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Babushka Lady 24-11-1963 in Andre Leche footage?  (Read 24946 times)

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A profile could be someting like that: a woman middle age, middle class living outside of Dallas, living alone, single or divorced or widow, democrat, with at least high school education,capable to handle a camera, above average iq............

I'd say around 30 yrs old
Living in or near Dallas, east of Dealey Plaza
Went to DP on her own
Did not interact much with other witnesses (speaks little English or is shy?)
Owns a (photo?)camera (I don't know how common this was in 63 in Texas)
Married to someone in the military, someone who works with camera's
May have thought that her photo's didn't matter (like Scaggs)
Didn't show her photo's because Oswald had already been publically declared the sole assassin
Didn't show her photo's on account of her husband or family's relations to the military or government
about 5ft1 or 5ft2 tall
Glasses
Brown hair, a lock of hair showing, a tuft attached with a hairpin?
She's brave
She's curious
She keeps herself to herself

Not saying its her, but in my mind she looks a bit like this lady, Rosemary Causey:



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Have there ever been other candidates, besides B. Oliver?




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I'd say around 30 yrs old
Living in or near Dallas, east of Dealey Plaza
Went to DP on her own
Did not interact much with other witnesses (speaks little English or is shy?)
Owns a (photo?)camera (I don't know how common this was in 63 in Texas)
Married to someone in the military, someone who works with camera's
May have thought that her photo's didn't matter (like Scaggs)
Didn't show her photo's because Oswald had already been publically declared the sole assassin
Didn't show her photo's on account of her husband or family's relations to the military or government
about 5ft1 or 5ft2 tall
Glasses
Brown hair, a lock of hair showing, a tuft attached with a hairpin?
She's brave
She's curious
She keeps herself to herself

Not saying its her, but in my mind she looks a bit like this lady, Rosemary Causey:



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Very interesting.

Rosemary is 5' 1" with a five-year-old mentally-challenged son named Kevin. She lived 1927-2009. Her husband, Max, was made foreman of the Ruby jury; he died in 1997.



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« Last Edit: January 27, 2015, 07:09:49 PM by Jerry Organ »

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Went to DP on her own
you mean she went alone or she went with her own vehicle?




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you mean she went alone or she went with her own vehicle?




She was in the Plaza flying solo, as opposed to many others who were with friends, family or colleagues.
She was last spotted walking east on Elm street and most likely she came to the Plaza from an eastern direction as well.

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What else can we say about her headscarf?
It looks like she is wearing one with a floral pattern, white and blue or white and pink/purple colours?



She wears the headscarf tied under her chin, making less of her face visible.



With a big tuft of hair sticking out, isn't this called a Cosmo-look? I'm just cruising around sixties hair-styles here on amateur-mode.




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Maybe research scarves from Neiman Marcus stores from that time. Or Sears.

It was a fashion then. Today we think it was only for older women.

Good work you're doing!


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Married to someone in the military, someone who works with camera's
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Didn't show her photo's on account of her husband or family's relations to the military or government

hmm very interesting i am start thinking that angle,
let's see,  something like this:
the US Army and Law enforcement personnel in south (and from south), were mostly extreme rightists, racists, JFK haters, anti-communists.
So in BL's quest, we could search for an oppressed army wife of a middle ranked military officer in a base stationed in Dallas or close to Dallas in Texas Area.
BL should be crypto JFK admirer, dressed carefully not to be recognized by anyone in DP.
Maybe visiting DP and seeing JFK was her little-big revolution in all her life.

Now military units close to Dallas....... let's see what about Fort Worth Naval Air Station. Could BL followed JFK all the way from Fort Worth? Sould we search earlier that day and not the next day?











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So many headscarfs! Then again, it was a rainy parade in Fort Worth, lots of rain bonnets and such. I get the idea, from the DP pictures, that Babushka Lady was a modest person, she may not have pushed herself to the front like some of the women you see in the Fort Worth footage. She keeps a distance from the dense crowds lining Main and Houston Street, does not stay behind the picket fence for long, stays on the fringe of the group on Elm Street, breaks free from the group when she is seen in Skaggs taking a picture (?) of the traffic on Elm (?)



Did she go to the Plaza because it was a quieter spot?

Fort Worth Naval Air Station, there's a lead ... how many guys worked there, how many of them were married?

A crypto-admirer, could very well be, remembering how much of a risk JFK's trip to Dallas was considered, and how surprising it was that so many people turned out to be very supportive of Kennedy, or at least very much in awe of his and Jackie's visit.





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i realise that with so much photographers, reporters and amateur camera users in DP only by accident we don't see BL's face.
Also i notice that she stays a lot in DP after the horrific event, following at some point the movement of the crowd to GK, she was shocked and confused but she didn't dissapeared immediately after the event. This maybe says something to a specialist but i can not define exaclty what.
Soldiers in battlefields suffer from traumatic stress even without wounds, only seeing things. This could be another piece of the puzzle.

something else, i read this blog post:
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i have a strong feeling that the analysis is very good and there is big possibility that we finally have BL's face.

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So where is she?  It seems like she would have to be in the Cancellare image.  She’s not on the north side of Elm street.  She clearly would have at least started to cross the street, but she’s not on the steps either, as one can see in the Underwood film.  Where could she be?
I think I f0und her



i don't know if the genius Mr Douglas agrees to the above.


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