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Robert P. Fitton

Author-Audio Book Provocateur-Podcast Host

November 22, 1963

Formerly The Texas School Book Depository Building

This site was originally owned by John Neely Bryan, the founder of Dallas. During the 1880s French native Maxime Guillot operated a wagon shop here. In 1894 the land was purchased by Phil L. Mitchell, president and director of the Rock Island Plow Company of Illinois. An office building for the firm's Texas division, known as the Southern Rock Island Plow Company, was completed here four years later. In 1901 the five-story structure was destroyed by fire. That same year, under supervision of the company vice president and general manager F. B. Jones, work was completed on this structure. Built to resemble the earlier edifice, it features characteristics of the commercial Romanesque Revival style.

In 1937 the Carraway Byrd Corporation purchased the property. Later, under the direction of D. H. Byrd, the building was leased to a variety of businesses, including the Texas School Book Depository.

On November 22, 1963, the building gained national notoriety when Lee Harvey Oswald allegedly shot and killed President John F. Kennedy from a sixth floor window as the Presidential motorcade passed the site.

Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1980.

Love Field

Dallas, Texas

November 22, 1963

A massive amount of data  that outlines why President Kennedy was murdered.


The Kennedy Paradox

An updated version of 1961 by Robert P. Fitton- with CIA names, period photos, enhanced audio.In 1986, led by terrorist Carlos Sánchez, nuclear devices are planted in American cities. As New York and other cities are swallowed up in fireballs, Patch Kincaid is sent back in time to prevent the destruction. He lands in 1961, where he chases Sánchez into the Bay of Pigs Invasion. Captured by Castro, Patch and his mentor Meinkewitz chase Carlos Sánchez into rural Cuba.







Return to Dallas

Return to Dallas is an encyclopedic sourced novel surveilling Lee Oswald in the summer and fall of 1963 as well as highlighting the surrounding plot to assassinate President John F. Kennedy. Return to Dallas utilizes the evolving information while discarding debunked JFK Assassination theories. Photographs paint the era in vivid color rather than aging vintage black and white stills. Those associated with the plot to kill Jack Kennedy as well as peripheral characters are woven into a pertinent historical context. The reader will soon understand the whirlwind around Lee Harvey Oswald and why President Kennedy was removed from office. Why are Oswald’s movements around the southern United States in the summer and fall of 1963 relevant? The Kennedy Assassination is now part of history and the narrative of Lee Oswald shooting the president from a sixth-floor window is mired in the public consciousness. Oswald was more aware of the plot than one would believe. Return to Dallas informs the reader of abnormalities in Oswald’s activities not only in 1963 but in his previous years and explains the legend built by the intelligence agencies. The surrounding cast of military, intelligence and government characters should alert even the most adamant lone gunman advocates to the truth. Better to investigate the truth and not believe fairy tales.

American Injustice

Arriving 2022

American Injustice is the third novel in the Patch Kincaid Series that details the Garrison Investigation and government attacks on Jim Garrison. Patch and Meinkewitz are in a life and death struggle with the U.S. government to prevent the Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy Assassinations,