Paul Trejo Posted December 16, 2012 Share Posted December 16, 2012 (edited) ...Robert Earl Croft...was interviewed on November 23, 1963 at the Western States Mission Home on Clarkson St. in Denver. Croft told the two FBI agents "Concerning the weekend events I have almost no recollection of the details." His timeline started out on a LDS missionary trip to Little Rock, Arkansas then to Dealey Plaza, shooting one photo almost simultaneously with Altgens.......using an old Argus C-3 35 MM camera using a roll of 36 exposure Kodachrome-X daylight color slide film. Others who are familiar with some work I did regarding the high quality Kodachrome images taken in front of the Texas Theater, may understand why I am so skeptical that Croft was some sort of benign figure.... Cheers Robert, this is intriguing. For those of us who are unfamiliar with your work on Kodachrome images, please tell us why you're skeptical that this Mormon missionary could have been a benign figure. Best regards, --Paul Trejo Edited December 16, 2012 by Paul Trejo Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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