President Kennedy’s Limo, Now Located In Dearborn’s Henry Ford Museum, May Be Haunted
President Kennedy was assassinated in this limo on November 22nd, 1963. Legend has it that he still haunts the Limo. As we approach the 53rd anniversary of His assassination, let's take a closer look at his limo and it's haunted legend. The Limo resides in the Henry Ford Museum at Green Field Village, Dearborn, Michigan.
Paraphrasing from The Shadow Lands,
In the evening, on the anniversary of Kennedy's assassination, he [Kennedy] has been seen standing next to the limo waving to security guards and leaving a single red rose on the hood of the car. Sometimes a cold wind can be felt and a voice heard saying "it was two men" and "not the one who shot him, the one was outside the building where there were trees and shot him".
Here is a display with fabric from Kennedy limo showing the blood stained fabric.
The exhibit is still on display at the Museum. Maybe someone will get some photos of President Kennedy's ghost.