What have come to be known simply as the Backyard Photos are some of the most famous images in history. They are also a collection of the most hotly debated photographs ever to find their way under a magnifying glass.
Seeing as no one can agree on their veracity, and seeing as I'd like to steer clear of the whole dispute, I'll try to describe them as neutrally as possible.
In the photos, Oswald may or may not have been standing behind his Oak Cliff duplex, where he may or may not have been holding a communist publication in what may or may not have been his hand, while he may or may not have been brandishing the rifle that may or may not have killed the president. (Of course, I'm sure I'll still get e-mail.)
The only thing we can be sure of is that the photos — or at least the background photos — were taken behind a two-unit apartment building where Oswald and his family were staying in March 1963. That building is still there, and surprisingly, the backyard is still recognizable, though the staircase and fence have reportedly both been rebuilt.
Incidentally, at the time of this writing, the lower 212 address was for rent. For only $450 a month, you could pretend to be the Oswalds' wacky sitcom neighbor.