These are sites in Fort Worth, Dallas every JFK conspiracy theorist should visit

A former Secret Service agent — who is set to release his book “The Final Witness” Oct. 10 — recently revealed a different account of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy previously undisclosed.

Paul Landis, one of the Secret Service agents feet away from the president in the motorcade, said memories he has of that fateful day in Dallas Nov. 22, 1963 differ from the “magic bullet” theory laid out by the Warren Commission.

The 88-year-old Landis was never interviewed by the President’s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy, also known as the Warren Commission, according to a report by the New York Times.

The Warren Commission looked at the case between 1963 until it submitted its findings in 1964, which concluded that suspect Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone gunman.

Despite the Warren Commission report, the Kennedy assassination has been revisited by conspiracy theorists for decades who speculate Oswald didn’t act alone.

Fort Worth and Dallas were the last two cities Kennedy visited on his two-day, five-city tour of Texas in November 1963.

[JFK assassination: Photos from Star-Telegram vault of chaos in Dallas on Nov 22, 1963]

Custom travel experience company ExperienceFirst put together some stops for Kennedy assassination conspiracy theorists to visit while in Dallas. Plus, we added some extra spots specific to Fort Worth.

President John F. Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy enter Air Force One to fly from Fort Worth to Dallas. JFK waves to crowd at Carswell Air Force Base. Nov. 22, 1963
President John F. Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy enter Air Force One to fly from Fort Worth to Dallas. JFK waves to crowd at Carswell Air Force Base. Nov. 22, 1963

Hilton Hotel

Located on 815 Main Street, the Hilton Hotel was called Hotel Texas in 1963 and is where Kennedy and First Lady Jackie stayed the night before their trip to Dallas.

The couple stayed in Suite 850 which was decorated with 16 pieces of artwork from local museums and collectors, an initiative led by Ruth Carter Stevenson.

The Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce hosted a breakfast at the hotel the morning of Nov. 22.

JFK Tribute in General Worth Square

A memorial to Kennedy in the area where he made a speech to a Fort Worth crowd on the morning of Nov. 22 before the Fort Worth Chamber breakfast.

Dealey Plaza

This is where crowds in Dallas gathered to watch the presidential motorcade. Points of interest include the Grassy Knoll and the Bryan Pergola, around where some conspiracy theories suggest a shot rang from.

The Sixth Floor Museum

Before it became a museum chronicling the history of Kennedy and his assassination, the Sixth Floor Museum was the Texas School Book Depository. It’s where Oswald worked for a short while and where evidence of a sniper was found on the sixth floor.

Texas Theatre

Oswald hid in the Texas Theatre during showings of Cry of Battle and War is Hell. This is the site where police found and arrested him, following a tip by a store owner across the street.

The Texas Theatre still operates today and known for its special screenings and live events.

Campisi’s Restaurant

Campisi’s Restaurant on 5610 East Mockingbird Lane is where Jack Ruby, the man who shot and killed Oswald, frequented. Ruby dined at Campisi’s the night of Nov. 21 and owner Joe Campisi and his wife visited Ruby in jail Nov. 30.