Robert Turner's website - now concerning the assassination of John F. Kennedy

Although I originally set up this website to advertise my skills with the inputting of data, (quickly - using macros or something similar), and the analysis of data, (especially using Access and Excel); I have now turned the site over to showing images and thoughts regarding the person who fired the final, fatal shot that killed President Kennedy...

Not wishing to waste the time of visitors to this site - I suggest you look at the image below, and in particular the right hand and arm of the figure in blue, and also what seems to be a mask that the figure in red has on 'her' face. This film has been taken from one of the film clips taken by an onlooker at the time, (Abraham Zapruder).

If you think that both figures look like 'normal' woman caught up in these events, then there's no great point in your looking further on this website, and I thank you for your interest. (You might like to take part in an informal competition, where I am offering some money to - either help to prove my assertions, or emphatically disprove them.)

But if, especially with the figure in blue, you think that 'her' right hand and arm are definitely not real, then I invite you to take a look at the images and arguments below, and elsewhere on this site, where I put forward arguments to say that these two figures both had concealed weapons and shot at the president, one of them hitting the president with the fatal shot that killed him.

This is an image that has been taken from some that I have been sent from NARA, and are taken from 35mm slides that were taken from the original Zapruder film. (This is from frame 303 - about 10/17 of a second before the fatal shot). Thanks to William Wade, Alexandra Geitz at NARA, and Mark Davies and Marj Atkinson at the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, for their help in making this and others available to me.) I have also taken the original file and run it through some software called Focus Magic in the hope of getting just a little bit more clarity - see that page on this site.

Two figures - closeup, from frame 303

A quick recap - John F. Kennedy was assassinated on the 22nd November 1963. A lone assassin - Lee Harvey Oswald was considered to be the cause, but he was killed himself two days later. But were there other people involved? The possibility of the fatal shot being fired from behind and to the left, is put forward strongly by Colin McLaren in a book - 'JFK - The Smoking Gun' and a recent TV programme...

Part of his findings was that it seemed that the fatal bullet was an exploding one, and that this bullet was of a different kind to those fired from a sniper rifle from the Texas Book Store Repository. Also that the final bullet came from behind and to the left of the president. He, and another investigator, Howard Donahue, believe that this bullet came from one of the secret service agents, fired by mistake. This latter point seems hard to believe - and I believe that it really came from one of these two figures that can be seen in an amateur film that was made at the time by Abraham Zapruder. The two figures come into view behind the president's limousine, and two shots are heard just at the time when each one is at an optimum time to take a shot at the president in a gap between motorcycle outriders and Jacqui Kennedy's head, the fatal shot seeming to be the second of those shots. This website explores what photographic/film evidence there is regarding these two people, and attempts are made, especially with Adobe Photoshop, to bring out suspicious shapes that can be seen in the head and clothing of the two figures...

With the figure in blue, I think that 'her' right hand and arm are artificial and are part of a frame/harness of some kind which holds a gun and also there is some sort of sighting attachment and/or remote triggering device which is viewed at eye level - notice how intently the figure in blue is looking in the direction of the president. The person in blue is supposed to be a woman called Mary Moorman, who claimed to be taking a photograph with a camera at eye level, and who had/has two good hands and arms. The figure in red is supposed to be Mary Moorman's friend, Jean Hill, who was indeed tall, but surely not with that appearance! So, if you think there is definitely something very strange about both of them, then I hope you will agree that there are a number of things that must follow from this... (See more, on this website, in two pages where Close up images are looked at in more details....)



I think it's only necessary to say that the figure in blue's real right hand is not what appears at 'her' right side and face, but is hidden somewhere, and that the figure in red is wearing a mask - in order that the following can be reasonably thought to be true...


The other pages on this website give more ideas and images based on this theory, and the pages showing close ups of the two figures show shapes that I have been able to bring out using Adobe Photoshop, and which seems to constitute the nearest that can be arrived at for a 'proof' of this assertion. With the other pages, the 'Frames from Zapruder film' attempts to show the movements of the two figures as the limousine goes by. 'Kennedy-My theory' is a summing up of some of the suspicious things about the two figures. If I am right then the real Mary Moorman and Jean Hill have to appear on the scene afterwards, and the page 'Afterwards' looks into this, as well as how the real Mary Moorman can produce photographs when the figure in blue was really firing gunshots, (as I believe).
There are links to other sites, and emails can be sent to me through the contact page.