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Mary Moorman

Jim Murray Dallas Times Herald

Recently we managed to have some scans made of someones archive (his name shall be kept a secret for now). In his collection (that was plundered by many before us) we found a contact sheet belonging to Jim Murray of the Dallas Times Herald.

We can see Mary Moorman, Larry Florer, Charles Brehm, the cordoning off the TSBD and a peek inside a cafe. A lot of these photographs were shown first in That Day In Dallas by Richard Trask.

Moorman shadow Altgens 6

At Greg Burnham’s forum (the guy who doesn’t want anything to do with discussing Prayer Man yet buys the Google adwords for it!) a discussion was started about the shadow of Mary Moorman in Altgens 6, how odd it was that her shadow made her look taller than Jean Hill when she was actually shorter.

This is easy to explain: Moorman was standing in front of Jean Hill therefore enlarging herself with regards to her position towards the sun (see the last pic) and  that James Altgens stood on the street when taking that picture and when the limo went past him he stood on the edge of the grass and the curb.

There is your answer.

Nor is there anything wrong about Charles Brehm’s hands, perfectly normal. The shadow may indicate that it shows he has his hands above his head but as you can see he does not, it looks that way because of the position of the sun on that day, it has the same effect on the motorcycles.

The original Altgens 6 is a goner, but this is not evidence of fakery.

Then again Jim “everything is fake” Fetzer will beg to differ………..