Indiana history teacher Tim McDonald and his former student Hobie Crase recently teamed up to produce "Behind Dark Glasses," a documentary that explores the Secret Service during and after President John F. Kennedy's 1963 assassination. The film features two former Secret Service agents. One agent shares his perspective on how the agency was run in the 1960s as he worked on the Kennedy detail; the other, a more recently retired agent, gives a modern-day look at the agency and how it has evolved since JFK's death. Crase said he has long had an interest in filmmaking -- an interest McDonald encouraged. This is the duo's second collaboration.
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