• Patricia (Pat) Puckett Hall
  • Patricia (Pat) Puckett Hall
  • Patricia (Pat) Puckett Hall
  • Patricia (Pat) Puckett Hall
  • An historical enigma, Lee Harvey Oswald is at the center of the assassination, regardless of whether you consider him the lone gunman, a coconspirator who was also a patsy, or totally innocent.

Oswald Rooming House Tour

THIS EXPERIENCE INCLUDES A CHAT WITH PATRICIA HALL AND A PRIVATE TOUR OF THE ROOMING HOUSE WHERE OSWALD WAS STAYING AT THE TIME OF JFK ASSASSINATION.

On Nov. 22, 1963, the United States was jolted by one of the most shocking, transformative events in its history, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy as his motorcade rode through the streets of Dallas. Two days later, the nation was further jarred when accused assassin Lee Harvey Oswald was himself slain by nightclub owner Jack Ruby while in the custody of Dallas police. The assassination of the nation’s youthful leader was the first presidential murder in more than 60 years and sparked decades of conspiracy theories, making it undoubtedly the most investigated and more debated criminal act in American history.

62% of Americans believe there was a broader plot beyond just Lee Harvey Oswald on the sixth floor overlooking Dealey plaza in Dallas. WHAT DO YOU BELIEVE?

What Customers Say

  • Get the personal touch of the JFK Story

    Pat is an amazing hostess. She lived in the home as a little girl when Lee Harvey Oswald was there. She will tell personal stories of him. You can see the room he lived in and hear the account of the family when the Authorities showed up to claim all the effects. It is a great personal touch for anyone interested in the story of the JFK story and Oswald's involvement. Bo Stephenson - San Diego, CA

  • Authentic, startling experience

    This is one of the best tours I have ever taken. I’ve always been a history buff and especially when it comes to conspiracies. Pat has lest the home basically as it was back in 1963. She takes time to show you different items around the house and the history of them. She shows you Oswald’s room and you can touch his this items. The best part of it all is after she shows you everything you all sit down in the same living room that “Mr. Lee” did and just talk. You ask questions and she will answer all of them. It’s just simply amazing that as a young girl (around 11-12) remembers and can tell the stories that she does. Well worth time!

    Also, this house is still privately owned and has some structural issues that she is trying to get fixed. She does have a Gofundme account set up, if anyone can help. Charlee Horn - Miami, FL.

  • An experience in itself.

    Patricia Puckett-Hall is the daughter of the housekeeper who rented out to Lee Harvey Oswald during JFK assassination in 1963. The house is preserved as it was then, so we can get a glimpse of Oswald's life at the time he is said to have killed President John F. Kennedy. Patricia is cordial and told us about her interactions with Lee Harvey Oswald. This became a 'must see' attraction for us. Nick Bowman - Tulsa, OK

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