UNSOLVED HISTORY: JFK CONSPIRACY (DISCOVERY CHANNEL)
Secret Service re-enactment film
5:00: Recreation of Oswald’s position at the window
6:40 to 6:45: Blow-ups
6:49 to 6:52: Great copies of 2 Willis photos
Secret Service film
6:56: Re-enactment of Oswald’s view at Z-313. Shows a post that could have been hit by a bullet
7:01 to 7:04: Officer Gerald Hill looking up the Depository. The man with glasses behind is possibly DPD photographer Studebaker.
8:06 to 8:34: Alyea film
8:06: Reporter Kent Biffle and a man follow cops in the Depository.
8:10: Investigators and Deputy Constable Seymour Weitzman on the right, looking out a window.
8:13: Several investigators on the 6th floor
8:21: Carl Day picking up rifle, and Captain Fritz next to him
8:31: Carl Day trying to find prints on rifle
8:34 to 9:31: Discussion on Carcano rifles
9:28 to 9:36: Several photos showing behind the boxes where shooter hid
9:36 to 13:27: The documentary re-enacts the shots with a sharpshooter
11:28: The Babushka Lady in the Zapruder film (very good quality)
11:29 to 11:32: KRLD cameraman Jim Darnell on the left in the Couch film
13:32: Front of the Depository
13:33: View of Houston. Depository not visible.
13:35: A second before the headshot
13:38-13:41: People running away from Dealey Plaza. Others rushing to grassy knoll.
13:43 to 13:51: Parkland in color (Atkins film)
14:20-14:31: Dealey Plaza scenes (outside and inside the Depository)
14:24: Report Kent Biffle with cops (Same sequence as 8:06)
14:25: Two investigators with handguns in the Depository. Same as the ones looking out a window. See above. Center: Deputy Chief of Police Lumpkin. Right: Deputy Constable Seymour Weitzman.
14:28 to 14:31: Cops and investigators on 6th floor. Carl Day and Fritz examining rifle.
14:37 to 14:43: Scenes on the 6th floor
14:41 to 14:43: Two detectives at the sniper’s window. One seems to be holding something and showing it to Captain William Fritz.
Secret Service film. Re-enactment on 6th floor
14:44: Street post in the way of the shooter, just above JFK’s head
14:58: What a shooter would see from the window
20:03: Shows an SS agent placing rifle between boxes like Oswald did
20:01 to 20:07: 6th floor window blow-up
20:21 to 20:24: People rushing to the grassy knoll
20:24 to 20:27: People rushing to the grassy knoll
20:27 to 20:31
20:33 to 20:41: Scenes in front of Depository
20:34: Lovelady on the steps of Depository
20:41 to 21:11: Documentary continues its re-enactment.
21:11 to 21:21: Couch film. Partial version. Officer Baker rushing to the Depository.
Looks like a citizen arrest was made on a Black man. People are walking down the grassy knoll.
21:21: Sewer shot spot
24:23 to 24:32: Dealey Plaza scenes
24:25: Photographer William Allen in white shirt
24:30: KRLD cameramen Steve Pieringer and Jim Underwood on the right.
Scene in front of the Depository
24:33 to 24:40: Same portion already shown earlier
24:40 to 24:48: Dealey Plaza scene films resume
24:46: DPD three-wheel motorcycle and people gathered around it. Jim Underwood is joining in. (Cooper film)
24:48: Documentary re-enacts Oswald’s movements in the Depository after the shots. It also shows the different films taken outside while Oswald’s movements are re-enacted.
32:31 to 32:38: Dealey Plaza scenes resume
32:38 to 32:45: Tippit murder scene photos
32:45 to 32:51: Dealey Plaza scenes
32:52: House where Oswald lived
33:01: Landlord Ms. Roberts
33:14: Cops interrogate people around a car parked behind Tippit’s car / Officer Barnes arrives
33:21: Cop running toward Tippit’s car
33:25: Officer Barnes searches for prints on Tippit’s car
33:28: A wallet found
33:03 to 40:29: Reconstruction of Oswald’s movements after the assassination
40:26: Cops interrogate people around the car behind Tippit’s car / Officer Barnes arrives
40:29 to 40:33: Tippit murder scene. Witness Ms. Markham