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Ford’s Theater


Everyone around here knows Ford’s theater. President Lincoln was assassinated at the end of the civil war. The site is a national park and an historic site. The house where he died is also still there. There is a morbid fascination. People lined up early on a Sunday morning.


Across the street is diner. There is a funny juxtaposition. Lincoln was assassinated across the street. Makes sense?

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