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Posted for Jack White..

When TGZFH came out, John Costella was widely criticized for his observations

about numerous "RAIN SENSORS" throughout Dealey Plaza. Now the saga

continues.

Early this year, a Dallas attorney named Josh Turin read the book and volunteered

to me and John to go to the plaza and take photos of the present state of things.

I am going to explain this in a series of postings, because each of John's composites

of his and Turin's photos need differen explanations.

This first one is a TYPICAL one that shows ALL THE SENSORS HAVE BEEN REMOVED.

The question...Why have the sensors been removed?

I will explain each composite as I add it.

Jack

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Quote: ""When TGZFH came out, John Costella was widely criticized for his observations

about numerous "RAIN SENSORS" throughout Dealey Plaza. Now the saga

continues.""

Early this year, a Dallas attorney named Josh Turin read the book and volunteered

to me and John to go to the plaza and take photos of the present state of things.

I am going to explain this in a series of postings, because each of John's composites

of his and Turin's photos need differen explanations.

This first one is a TYPICAL one that shows ALL THE SENSORS HAVE BEEN REMOVED.

The question...Why have the sensors been removed?""

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The saga continues. Signs wear out fast in Dealey Plaza. For no apparent reason

this highway sign was completely replaced in a new location with the same wording.

The question...Why was the perfectly good sign replaced and moved?

Jack

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Quote : ""The saga continues. Signs wear out fast in Dealey Plaza. For no apparent reason

this highway sign was completely replaced in a new location with the same wording.

The question...Why was the perfectly good sign replaced and moved.""

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The saga continues. The back of the new sign. It has no rain sensor like the old

sign. I guess that to remove the sensor, they just had to make a whole new sign?

The question...Why was the perfectly good sign replaced and moved?

Jack

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Quote ""The saga continues. The back of the new sign. It has no rain sensor like the old

sign. I guess that to remove the sensor, they just had to make a whole new sign?

The question...Why was the perfectly good sign replaced and moved?""

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The saga concludes (as far as we know). The lamppost near the underpass, which

had already been moved once in the past, HAS BEEN MOVED AGAIN, from the

sidewalk up onto the grassy slope, and HAS BEEN CHANGED TO A SHORTER

POLE with a DIFFERENT STYLE BASE!

The things in Dealey Plaza sure wear out fast from people looking at them and

taking photos of them. Lots of wear and tear, requiring frequent replacement.

There may be other changes. These are the only four we have photos of.

The question...Why was this perfectly good lamppost totally changed and

repositioned?

These are not trivial questions. Changes like this require reasons. Why the

expense and bother TO CHANGE THINGS FROM THE WAY THEY WERE IN

1963? Or IS that the reason?

Jack White

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