"I heard Mr Booth open the door and tried to warn Abe, but it was just too late" advised eye-witness Ron King to the Metropolitan Police Force.
Actually, this was taken at Madame Tussauds, Washington D.C. the first evening we got into town. This was the first 'wax museum' I had ever visited where the guests were encouraged to act as part of the scene.
From their web site:
Have you ever wanted to kiss George W. Bush? Give Hillary Clinton a big ole hug? Or simply see if you were taller than George Washington? Well now there's a place in Washington D.C. where you can do it all - Madame Tussauds Washington D.C. The premier wax attraction gives visitors an interactive, full-sensory experience; they will be able to touch, see and hear major historical events and celebrities in a way unlike any other Washington D.C. attraction. Located within walking distance of the National Mall and the White House, the attraction is located in the historic Woodies building with the entrance on the corner of 10th and F Streets.
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