Author Archives: Thurman Lee Storing

About Thurman Lee Storing

Kennedy Assassination researcher and college student.

Update: The Tom Alyea Film Sequence Identified

Almost a month ago, I posted an entry on this blog concerning a post-assassination still photograph taken by Dallas Morning News photographer Tom Dillard and its possible connection to a segment of film taken by WFAA cameraman Tom Alyea. This … Continue reading

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The Dillard Photograph and a Potential Discovery in the Tom Alyea Film

Searching the shadows for assassins has become somewhat of a cliche in the circuit of Kennedy Assassination research. Over the past fifty years, every photograph taken in Dealey Plaza during the horrific murder of President Kennedy has been scrutinized and … Continue reading

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Cut ‘N Paste: Missing Segments of Film in the Kennedy Assassination.

We’ve all heard the cheesy saying that “a picture tells a thousand words.” The assassination of President Kennedy in Dallas on November 22, 1963, was one of the most photographed murders in history. The focus given to the various photographs … Continue reading

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Past is Prologue

Yesterday marked a historic day. November 22, 1963. It was a Friday. 52 years ago, the world was altered. 52 years after, we’re still arguing about what exactly happened. Perhaps it’s odd that someone of my age took any interest … Continue reading

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