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  1. This has some interesting stuff..... The Zapruder Film and Harry Holmes: by Vincent Palamara Fred Newcomb and the late Perry Adams interviewed Harry Holmes for their unpublished manuscript entitled "Murder From Within"* (a 1974 production that took five years to research/ write: the authors' only tv appearance** was on the now-defunct "Inside Report" on NBC back in May 1990), a great body of work that introduced everyone to body alteration (years before Lifton, who offers a "legalese" footnote pertaining to another topic on page 370--and page 732---of "Best Evidence"), ZAPRUDER FILM
  2. The definitive interview of Harry Holmes is in the book No More Silence, after I saw this thread had been bumped I went back to see if there was anything I had overlooked. And there was something I had overlooked that was so glaring that I was embarrassed I hadn't noticed it. Holmes, in addition to watching the Plaza at the time of the assassination through binoculars had an open line to Washington. If that isn't a smoking gun, I don't understand what the word means. Someone should post the entire interview, it is not exactly your father's Oldsmobile.
  3. https://books.google.com/books?id=EkFRSiBVRyoC&pg=PA113&lpg=PA113&dq=Arthur+Wyndham+Allan+Cowan&source=bl&ots=xGQmvTIBsm&sig=k8_KBbrvw7c5bEtAjoeT7--0VMY&hl=en&sa=X&ei=uWgiVd3lH8KLsAXJxoDIAQ&ved=0CCYQ6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=Arthur%20Wyndham%20Allan%20Cowan&f=false This book excerpt refers to how Lillian Hellman was left the complete rights to Dashiell Hammett's works upon the death of Arthur Cowan, who died in November 1964. On a separate note the Dallas Morning News of 11/11/63, made mention of a memorial service in Terrell, Texas to British pilots w
  4. Hrrmph.... https://books.google.com/books?id=2gLq2qN6oiIC&pg=PA18&lpg=PA18&dq=Pearl+Harbor,+Microdots+%26+J+Edgar+Hoover&source=bl&ots=HizcR_cYd1&sig=o85PEix28Kuha48Er0vo5ScJsys&hl=en&sa=X&ei=qdceVZWGM4HOsAXW04CQAw&ved=0CDEQ6AEwAg#v=onepage&q=Pearl%20Harbor%2C%20Microdots%20%26%20J%20Edgar%20Hoover&f=false
  5. I can see both sides of the argument; I just think after the way the DPD recorded in their documents that "Oswald" was arrested in the balcony AND in the general seating area; they probably decided to quit while they were behind.
  6. I believe Greg makes a pretty good point; I don't post near as much as I used to, Greg's absence here ie [ridicule of Prayerman belief, et al & behavior of alleged contemporaries] didn't help matters. He is the single best researcher in the mix, and has been for some time. (Sorry critics of GP) Some of the threads & postings over the last 12 months seem pretty amateurish considering the fact that the available documents and scholarly work are, in effect a database going on 52 years. I am not trying to knock the forum or any of its current members, some of it is due to I guess what you
  7. According to the website, The Dallas Public Library's copy of the "The Shark and the Sardines," was, checked out to Lee Harvey Oswald, and his copy was "50 years overdue.* " * http://thescoopblog.dallasnews.com/2013/11/on-top-of-everything-else-oswald-had-an-overdue-library-book.html/ The websites story goes on the assumption that on November 22, 1963 it was overdue & had not been returned.. So, how did the Dallas Police miss this find, if it was checked out by him? According to H.P. Albarelli's "A Secret Order........" in 1966 Albert Newman inquired to the Dallas Public Library's, Lill
  8. I cannot say for sure, but there was someone, I want to say, "associated" with the Hotel de Comercio, whose name was given as Roberto Lee. My maryferrell.org subscription is expired. But it could be checked out for anyone interested. There was a person employed in Chicago, I believe whose name was Odes Howard Lee.......Which, abbreviated is, O. H. Lee. The document related to the latter is in the original Warren Commission supporting documents.......I thought that was rather odd......., BTW - Does anyone know who Earle Deathe is, crossed upon his name from LBJ Library document?
  9. Has anyone in the research community or anyone qualified ever wrote about intelligence agencies linkage to the Import/Export business? We all know Lee Oswald worked at Gerard F. Tujague's, after working at Dolly Shoe....so, that has always intrigued me. Anyone else?
  10. Recently I came across an allegation regarding Michael Paine which I had never heard of before. It was from Buchanan's book Who Killed Kennedy, in which he references, "Michael Paine, a Bell Helicopter engineer who had once toured Europe as a singer." see page 135. Obviously, not a profound revelation, but I thought it was interesting considering that the Paine's had a proven interest in madrigal singing. Moreover, an item like this could be fact checked via newspaper archives, and if it were true could hopefully provide additional information besides the usual knowledge of Allen Dulles connec
  11. Looks like a match; I wasn't able to do much else; my MFF subscription is expired. I know Arch Park Kimbrough helped mary Ferrell with the MFF chronology. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Orr&GSfn=Maurice&GSbyrel=all&GSdy=2007&GSdyrel=in&GSob=n&GRid=100081478&df=all
  12. If you want to see something very odd, go to the find-a-grave entry for Richard Case Nagell. It states he is buried at Arlington National Cemetery, then in the comments section someone says something about having obtained his papers........sounds a bit hard to believe myself......Arlington National Cemetery??? Really???
