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  1. Chris Davidson

    Swan-Song -- Math Rules

    Adam, Start a new topic named "Conversions" or something like that. Then repost your previous response and I will reply. I believe the answer you are seeking may not be indicative of the figures you are providing. Or, I'm reading your question incorrectly. Let's make sure before we go on. Chris
  2. Chris Davidson

    Prayer Man

    Until you show us, I'll leave the rest of the forum with Hester (by himself) entering the colannade. If he's difficult to find, just look to the top of the lightpost that the cop is standing next to. The same cop we see in Couch who has not left either when we initially see him. You can also see lonely Beatrice Hester starting to rise. I'm on to other items of more interest.
  3. Chris Davidson

    Prayer Man

    There are two films that show Charles Hester(by himself) run into the colannade. Bell and Wiegman. That is your sync point. Once you confirm you see Charles Hester run into the colannade in Bell, you can then work forwards and backwards in terms of time. It's the best time syncing available, as there are no other common events that occur within these films which enable a sync. If somebody comes up with one, I'm all ears. The time it takes for Wiegman panning back to the TSBD after the head shot, until the Hester sync = 21seconds. Bell films Wiegman filming the Hesters. The sync point between Bell and Wiegman is Hester stepping up onto the Colonade. Bell continuously films afterwards for 1.3 seconds and picks up Wiegman starting to rise for his run down the knoll. Gerda’s dual-sync of Couch/Darnell shows both Wiegman and Baker in there respective runs. There is 3.5 seconds of missing footage from the Wiegman sequence. Take those 3.5 seconds and apply that to Wiegman after we see him start to rise in Bell and to Baker before we see him in Gerda’s dual-sync. Baker’s run to the curb equals 4 seconds. This total = approx 29.8 seconds. Choose what you may in terms of missing time between Wiegman's film stop(after filming Charles Hesters in the colannade) and Couch's start.
  4. Chris Davidson

    Prayer Man

    After what? Hopefully you can see Mr. Hester in Bell at the colannade. Wiegmans the guy in Bell, near the steps starting to rise. What is not known is the time it takes Wiegman to rise after filming the Hesters to where we see him running in Couch from behind the RL Thorton sign Add in whatever amount of time you think it takes for Charles Hester to return back to his wife after Wiegman stops filming and begins his sprint down the knoll. If your Couch frame is before Bell, where are Z and Sitz in Couch? Who do you think is running down the knoll in Couch, eventually filming the Newman's, then turning to the street and filming the motorcade approaching? The same person appearing in Rickersby near the lamp-post (previously supplied). That's Wiegman. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1RnuKN83jMGuIHMFbd4boTdvmPO2v_Jw1/view?usp=sharing
  5. Chris Davidson

    Prayer Man

    All the main players are there from your Couch frame. Just look closely. Bell segment occurs before your Couch frame is shot. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1g8uOakjfdeQ91uRuFE6fWX7gG_pdtwKB/view?usp=sharing
  6. Chris Davidson

    Prayer Man

    Bart, That is not Wiegman with which you have the red arrow pointing towards, near the Stemmons sign. Wiegman is on his run down the knoll and is just to the left of the RL Thorton sign. John, Wiegman is exactly where his film says he is. After he films the Newmans, he turns towards the street and films the approaching motorcade. I suggest looking for my previous sync posting using Bell and Wiegman as the key films for a common event. We've been through this before.
  7. Chris Davidson

    “Hogwash” by the silly wc rascals.

    Understanding the WC magical mystery show. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GwCfer-uv58dgbtkJ-Zg6tqYh4al2_BH/view?usp=sharing
  8. Chris Davidson

    Prayer Man

    By the time Weigman's car gets to the designated lane marker, they are through the Elm St turn. (See previous plat plotting) The side of Wieigman's car appears in his film footage as he is leaving it. How else would someone have video footage from above the car they were riding in? You'll have to prove he wasn't in Camera Car #1 and that is another persons video footage.
  9. Chris Davidson

    Prayer Man

    Wiegman's position right after he jumps out of his car. Use the lane stripe for guidance. He runs approx 165ft then films the Hester's. Groden's version shows it takes approx 16 sec for this to occur. 165ft/15sec = 11/1.47 = 7.5mph
  10. Chris Davidson

    Swan-Song -- Math Rules

    The range of z210-z222 (12.5ft/12frames = 1.041ft per frame) on CE884 is a little more concentrated than what is possible to measure in terms of stationary landmarks. z206.5 -z230.5 = .958ft per frame iow, z210-Station# 3+73.4 + 7.9ft = Station# 3+81.3 = bullet strike 7.9ft/1.041ft per frame = 7.5888frames = Z217.588 From z207-z217.588 = 10.588frames z207-z217.588 = 10.2ft/10.588frames = .963ft per frame
  11. Chris Davidson

    Swan-Song -- Math Rules

    Adam, Answers in Red
  12. Chris Davidson

    Swan-Song -- Math Rules

    Videos: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1bNxJe52IUUt9cr_BPhoy41gDcRf3er3B/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/1sdECH4XR_tcx8S3tjmiun1uDREeLCBQx/view?usp=sharing
  13. Chris Davidson

    Swan-Song -- Math Rules

    Adam, In essence, it sounds like you are trying to recreate/exact CE884 (There are two versions). Publicly released version: https://www.history-matters.com/archive/jfk/wc/wcvols/wh17/html/WH_Vol17_0464b.htm It is the method that was used originally (on the ground), although once they got their initial starting point (say Z161), I believe they just measured to the next succeeding entry. I do have a brief video of this method starting from Position A to Z161. Will post later if interested.
  14. Chris Davidson

    Swan-Song -- Math Rules

    Taking into consideration the 10.2ft distanced traveled from pull of trigger, the limo drop in elevation = 10.2ft/18.3ft = .557 x 12 inches = 6.68 inch drop. This lead is reflected in CE560 documentation. The problem is, it's supposed to represent a shot from the 6th floor snipers nest with a car traveling at 28+ mph(see CE884 Orange Version z207-z208).
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