If you've spent more than five minutes in front of a TV anytime in the last 40-odd years, you've seen the unforgettable images of the Zapruder film as it captures the trauma at Dealey Plaza just as President John F. Kennedy's limousine comes under fire from a sniper's rifle. To feel the full, chilling effect of what happened on that short stretch of Elm Street in Dallas that day in 1963, nothing beats a visit to Dealey Plaza itself — nothing, that is, outside of a first-hand account from a Secret Service agent assigned to JFK's motorcade on... More >>>