Who Was Behind The Shooting Of JFK
One Of The Greatest Unanswered Questions Of All Time
Who Knew Lee Harvey Oswald Was Born In New Orleans
Follow In Oswald's Footsteps
Lee Harvey Oswald - Assassin Or Patsy
About this activity
What's included, what's not
2 Hour Historical Walking Tour: Lee Harvey Oswald And The JFK Conspiracy
What you can expect
To minimize risk in the world of Covid-19 and provide the safest and best possible tour experience, The Savvy Native has moved from individual tour bookings to Private Small Group Tours. Our tours are now available only to “familiar groups” of 1-4 guests or 5-8 guests. No mixed bookings. To keep our guides working we have priced our tours at cost. We greatly appreciate your patronage during this “new normal” and look forward to our time together. The same great guides! The same great tours!
Oswald In New Orleans
Who knew that Lee Harvey Oswald was born in New Orleans. Throw in the Mafia and we may just have the answer to one of the greatest unanswered questions of all time – WHO WAS BEHIND THE SHOOTING OF JFK. Come along with us as we trace Lee’s steps growing-up in New Orleans and during the months and weeks leading-up to the assassination.
Lee Harvey Oswald Assassin or Patsy
Lee Harvey Oswald returned to New Orleans, the city of his birth, on April 25, 1963. He left New Orleans for Dallas on September 25, less than two months before the assassination of President Kennedy.
Why was he here - What was he doing during those months - With whom was he associating - The Warren Commission Report told one story. Fifty- six years later a very different story has emerged.
This walking tour takes you into the heart of the dark mystery centered on 544 Camp Street. We will visit the actual locations around Lafayette Square, the Central Business District and the French Quarter following in Oswald’s footsteps.
We will see the home Oswald left as a 17 year old to begin the strange odyssey that led to Dallas.You will see the very disturbing Zapruder film.You’ll see and hear from Oswald on archival film. At the end, you’ll decide: assassin or patsy.
Following In Oswald’s Footsteps
The tour is 2 hours long, covers about a mile over level ground, includes two rest stops and ends in the French Quarter in front of Antoine’s Restaurant.
We meet by the Benjamin Franklin statue on the Camp Street side of Lafayette Park. If you are intrigued, as we hope you will be, an annotated bibliography is available upon request.
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