From a Cemetery in Fort Worth to an Auction House in L.A.: Lee Harvey Oswald's Coffin
From the auction house:
After a thorough medical examination, the pathologists assigned to the case officially identified the body as Oswald's as dental records positively matched. At a press conference later that day the following famous statement was made, "The remains in the grave marked as Lee Harvey Oswald are indeed Lee Harvey Oswald." After the news conference, Oswald's remains were transported back to Rose Hill Cemetery for re-interment in a new casket and vault.Opening bid is $1,000, and the auction starts December 16. Hurry? Unless you're in the market for this Sanders auction item: "Section of the Leather Seat Upon Which JFK & the First Lady Sat When He Was Shot." Good Lord.