THE CASE FOR CONSPIRACY (NEW FRONTIERS VIDEOS)
3:08: Films from Love Field to Dealey Plaza.
10:08 to 10:11: Darnell film. People cross street. Underpass seen in the background
10:09: Bell film. People running up the grassy knoll. KRLD reporter Jim Underwood at 10:10 on top left.
10:30 to 10:32: Darnell film: People run to bridge where a patrolman is located.
KRLD Underwood film of people rushing up the grassy knoll
10:44 to 10:49: WFAA L’Hoste film from top of grassy knoll in the direction of Elm Street. Other B&W films of the cars heading to Parkland.
On the way to Parkland
10:58 to 11:25: Films and photos before the arrival to Parkland
11:08 to 11:20: Possibly the lead car on the highway rushing to Parkland
12:05 to 12:25: WFAA footage on the way to Parkland
12:25 to 12:41: Parkland in color (Atkins).
12:28: Wiegman (black hat) seen filming
12:41 to 12:47: B&W footage of priests
12:46 to 14:08: Malcom Kilduff, President’s press secretary announces JFK’s death at Parkland
13:07: 3 reporters are taking notes.
14:09 to 14:20: In parking lot behind the grassy knoll
14:09 to 14:12: Roger Craig and Eddy Walthers
14:12: WBAP cameraman Jim Darnell filming
14:15: Unidentified man between cars with camera?
14:20 to 14:23: Color footage of the Depository. Unknown if taken on November 22 or 23 and by who.
14:23 to 14:27: Paschall film shows underpass.
14:32 to 14:39: Head shot
14:50 to 14:56: Officer Gerald Hill and reporter Jim Ewell arrive in Dealey Plaza
14:59: CBS cameraman Steve Perringer with a camera in left hand
15:00 to 15:01: Buddy Walthers with H.H. Davis, Chief Investigator for the District Attorney Office. He also assisted with Florer’s arrest (See The Story Behind the Story, 1:12:07)
15:06 to 15:08: Grassy knoll.
15:08 to 15:12: Charles Brehm interviewed before he is led away by a policeman
15:12 to 15:18: Crowd in front of the Depository
15:16: Phil Willis on the left. The cameraman on the right is Don Cook of KTVT.
Seems to be Willis in the middle-right in this film, and the above cameraman on the left.
15:18 to 15:22: Depository employees put in a police car (See 13:07)
15:22 to 15:28: People are let in the Depository (B&W). 15:27: The man in white hat and carrying his raincoat on his left shoulder is possibly the same man as film by Darnell in the parking lot.
15:28 to 15:34: Bell film of the Depository from a building later in the afternoon
15:34: Focus on cops with guns looking up the Depository (B&W).
15:34: Press photographer William Allen
15:37 to 15:42: Unknown camerawoman. She could be the woman in blue in the Dorman film.
15:42 to 16:02: Firemen getting into the Depository
15:47 to 15:55: Charles Brehm led away by police
15:55 to 16:02: DCA film shows fire truck and the KRLD car
16:12: Hughes film of the Depository
16:04 to 16:09: Hughes film blow-up of the sniper’s window
16:09 to 16:46: Powell photo, blow-up and Groden’s analysis
16:47 to 17:43: Alyea film on 6th floor. Very poor quality, but some parts have rarely been published. These are from 17:28 to 17:32.
16:47: A deputy sheriff is looking out a window. EDIT: Unknown if this is on the 6th or 5th floor.
16:52: Several deputy sheriffs on top of a pile of boxes
17:02: Deputy Sheriff Bill Wiseman tries to pull out something from between boxes
17:09: An investigator with something between his two fingers. Then seen stepping down
17:18: A man (probably Roy Truly) runs his fingers on the windows
17:22: DPD photographer Studebaker takes pictures from the top of boxes, probably of where the rifle is/was
17:24: Carl Day removes a rifle between boxes. Several investigators are looking at the rifle.
17:31 to 17:42: Carl Day takes the rifle and looks at it. He shows it to Fritz.
17:42: End of the Alyea film
17:43 to 17:47: DCA color film: Witness Amos Euins on a 3-wheeler ridden by D.V. Harkness.
17:47 to 18:01: Various films and photos taken in Dealey Plaza
Unknown film (B&W).
18:01 to 18:01: B&W footage focusing on Depository
Marrion Baker going into Depository
18:06 to 18:23: Camera pans from the bridge to grassy knoll
18:23 to 18:36: People on grassy knoll
Various photos in Dealey Plaza
From 18:36: Discussion of various photos taken in Dealey Plaza. Lots of medical
discussion in the middle
1:13:58: Silent clip showing Dr. Humes testifying to the HSCA
Black Dog Man
1:27:15 to 1:33:45: Black Dog Man discussion
1:32:32: Among the first people at the top of the grassy knoll
1:33:17: Man hiding in Nix film?
1:33:26: Black Dog Man in Willis
1:33:30: Black Dog Man in Betzner
HSCA re-enactment on the 6th floor
1:33:49 and 1:34:51: Rifleman in window for HSCA
1:36:05: Rifleman behind the fence in Moorman
1:37:09: Badgeman, Groden says in the video that Badgeman was discovered by Jimmy Carter’s sister-in-law in 1978 when he showed her the Moorman photo.