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Elsie Dorman was a 57 years old employee employed in a clerical position at the Scott-Foresman Co. in the TSBD on the day of the assassination. Her FBI statement of 11-24-63 stated she was in the 4th floor offices of Scott-Forseman, seated on the floor with the windows open filming the motorcade, when it first appeared on Houston Street. In her March 20, 1964 statement for the WC she said she was using her husband’s camera and was not too familiar with its operation. This has led some to state she was a horrible photographer and was the worst photographer that day. That is simply not t
Separate Realities: A view from the Lady in the High Castle We only have two views of the South West corner of Elm Street and Houston Street. These views are from the Zapruder film and the Elsie Dorman film. Isn’t that strange? Isn’t that very, very strange. Only Elsie Dorman in the TSBD was filming? No one in front of the TSBD or in Mannequin Row was taking pictures? No one was taking photos further down Elm St. towards the freeway signs? No one was taking photos in the crosswalk on North Houston? No one was taking pictures in the crosswalk of East Elm St.? No one was ta
Good Day .... Happy New Year, + wishing all the Best for you + your Loved Ones! Because AOL ceased its files transfer protocol (FTP) service, within one of my public President Kennedy assassination visual files, I have updated for you the free Dealey Plaza detailed map (that includes the additional 5 followup important graphs, charts, + information). The detailed DP map is always available for you, here (updated in 2017).... https://i.imgur.com/8vSS1dp.gif + I have also updated the exact same Dealey Plaza map (without the 5 followup important graphs + charts), that