A Texas man who bought a second-hand CD from a small-town thrift shop made a surprising discovery inside the case: a Polaroid photo of President John F. Kennedy on the day of his assassination. George Rebeles said he was at the Souls Harbor Thrift Store (in Ferris, Texas) when he decided to buy Bachman Turner Overdrive’s The Anthology on CD.
… Rebeles said he didn’t open the CD case until about a month after the purchase, and he discovered an object inside that he soon realized was a Polaroid photo. The photo depicted Kennedy riding in his motorcade in Dallas. The date handwritten on the back of the photo was “11-22-63,” the day of Kennedy’s assassination. A former FBI analyst and JFK historian said the photo appears to have been snapped as the motorcade left Love Field, a good distance from the location of the assassination.
… Rebeles said he hasn’t yet decided whether to keep the photo or try to sell it to a collector. Check out the story a local TV station just did with him: