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Offline Chris Davidson

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Re: A Candidate For Prayer Person?
« Reply #20 on: December 09, 2019, 09:06:16 AM »



How many Wiegman frames are there with double heads and the side wall in focus?

Offline Mark A. Oblazney

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Re: A Candidate For Prayer Person?
« Reply #21 on: December 09, 2019, 11:21:57 AM »
You're four months early.... featuring "some guy" who was unknown until circa 2009, born in 1931, died in 2018, offered no verifiable proof of his claims,
and who also claimed he saw what he imagined was a "railroad worker," disembark from a black car, (or for that matter, the "railroad worker or Mr. Duvall's commercial vehicle) not captured in any known still or moving image, and walk on the grassy knoll, (or whatever) with what might have been a rifle concealed in a leg of the coveralls he was attired in. Not only are the black car, the railroad worker, his sighting of Oswald, and his textbook delivery vehicle unverified, Duvall's presence is unmentioned in any witness account.

Why not proclaim you've achieved your goal in your next post, and just call it a day?

Out of consideration for readers who could be doing something else (like scooping up and weighing their navel lint) instead of wading through tens of future pages of this thread, I thought it would be considerate to get these insurmountable challenges to the potential of this thread informing anyone of anything, out of the way sooner rather than later.
Thank you, Tom+

Offline Alan Ford

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Re: A Candidate For Prayer Person?
« Reply #22 on: December 09, 2019, 11:42:50 AM »
How many Wiegman frames are there with double heads and the side wall in focus?


The distinctive 'double head at double elevation' phenomenon does not appear in the Lovelady@LowerElevation frames, Mr Davidson, so I'm not sure why you are posting one of them here. (His head in the out-of-focus frame you have posted is being stretched btw--------different thing altogether, and not relevant!)

Now, turning to the Lovelady@UpperElevation frames...

At a conservative estimate, the following four frames show the double head and the side wall in (some) focus:



It is possible that, in one or two of the even sharper frames elsewhere in this Lovelady@UpperElevation sequence, Mr Oswald's features were evident enough to merit targeting for obscuring (as was the case for the entire Lovelady@LowerElevation sequence). But------------due to the apparent movement of Mr Oswald's head-------------I'm not quite convinced this would have been necessary.

I must reiterate the key point here: the distinctive 'double head at double elevation' phenomenon attaches itself uniquely to Mr Lovelady. Lots of blur, image-stretching, etc. elsewhere, but only Mr Lovelady manages to get a second head with a will of its own across multiple frames. And that would be the same Mr Lovelady who uniquely manages to attract an impossible shadow to his body--------------an impossible shadow that has the remarkable property that it can get in front of a car aerial!



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Offline Alan Ford

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Re: A Candidate For Prayer Person?
« Reply #23 on: December 09, 2019, 11:52:48 AM »
Thank you, Tom+

There you go, Mr Scully----------another pat on the head from a rabid LNer-------------and another item for the folder marked 'People Praising Moi'. Maybe one day Mr O'Blazney will even write a Book in Which you are (~gasp~) Cited! :P

Offline Thomas Graves

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Re: A Candidate For Prayer Person?
« Reply #24 on: December 09, 2019, 11:55:54 AM »
There you go, Mr Scully----------another pat on the head from a rabid LNer-------------and another item for the folder marked 'People Praising Moi'. Maybe one day Mr O'Blazney will even write a Book in Which you are (~gasp~) Cited! :P

Funny seeing a tinfoil hat conspiracy theorist call a so-called Lone Nutter "rabid".

--  MWT  ;)

Offline Alan Ford

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Re: A Candidate For Prayer Person?
« Reply #25 on: December 09, 2019, 12:00:06 PM »
Funny seeing a tinfoil hat conspiracy theorist call a so-called Lone Nutter "rabid".

--  MWT  ;)

"I, Mr Thomas Graves, have a rational and straightforward explanation for the dark vertical strip down Lovelady's side in the Wiegman film. Here it is: _________________________"


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Offline Alan Ford

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Re: A Candidate For Prayer Person?
« Reply #26 on: December 09, 2019, 12:15:30 PM »
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4. Mr DuVall claimed to have been sitting on the front steps for the motorcade and to have noticed the black car when JFK "came down Main to turn right". You say there is no still or moving image of this event. Can you kindly point us to the still and/or moving images taken of the front of the Depository when JFK was on Main Street about to turn right?  Thumb1:
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Mr Howard Brennan spoke of a strangely parked Oldsmobile by the TSBD just before the assassination, which had disappeared when the assassination was over. Does anyone here know if he ever mentioned what color that car was?

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Offline Chris Davidson

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Re: A Candidate For Prayer Person?
« Reply #27 on: December 09, 2019, 06:11:53 PM »
The distinctive 'double head at double elevation' phenomenon does not appear in the Lovelady@LowerElevation frames, Mr Davidson, so I'm not sure why you are posting one of them here. (His head in the out-of-focus frame you have posted is being stretched btw--------different thing altogether, and not relevant!)
Dormon had a lot of camera movement as she was filming.
Is this double image another instance of "stretching" while the rest of the frame blurs?

The "in-focus" frame contains no double image.

Offline John Mytton

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Re: A Candidate For Prayer Person?
« Reply #28 on: December 09, 2019, 07:28:01 PM »
Mr Howard Brennan spoke of a strangely parked Oldsmobile by the TSBD just before the assassination, which had disappeared when the assassination was over. Does anyone here know if he ever mentioned what color that car was?

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It's wonderful that you trust Mr Brennan to identify an Oldsmobile because Brennan also identified Oswald with a rifle at the 6th floor sniper's nest window at the exact time of the assassination, you know the window with the 3 shells and on the same floor was Oswald's hidden rifle.

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Offline Thomas Graves

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Re: A Candidate For Prayer Person?
« Reply #29 on: December 09, 2019, 07:40:36 PM »
It's wonderful that you trust Mr Brennan to identify an Oldsmobile because Brennan also identified Oswald with a rifle at the 6th floor sniper's nest window at the exact time of the assassination, you know the window with the 3 shells and on the same floor was Oswald's hidden rifle.

JohnM

John,

I believe that old Oldsmobile was still there several minutes (if not hours) after the assassination.

It's the one near the police motorcycle that people were standing around, listening to its radio, iirc.

--  MWT   ;)

 

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