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          In "The Men Who Killed Kennedy" DVD, Gordon Arnold details having parked his car in the general area Behind the Zapruder Pergola.  Arnold said he was prevented from taking a viewing/filming position on the Overpass, at which point he decided to walk along the entire length of the picket fence while searching for a point from which to film JFK. Once Arnold reached the end of the fence, he walked around to the other side of the fence. He then walked directly toward Elm St, stopping at a point that was West of The Steps and adjacent to the Black Dog Man position. This was the position from which Arnold claimed to have filmed JFK. After being confronted and surrendering his film, Arnold said he Immediately left Dealey Plaza.  Arnold claiming to have parked somewhere behind the Zapruder Pergola, would DQ him as possibly being the Shadow Man. Arnold would have no business being in the Shadow Man position, if he parked behind the Pergola, and Immediately left Dealey Plaza after being accosted.  Arnold's claimed filming position does give credence to the possibility of his being the Black Dog Man.   

Hi Royell, How are you today my brilliant dear friend! If you watch at the very beginning of the full Gordon Arnold interview, it appears that Mr. Gordon Arnold is pointing more towards the Lee Bowers' Tower area for his parking place. At around the 2:48 mark, Mr. Arnold said the man with the uniform and no hat went towards the Lee Bowers' Tower area, and Mr. Arnold went more in Shadowman's direction towards the TSBD. To me Mr. Arnold has a quirky stance with his right elbow out as seen in Shadowman, the Murray 2 photo, and the interview when he is walking in front of the pergola. Thank you as always for your intelligent input! With Much Gratitude and Admiration, Michael
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Hi Everybody, In this short Hughes film clip posted on YouTube by Mr. Denis Morissette, we may see two people who Mr. Gordon Arnold discussed in his interview. At the far left of the screen appears a police officer who may not be wearing a hat. Then more in the middle background towards the right is a large man wearing an overcoat, hat, and glasses. This person could be future 2nd Director of the FBI Clarence M. Kelley. Perhaps he was the "CIA Agent" who told Mr. Arnold to leave the area twice. Thank you for your time. Sincerely yours, Michael
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I think people are seeing what they want to in these photos. It is definitely a person walking towards the TSBD, but that is all that can be made out.


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I think people are seeing what they want to in these photos. It is definitely a person walking towards the TSBD, but that is all that can be made out.

And? are we supposed to just give up trying to discover any more about this situation or should we just not bother.

Just because you cannot see anything further in these pictures doesn't mean there's nothing there for anyone else to dissect.

Take the first picture posted on this entire thread, the supposed 'shadow man'. It's darkened so much you cannot see any features of the person. It clearly looks like a shady person just walking away from the area of most interest in the assassination of JFK. Obviously this person is of MASSIVE interest.

In fact, the darkened, sinister figure creates so much interest that you cannot but think this person was somehow involved in something wrong. But as with much of the photography that would reveal the true character of the shooting of JFK in the plaza the key figures are blurred or darkened. Disfigured so you cannot identify.





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                 (1) The viewer does Not know with certainty if the Shadow Man is in motion. This could be a stunned/confused Lookie Lou.

                 (2) The time line with respect to how long After the Kill Shot was fired, vs Exactly when the Shadow Man photo was taken = debatable.


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And? are we supposed to just give up trying to discover any more about this situation or should we just not bother.

Just because you cannot see anything further in these pictures doesn't mean there's nothing there for anyone else to dissect.

Take the first picture posted on this entire thread, the supposed 'shadow man'. It's darkened so much you cannot see any features of the person. It clearly looks like a shady person just walking away from the area of most interest in the assassination of JFK. Obviously this person is of MASSIVE interest.

In fact, the darkened, sinister figure creates so much interest that you cannot but think this person was somehow involved in something wrong. But as with much of the photography that would reveal the true character of the shooting of JFK in the plaza the key figures are blurred or darkened. Disfigured so you cannot identify.


Wow! What an aggressive response! All I am saying is that people claiming to see guns or cameras in that darkened blob are seeing what they want to.



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@ Scott Brookfield

It wasn't meant to be aggressive to you personally. It was more a point to the subjectivity of photography - in the eye of the beholder.

No offense intended!


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