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Here is one I just found tonight that ANYONE can see. The windows in Bell are blacked out!

I eagerly await the debunking gyrations on this one. Can't be compression artifacts. Can't be photogrammetry.

Can't be misdiagnosis. The pergola windows there in Moorman are NOT THERE in Bell.

This is a really good proof that Bell has been tampered with to add Sitzman, Zapruder and the Hesters!

Jack

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Here is one I just found tonight that ANYONE can see. The windows in Bell are blacked out!

I eagerly await the debunking gyrations on this one. Can't be compression artifacts. Can't be photogrammetry.

Can't be misdiagnosis. The pergola windows there in Moorman are NOT THERE in Bell.

This is a really good proof that Bell has been tampered with to add Sitzman, Zapruder and the Hesters!

Jack

I think the rather large train has more to do with blocking the windows in Bell than fakery.

And there is an element of photogrammetry because Moorman and Bell are photographing from different elevations. Moorman, who is lower and closer, misses the train so to speak.

Jerry

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It's not just elevation but also line of sight, but yes, it's the train.

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Timing? Location photos taken from?

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The train cars were nearly a hundred yards away. There were lots of cars in between. There was lots of LIGHT

coming through the windows. The train was not close enough to block the entire doorway into solid black.

Willis, for instance, at the same elevation as Bell, shows NO TRAIN. Bronson shows light through the doorway.

The train is not a viable excuse for the blacking in.

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The train cars were nearly a hundred yards away. There were lots of cars in between. There was lots of LIGHT

coming through the windows. The train was not close enough to block the entire doorway into solid black.

Willis, for instance, at the same elevation as Bell, shows NO TRAIN. Bronson shows light through the doorway.

The train is not a viable excuse for the blacking in.

Jack,

You're not doing your best work. You're just trying to pull our tails again, right?

I think we should ask Martin what he thinks.

Martin and I studied the car park and train together for some time.

I believe he might have an expert answer.

Jerry

The train - too far away to show up in the pergola windows and door.

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The train cars were nearly a hundred yards away. There were lots of cars in between. There was lots of LIGHT

coming through the windows. The train was not close enough to block the entire doorway into solid black.

Willis, for instance, at the same elevation as Bell, shows NO TRAIN. Bronson shows light through the doorway.

The train is not a viable excuse for the blacking in.

Jack,

You're not doing your best work. You're just trying to pull our tails again, right?

I think we should ask Martin what he thinks.

Martin and I studied the car park and train together for some time.

I believe he might have an expert answer.

Jerry

The train - too far away to show up in the pergola windows and door.

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I do not concede that the openings in the pergola are blocked by the

Pullman cars.

Willis 5 shows NO PULLMAN CARS in the far distance blocking any window

openings. Nix and Bell show massive tall rail cars blocking all openings in

the pergola. If Willis is genuine, I believe it is impossible for Nix, Bell and

others to be genuine. The rail cars are a great distance away, not close to

the openings. The terrain is flat from the pergola to the tracks. Because of

perspective, the height of the rail cars should decrease as distances increase,

but the opposite is true...they get taller. Willis is shot from the same level

as the rail tracks, and Willis shows no Pullman cars.

Here I compare a Nix frame with a Bell frame. When the height of the

pedestal is made to match, THE ENTIRE CONCRETE WALL MATCHES.

It seems likely that when the entire concrete wall and pedestal match, the

background should be similar...but look at the red boxes...there are

are numerous mismatch anomalies.

These are not the only reasons I believe that Nix, Bell, and other

films and photos are altered...just one more of a host of other anomalies.

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The train cars were nearly a hundred yards away. There were lots of cars in between. There was lots of LIGHT

coming through the windows. The train was not close enough to block the entire doorway into solid black.

Willis, for instance, at the same elevation as Bell, shows NO TRAIN. Bronson shows light through the doorway.

The train is not a viable excuse for the blacking in.

Jack,

You're not doing your best work. You're just trying to pull our tails again, right?

I think we should ask Martin what he thinks.

Martin and I studied the car park and train together for some time.

I believe he might have an expert answer.

Jerry

The train - too far away to show up in the pergola windows and door.

