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November 22, 2021

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The National Archives in 1999 released details of what became of the casket that was procured from a Dallas funeral home to transport JFK's body back to Washington.
The blood stained casket had be in storage with the archives, until the Kennedy family requested that it be disposed of at sea. On February 18, 1966 the casket was loaded with sand bags and the encased in a pine crate that hat 40 holes drilled in it, and was secured with steel banding, with 2 parachuted attached. The US Air Force flew the casket in a C-130 100 miles off the coast of Delaware to a point out of shipping lane pushed it out into a area with a depth of 9,000'. The casket landed on the surface of the Atlantic intact under the parachuted, and the C-130 saw it sink, and circled the area for a additional 30 minutes.

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