  13. Wow this thread really went to hell; All I can add for the moment is that the publishing company which does the Images of America books have several releases out now; they are strictly historical and avoid any reference to controversial aspects of the JFK assassination. But they are compelling, but only if you are interested in the history of Dealey Plaza, Historical areas also in Dallas, plus some very hard to find photos, et cetera.
  14. Several pages back on this thread there was mention of the "portion of Cox's boxtop" in LHO's possession. Did anyone dig further into this? In that era there were two Cox Department stores, one in Waco that went bankrupt in 1995 The other was in Fort Worth and according to Wikipedia, [granted not the most reliable source] it later merged with W. C. Stripling & Sons fortwortharchitecture.com, writes on their website W.C. Stripling Middle School 2100 Clover Lane - 1927; 1955; 1958; 1989 (CFW)This school was constructed in 1927 as W.S. Stripling High School to serve the growing populatio
  15. On March 24, 2006, Herbert Manell passed away, although I cannot say with certitude, I am curious as to if he is the same person cited in State Secret Chapter 3. http://www.faqs.org/people-search/manell/ FWIW more Birth: Sep. 15, 1925 Death: Mar. 24, 2006 Note: TEC4 US ARMY Burial: Arlington National Cemetery Arlington Arlington County Virginia, USA Plot: Sec: 8-N2 ROW 11, Site: 4 Created by: John C. Anderson Record added: Mar 06, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial# 49253426 http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Manell&GSfn=Herb&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSob=n
  16. I second Tommy's motion; as far as I am concerned, when new information on someone as significant as DeMohrenschildt appears, there is no such thing as too much information. Thanks Shane
  17. Pretty interesting regarding JFK's May '63 visit to James Forrestal's grave. One wonders just what was going on in JFK's mind. My most recent book read is the Best & The Brightest, which is far from a "official version of JFK's administration," in the sense of the fact that Halberstam writes in a very accurate account of just how much JFK resisted the JCOS, Walt Rostow and Maxwell Taylor kept pushing for ground troops in Vietnam. Ironically, Halberstam died in an automobile accident on his way to address a group of college graduates. One myth Halberstam destroys is the fact that Maxwell
  18. You can't tell where your going.......if you don't know where you've been. 1967 7:00 O'clock News Silent Night https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgYFXCUEL4Y
  19. This topic can't be considered adequately covered without a nod to Aldous Huxley, who, of course died the same day John F. Kennedy died. Reprinted courtesy of the Fortean Times. Also See http://m.deseretnews.com/top/2066/0/Nov-22-1963-A-look-at-the-lives-of-JFK-CS-Lewis-and-Aldous-Huxley-.html Aldous Huxley Aldous Huxley was already a legendary figure in the literary sphere when he was introduced to the milieu of mind-bending drugs. Antonio Melechi takes a trip down memory lane to fling wide The Doors Of Perception and seek the pathway to Heaven and Hell. By Antonio Melechi February 20
  20. I have Book 3 The Manson Secret.......Levenda is the expert on occult and its relationship to politics in America, Germany and the Soviet Union. He delves into abstract concepts which leaves some, I believe, just a little more than mystified. I look at JFK research as categorized by the Dewey decimal system, I am not trying to be cute, but when you think about it there are the following areas. HISTORY, social sciences, intelligence agencies, biographies, technology and so on. Just to make a point, if you've studied the original documents there are several persons interviewed who were literal
  21. "The reason I am interested in someone named Oswald, who is not Oswald," is because....... 1. There are, in my viewpoint a small number of people who were genuinely trying to find out who was behind the assassination & I believe the person interviewed was one of those persons, moreover I thought it was interesting, at worst......not every post that I make is "an answer to who killed JFK." It is obvious you have a high opinion of yourself, and yet your posts never have any new information or reference a singular contribution other than your own opinions.......So what are you contributing
  22. Hi Paul, thanks for the input. There is no question that what is known as "speaking truth to Power" comes with little reward and great risk. Sometimes words are inadequate to even comment on the current State of the World. There is an old quote, I used to use on my signature at the bottom, that read "We may be through with the past, but the past is not through with us." So, trying to sum up an adequate response that has meaning for "like-minded people, there are a couple of things. I would like to throw down..... Some people, I suppose JFK researchers, who are more voyeuristic, [reading pos
  23. I searched through maryferrell.org, and the URL I posted seemed to contain the most interesting correspondence with Wozencraft, on page 130 and 133. https://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/viewer/showDoc.do?docId=55386 There were several other documents, but I didn't see the one in question. Most of them are documents between Wozencraft and others like Marion Johnson National Archives archivist counseling guidelines for de-classification of Warren Commission documents. I did see one where he was being advised of a communication with someone in Bellevue Mental Hospital. I do believe Pat
  24. Steve, I've always felt your presence here was a blessing, sincerely. So I echo the sentiment of others who've expressed their feelings along that line. I have threatened to leave to the point that possibly, if I were black, I might have been confused with the last segment of James Brown's stage act.... {I love the Godfather of Soul, so I don't want any lip from anybody;)But seriously, hope you stay. An old Rolling Stone from 1967, I think it was a review for June 6, 1967 release of Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, by The Beatles; it had a sentence or title that said "Rock is
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