There was no large wound in the right face. The president’s wounds were a small entrance wound in the pre-tracheal area, a large exit wound in the posterior inferior cranium and bullet entrance wound in the back at T3, 10 centimeters to the right of the spinal column.
A reader writes:
“I have a JFK assassination eye witness story that you’ll find interesting.
“In November of 2013 Dr. Don Curtis spoke at The Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum in Canyon, Texas about his assisting in the emergency room at Parkland when Kennedy was brought in. Dr. Curtis mentioned that he became convinced of a conspiracy years later after seeing that Kennedy’s wounds in autopsy photos did not match what he had seen in person.
“I found out that Dr. Curtis lives in the same city (Amarillo, Texas) as I do, obtained his address, and wrote him a letter asking how the wounds he saw at Parkland compare to the ones seen in the Zapruder film–specifically the large, gaping one in Kennedy’s right front temple. To avoid any confusion, I also sent an enlarged color printout of Z-frame 337.
Dr. Curtis wrote back the following: