“On rare occasions, there’s an item that might cause concern, and obviously the bobbleheads appeared to be doing that.” That’s Gettysburg Foundation spokeswoman Dru Anne Neil, quoted at heraldtribune.com, trying to explain the kerfuffle their John Wilkes Booth bobblehead dolls caused by being offered right there on the shelf next to the Great Emancipator. You know, that guy he shot in the head. Who knows, maybe commemorating famous killers will become morbidly popular and prove to be an effective way to spur sales. We could see Ryder featuring a posthumous testimonial in their ads from Timothy McVeigh as to the convenience of their rental trucks. Someone may market a line of Lee Harvey Oswald optics. Or maybe an enterprising company could secure Lon Horiuchi’s endorsement for their precision rifles. Oh. Wait.