|Book Dog Dad Has From the Local Newspaper|
|"Lancer" Was Alive Then|
It is interesting what Dog Dad's recalls. His most vivid memory is of a riderless horse named Black Jack with the boots reversed in the stirrups. He remembers the presidents son, John John, saluting the casket as it passed. He can see Oswald being shot. He can see news on TV showing the shooting at Dealey Plaza. He can hear the voice of Walter Cronkite. These memories are in black and white, just like the TV he watched them all unfold on.
Fifty years ago today, three shots were fired in under six seconds and the country changed furever.
Sherman & Dog Dad