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One of the most historic pieces of evidence from the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated 50 years ago was the limousine he was riding in. What happened to it after the assassination is yet another incredible chapter in the story.
The tragic Lincoln limousine is now at the end of the road in the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Mich.
fiftieth anniversary of the assassination has really, really drawn
people to that car for longer periods of time than is usual," said the
museum's curator Matt Anderson.
To peer into the back seat is to ponder what might have been.
can totally picture, picture him there," said Anderson. "I think that's
what a lot of people do when they come to visit the museum. They'll
stand here and just sort of stare in the space and think about what