On November 22, 1963, two bystanders, Orville Nix and Abraham Zapruder, filmed the presidential motorcade in Dealey Plaza. They both captured the same moment after Kennedy was shot: Nix from afar (top) and Zapruder from close-up (bottom).
The images come from Robin Unger’s indispensable JFK Assassination Photo Galleries.
The original version of Orville Nix’s film was seized by government agent and vanished. The only extant version is a copy that was later returned to Nix.
Parallax is defined as “a displacement or difference in the apparent position of an object viewed along two different lines of sight.”
The Parallax View is the name of one of the best JFK-inspired Hollywood movies, starring Warren Beatty as a reporter who asks too many questions.
The crown jewel of Mr. Morley’s work details his discovery that a retired CIA officer named George Joannides was called back to Washington to stall a re-investigation of the assassination by the House of Representatives in the late 1970s.
As editor of JFK Facts, Morley is the leader of JFK investigative journalism. He
–broke the story of Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly’s JFK lie, which CNN picked up.
–successfully sued the CIA for long-secret JFK files–and the New York Times paid attention.
Morley’s latest investigation, CIA and JFK: The Secret Assassination Files, available on Amazon, provides the fullest account of the role of CIA operations officers in the events leading to the death of JFK.
Morley reveals what’s in the thousands of long-suppressed JFK files scheduled to be declassified in October 2017.
Buy it now.