BTrain.png

I do not concede that the openings in the pergola are blocked by the

Pullman cars.

Willis 5 shows NO PULLMAN CARS in the far distance blocking any window

openings. Nix and Bell show massive tall rail cars blocking all openings in

the pergola. If Willis is genuine, I believe it is impossible for Nix, Bell and

others to be genuine. The rail cars are a great distance away, not close to

the openings. The terrain is flat from the pergola to the tracks. Because of

perspective, the height of the rail cars should decrease as distances increase,

but the opposite is true...they get taller. Willis is shot from the same level

as the rail tracks, and Willis shows no Pullman cars.

Here I compare a Nix frame with a Bell frame. When the height of the

pedestal is made to match, THE ENTIRE CONCRETE WALL MATCHES.

It seems likely that when the entire concrete wall and pedestal match, the

background should be similar...but look at the red boxes...there are

are numerous mismatch anomalies.

These are not the only reasons I believe that Nix, Bell, and other

films and photos are altered...just one more of a host of other anomalies.

Here is ANOTHER reason Nix is retouched...YOU CAN SEE THE RETOUCHING!

I did this study nearly 40 years ago. I stand by it.

Jack

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I do not concede that the openings in the pergola are blocked by the

Pullman cars.

Willis 5 shows NO PULLMAN CARS in the far distance blocking any window

openings. Nix and Bell show massive tall rail cars blocking all openings in

the pergola. If Willis is genuine, I believe it is impossible for Nix, Bell and

others to be genuine. The rail cars are a great distance away, not close to

the openings. The terrain is flat from the pergola to the tracks. Because of

perspective, the height of the rail cars should decrease as distances increase,

but the opposite is true...they get taller. Willis is shot from the same level

as the rail tracks, and Willis shows no Pullman cars......

......

Jack,

I'm going away for the weekend but while I'm gone why don't you do a line of sight analysis for the Willis location v. Bell, Nix and Bond.

Of course there's no train in Willis - if there were then we'd know Willis was faked- because his camera isn't pointed at the train!

On the other hand, Bell, Nix and Bond are. Try it out. Can't film the train if your cameras pointed somewhere else.

Jerry

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The train cars were nearly a hundred yards away. There were lots of cars in between. There was lots of LIGHT

coming through the windows. The train was not close enough to block the entire doorway into solid black.

Willis, for instance, at the same elevation as Bell, shows NO TRAIN. Bronson shows light through the doorway.

The train is not a viable excuse for the blacking in.

Jack,

You're not doing your best work. You're just trying to pull our tails again, right?

I think we should ask Martin what he thinks.

Martin and I studied the car park and train together for some time.

I believe he might have an expert answer.

Jerry

The train - too far away to show up in the pergola windows and door.

BTrain.png

I do not concede that the openings in the pergola are blocked by the

Pullman cars.

Willis 5 shows NO PULLMAN CARS in the far distance blocking any window

openings. Nix and Bell show massive tall rail cars blocking all openings in

the pergola. If Willis is genuine, I believe it is impossible for Nix, Bell and

others to be genuine. The rail cars are a great distance away, not close to

the openings. The terrain is flat from the pergola to the tracks. Because of

perspective, the height of the rail cars should decrease as distances increase,

but the opposite is true...they get taller. Willis is shot from the same level

as the rail tracks, and Willis shows no Pullman cars.

Here I compare a Nix frame with a Bell frame. When the height of the

pedestal is made to match, THE ENTIRE CONCRETE WALL MATCHES.

It seems likely that when the entire concrete wall and pedestal match, the

background should be similar...but look at the red boxes...there are

are numerous mismatch anomalies.

These are not the only reasons I believe that Nix, Bell, and other

films and photos are altered...just one more of a host of other anomalies.

Here is ANOTHER reason Nix is retouched...YOU CAN SEE THE RETOUCHING!

I did this study nearly 40 years ago. I stand by it.

Jack

Nutters seem afraid to address this study. Why? Because it IS OBVIOUSLY

RETOUCHED, and they would have to admit the Nix film is retouched.

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Hey, Jack? What's a nutter?

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What are the characteristics of a nutter? How do you spot one?

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