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  1. Larry, who do you consider to be the more solid witnesses to figures behind the windows? Best, Chris
  2. If I remember correctly, wasn’t the car in this last photo registered to Mary Ferrell and her husband? They were driving through Dealey Plaza that day. Did they drive all the way to the hospital?
  3. Larry, did Tom offer any opinions about the rifle or rifles found that day when he was filming? Or what the officers who found and viewed them said in front of him? Chris
  4. Do you all think Westbrook was trying to pull a fast one by changing 107 to 207, which had an alibi attached to it?
  5. It’s worth noting here that Clarence A. Rector was actually interviewee by the Warren Commission because of his connection to Jack Ruby. Clarence stated that he had an automobile transportation business. And that he had recently been in Cuba. Just a few more data points for this mysterious Car 107. -Chris
  6. Wow, Remegio Arce really does bear a string resemblance to Bernard Barker. Is it possible that Seymour Weitzman actually saw Arce on the grassy knoll instead of Barker, who he later identified? Chris
  7. I always wondered why Westbrook said this. Given that we now know Westbrook was at best up to some shady things that day (the wallet, et al), is it possible he gave this order as the scene commander to cover up for the arrest of a second person who was brought out back to the alley and who might have looked similar to Oswald? Chris
  8. Thanks, DVP. I've watched dozens of hours of material that you have collected. Always appreciated. Chris
  9. The canceled Esquire article is good, but the transcripts make for even better reading. For instance, I had not known that Escalante claimed Cubela told him in 1978 that he met David Morales in Paris in Sept of 63.
  10. I have to say it's a good read so far. I was not aware that GDM had been sent to Yugoslavia in 1957 by a CIA front company. Nice job for a guy whose FBI file is full of Internal Security reports of him being a Communist.
  11. And why is there a black bar at the bottom of the frames only during the B&W section? I wish I could see the whole version of this to compare. David, do you have a link to which version you took this gif from? Best, Chris
  12. Interesting review. I'd be pretty curious to read James D's take on this book.
  13. Thanks, Chris. I did find a place called Film Rescue International that will still develop Kodachrome. But since the chemical process was kept secret when Kodak stopped using it, they can only develop in B&W. http://www.filmrescue.com/old-movie-film-developing/ -Chris
  14. Chris, I'm sure you've mentioned this in an earlier post somewhere. But is it your opinion that Zapruder shot in slow motion (48 FB's) and that that film was altered at Hawkeye Works to bring it down to 18.3 fps? Do you also feel that they made splices in the film such as the turn? And that they cropped the field of view at the bottom? Just wanted to make sure I knew where you (and perhaps David as well) stood on the film. I seemed to remember a photo of you standing in the place Zaprider was. Did you take some test film of your own? Recently I obtained one of the B&H Directors cameras
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