The Towner Photo

JFK Players and Witnesses

Towner uncropped

Jim Towner took his wife, Pat, and daughter, Tina, to see JFK’s motorcade in Dallas that fateful November 22nd.  Tina Towner used the family movie camera to capture footage of the motorcade while her father snapped some still photographs of the day’s events including one in the crucial moments after the assassination.  The Towner #3 Photograph, as it has come to be known, captured a look at the grassy knoll and picket fence area at a time estimated to be 60-120 seconds after the assassination which confirms many details from witnesses.

If the reader clicks to enlarge the above photo, one can see that two (conspirator) cops have denied access to the grassy knoll area so that the shooters previously stationed there (Charles Rogers, Charles Harrelson and Roscoe White) could run to a stopped freight train to hide after the assassination.  Rogers and Harrelson crawled under the stopped train and…

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