A view of the Lorraine Motel from the boarding house where James Earl Ray was allegedly to have fired the fatal shots  that killed Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. - Police say the shots were fired from the open second floor bathroom window.  The Lorraine Motel at 450 Mulberry Street in Memphis, Tennessee is part of The National Civil Rights Museum which is a privately owned complex of museums and historic buildings.
A view of the Lorraine Motel from the boarding house where James Earl Ray was allegedly to have fired the fatal shots that killed Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. - Police say the shots were fired from the open second floor bathroom window. The Lorraine Motel at 450 Mulberry Street in Memphis, Tennessee is part of The National Civil Rights Museum which is a privately owned complex of museums and historic buildings.