Mary Moorman- Who Shot Mary’s Polaroid? Part II A
This is an amendment to Mary Moorman Part II due to an error in recognition of a particular character in this Orville Nix frame.
This frame was published in Part II and later removed. Some folks have read this discussion before it was amended and the frame removed. This amendment will lessen their confusion if they come back and re-read the article. The problem is essentially identifying the lady in black dress with one leg as the Lady in Blue. They are very similar except for this lady being one legged.
I didn’t examine the photo frame closely. I just took the man in front of the lady as Charles Brehm and didn’t pay attention to the man on the right who, I just wrote it off as a Nix anomaly. Charles Brehm’s son is not there or any small child.
Upon inspecting the frame closer I notice the highway sign across the street and judged it to be the Stemmons Freeway sign. But, that doesn’t go well with the Jackie Kennedy / Clint Hill trunk scene shown here. Well, what sign is it then? It has to be the Fort Worth highway sign.
Okay, but, it doesn’t look right. The sign looks like it has been painted over rather than in shadow. You can see grass through the legs and one leg seems less solid then the other. The borders of the sign are not uniform but, wavy. I read somewhere they used 4 X 8 plywood sheets to construct these highway signs. These sheets have straight, uniform edges. The shadow is cast straight to the right indicating the sun is behind the Triple Underpass directly to the west. This is a position that would give you a time of about 6:00 pm rather than 12:30 pm.
I suspect noticing the abnormal things found are a way to compensate for making an error. Let’s return to the error. After doing some research on the Fort Worth sign I went to Zapruder and found this frame, 369. Z frame 369 alerted me to the fact I didn’t identify who the lady in the frame was correctly.
There are some differences in the way people are arranged in the Nix and Zapruder frames. But, there is enough similarity to point out the woman in the frame is not the Lady in Blue as I originally thought. This Zapruder frame shows a young boy that is not in Nix but, should be.
There is too much distance between the two. The Lady in Blue can be seen beginning at Z frames 275-276 and the scene above is about Z frame 400. If everything else in the Zapruder film has to be looked at carefully, I am finding that frame count is a good yardstick using Z frame numbers base on 1 foot per frame. There is over 100 feet distance between the Stemmons sign and the Fort Worth Sign.
While researching the Fort Worth sign I thought of Altgens 7. Altgens 7 should show this sign clearly and it will be a way of authenticating the Fort Worth sign. But, guess what? Things never work out as you think when dealing with Dealey Plaza events. Here is Altgens 7.
I first thought well this photo is enlarged and the section having the sign is cut off. But, that doesn’t work. If that was so this would then show photo editing of just that section to enlarge that portion just to cut out the sign. Why? Does that even make sense?
Here is a montage showing the sign and lack of sign. The center frame is a crop from the Wilma Bond photo 6. Reality in Dealey Plaza on the afternoon of the assassination is something else. Can you tell what is real and what is not real?
We already know Altgens 7 is a fraud. We now the Nix film is also fraudulent in many parts. I don’t know about Wilma Bond. The absence of the BB Lady in the photo is a point to say it is authentic. Then you have Officer Foster on the Triple Underpass with the railroad workers to his right (picture right) and you can see the Ghost Train behind Office Foster on the underpass if you look closely.
If you add all this up the sign in Nix could be the Stemmons sign. The lady in Nix could be the Lady in Blue. This could be a scene taken from further back on Elm St. to the east and edited to give one the proper scene to match other media. And, what has just been stated could be all hot air or, maybe smoke and mirrors would be a better descriptor. Who knows?
The Nix frame has many features that indicate photo editing. But, why edit? What is there to hide or enhance. Maybe, it is to bolster the images in the Zapruder film?