At any given moment, there are 850,000 Americans inside a Walmart store. Something weird is bound to happen.
After he was assassinated in 1968 — the same year Martin Luther King, Jr. was felled by a sniper’s bullet, and just five years after his brother, John, was killed by Lee Harvey Oswald — a funeral train carried Robert Kennedy’s body from New York City to Washington, D.C. Photographer Paul Fusco was aboard that train, capturing images of some of the estimated one million people who came to watch and pay their final respects as the train passed.
I am absolutely going to jump in the pool before I go to bed. So there.