Dallas County officials say records documenting the exhumation of Lee Harvey Oswald's body will be turned over to The Sixth Floor Museum in Dallas.
The autopsy was carried out in 1981 to confirm that the body buried at the Rose Hill Cemetery in Fort Worth was Oswald's.
Some had theorized that the body was actually that of a Soviet agent posing as Oswald.
Oswald was shot to death in the basement of the Dallas Police Department two days after he gunned down President John Kennedy in a Dallas parade on November 22nd, 1963.
The Dallas County medical examiner recently discovered the documents.
A spokeswoman for the museum that focuses on Kennedy's life and assassination says it's too early to say on how the museum will use the documents.
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