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SOON ENOUGH YOU'RE GOING TO BE ABLE TO GET A PEAK INSIDE THE MAN RESPONSIBLE FOR KILLING J-F-K'S HOUSE. 
       THE TOWN OF IRVING, TEXAS IS TURNING LEE HARVEY OSWALD'S OLD HOME- INTO A MUSEUM.
       AND REPLICATING IT THE EXACT WAY IT APPEARED THE MORNING OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY'S ASSASSINATION.
       OSWALD'S WIFE MARIA SHARED THE HOME WITH HER TWO INFANT CHILDREN AND ANOTHER YOUNG MOTHER, RUTH PAINE.
       PAINE HELPED PLANNERS RECREATE THE VISUAL ESTHETICS OF THE HOUSE BY SHARING PHOTOS AND CHOOSING COLOR SCHEMES.
       ACTORS WILL BE USED TO RECREATE CONVERSATIONS THAT TOOK PLACE IN UNASSUMING, TWO BEDROOM HOME.        
       A LARGE SPEAKER CABINET IS THE ONLY ORIGINAL ITEM THAT REMAINS IN THE HOUSE. 

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