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Muchmore film split into (8) GIFS  (Read 3692 times)

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In the second gif, filmed shortly before the president passed by, I see a Rambler station wagon next to a car pulling the boat.  Behind the Rambler is a 1961 Chevrolet with mud up to the windows as described by Lee Bowers

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It's a shame this comment got buried. Fascinating discovery. The car does look like an Impala. I can't quite tell if that's mud or shadow we are seeing on the lower part of the car. It's important to pin down at what time this was filmed. How long before or after Bowers sees the car circling the parking lot behind the pergola is this? Some of the other amateur photographers also took early sequences at the corner of Houston and Main. Maybe the car appears in one of those. I'll check it out.


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Wes,

It's a shame this comment got buried. Fascinating discovery. The car does look like an Impala. I can't quite tell if that's mud or shadow we are seeing on the lower part of the car. It's important to pin down at what time this was filmed. How long before or after Bowers sees the car circling the parking lot behind the pergola is this? Some of the other amateur photographers also took early sequences at the corner of Houston and Main. Maybe the car appears in one of those. I'll check it out.

Yes, I find it interesting.  If I was a cop and I was looking for a 1961 Impala with mud on the doors, I would certainly pull l this guy over.  He was less than a block away.  It is also strange that the Chevy is following a Rambler Wagon (next to the boat).  They are both heading toward Record Street which runs behind the Old Red Courthouse.  Richard Carr saw a suspicious Rambler wagon parked at the corner of Record and Congress prior to the shooting.


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Yes, I find it interesting.  If I was a cop and I was looking for a 1961 Impala with mud on the doors, I would certainly pull l this guy over.  He was less than a block away.  It is also strange that the Chevy is following a Rambler Wagon (next to the boat).  They are both heading toward Record Street which runs behind the Old Red Courthouse.  Richard Carr saw a suspicious Rambler wagon parked at the corner of Record and Congress prior to the shooting.


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According to Trask in Pictures of the Pain, Muchmore arrived at the corner of Main and Houston Streets sometime around 11:45. However, he does not give an approximate time of when this segment of film was shot. However, traffic is moving freely so this had to be sometime before the motorcade was even close to Dealey Plaza, I would think.


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Yes. Do we know the times the streets were closed off?


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Hi Martin Hinrichs, How have you been kind sir! I was wondering if you could give us any timeline for the Mrs. Marie Muchmore film frames. Thank you for everything that you do my amazing super talented dear friend! Sincerely yours, Michael


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Muchmore Film part 4






If you follow the forward progression of the visor in front of Kellerman vs. the steps on the knoll, the slow down to a near rolling idle becomes obvious during/immediately after the head shot.

Thanks for giving all of us such an excellent version of Moorman, Robin.  Much appreciated !


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