her alone.
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    There's a pornstar named Brandon Iron who has an uncanny resemblance to Lee Harvey Oswald.
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    I don't know why I post this, I suppose my screen name says it all. From the cover of a documentary on "fair Use" that I own, I give you - Lee & The Assassins
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    Quote Originally Posted by morticom View Post
    Hi everyone,

    I dug up this conspiracy photo which may actually show Oswald standing in a doorway watching the president driving by before any shots took place.

    The person standing in the doorway bears a striking resemblance to Oswald.

    Could it really be him.

    Tel me what you all think! Eerie!
    Wow! It does look like him! How eerie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by morticom View Post
    Hi Everyone,

    Here are a couple of more pics of Lee Harvey Oswald.

    It shows his decomposed head and a close of his teeth after he was exhumed in the 80's.

    MMMMMMM give me a kiss!
    Gross but interesting
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    Thanks for posting as well, I have never seen these pics before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ima Sikfuk View Post
    I don't know why I post this, I suppose my screen name says it all. From the cover of a documentary on "fair Use" that I own, I give you - Lee & The Assassins



    Sorry don't know how to post the pic, but roflmfao

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    I posted these of oswald in grossest dead photos thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by morticom View Post
    Hi everyone,

    I dug up this conspiracy photo which may actually show Oswald standing in a doorway watching the president driving by before any shots took place.

    The person standing in the doorway bears a striking resemblance to Oswald.

    Could it really be him.

    Tel me what you all think! Eerie!
    the guy in the background is not Oswald - his name was Billy Nolan Lovelady. he was a co-worker of Oswald's and could pass for his brother. Lovelady was interrogated by the FBI and had nothing to do with the JFK assassination. Wrong place at the wrong time. Here is Lovelady's mugshot - he was actually arrested by the FBI. Lovelady died in 1979.




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    I was actually living in East TX at the time of the shooting (Mrs. King's 2nd grade class). Moved to Fort Worth shortly thereafter. Interestingly enough when I was going to college, one of my friend was JD Tippit's niece. Also my FIL was on the FW Police Dept (sgt at the time I think) and shortly after LHO's funeral, he got a letter from Marguarite (Lee's mom) asking him to please keep an eye on the grave site as she was afraid of vandalism. His gravestone has been stolen a couple of times apparently. There are always articles in the paper in November about things; some (or one) of the reporters covering his funeral actually acted as pallbearers as there wasn't anyone there to help.

    Also a few years back, some friends and I were in dallas walking around the general area about dusk and a black convertable '63 Lincoln limousine drove by. Seriously gave me goosebumps. I didn't know at the time that someone gives tours in it, maybe it's the guy/people you were talking about crazedfemale. Anyway, just out of the blue here comes this car with two guys riding in it -- was pretty wild.

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    Yep. That's Billy Lovelady in that photo. He identified himself and the clothes he wore that day. Remember too, Oswald went to his rooming house and changed clothes after the shooting, so the clothes he was wearing at his arrest weren't the same as he had on at the time of the shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazedfemale View Post
    She married a man named Porter and she still lives out in Rockwall. She had a son with him. She grants some interviews but these days I think the press leaves her alone.
    Marina knew LHO shot at and missed a military official just months before he killed JFK using the same rifle as in the assassination. Why was Marina never imprisoned?

    Marina could have saved JFK and is complicit in his death.

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