People tend to check in during these times:
Lots of conspiracy theorists hang out here. Fun for a little, but it gets a bit weird.
Wow, the Grassy Knoll is a lot smaller than I envisioned it. An unfortunate historical site yet very interesting to visit a location so engrained in countless forms of media.
At all costs try not to shoot a president of the United States. If you can.
This is definitely a must-see on a trip to Dallas. Everyone knows the story, but it's very different to actually be there. See it in person, take the iPhone tour from the sixth floor museum.
Well there's grass, cars and a lot if conspiracy theories.
I thought it would be a bigger hill
Erie place considering what happen there on on November 22, 1963
Good to gain a perspective before and after the Sixth Floor tour. Very important for every Metroplex citizen to attend and contribute to their own historical education.
No longer a conspiracy theorist #triangulation.
Don't be an idiot and run out onto Elm Street to take a photo where the X is.
watch out for snipers
If you're going to stand in the middle of the road, don't do it when cars are coming. Apparently common sense is a misnomer.
Looking sure the second shooter again...
Watch your head!
Got u in my sights..(+)
Resist your temptation to mow the knoll.
There wasn't a conspiracy.
I'll give this place a shot...
The plaza is typically filled with tourists visiting the assassination site and The Sixth Floor Museum of the former Book Depository. Since 1989, more than 6 million people have visited the museum.
Don't lose your head!!
Went here for the first time at night and stood in the rain talking about government conspiracies with my 2 best friends. One of those eery but amazing moments of my Life.
Went here yesterday. It was eerie and amazing.
Don't steal parts of the picked fence. It's now a federal crime.
If you have a protest there, homeland security will show up. Trust me.
Watch out for the homeless people giving tours.
Go early in the morning and have your picture taken laying down on the second x in the road.