Seeing is Believing


You can visit Dealey Plaza for the first time only once. I have been honored to accompany several people as they had that experience. Their first comment is usually about how small the area actually is, and then the excitement of being in such an extraordinary location takes over. Here is where Toni Foster was standing. There is the window on the sixth floor, and that is the pedestal upon which Abraham Zapruder was standing while he made the most famous home movie of all time. There is usually a somber acknowledgement of the white X on the street where President Kennedy’s life was taken and history took an unexpected turn. The significance of the metal plaque in the ground is quietly observed, and then the researcher takes over. So, this is the infamous grassy knoll. Where was the sign? We check out the view from behind the fence. Then we walk over to the south end of the overpass.

The discussions, chats and emails suddenly make sense. The angle of the road combined with Kennedy’s head turn means he was looking that way. Seeing the entire tops of large FEDEX trucks proves sufficient elevation so the limo windshield isn’t a problem. Suddenly it all makes sense; the shooter for the fatal head shot must have been in this area. What was just math, just a discussion becomes real.  What was just math, just a discussion, is more than that now. Seeing is believing, questions are answered. Theory  becomes truth.


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3 responses to “Seeing is Believing

  1. Joe Hall

    Thanks Sherry for putting this into words.

  2. This is the meat right next to the bone, folks . . . It is so dearly alike a tuning fork, being struck in just the most precise stroke, vibrating the air molecules in artistic patterns to produce the most perfect note that any device is capable.

    Without taking the above action, that perfect note will go silent. But, that does not indicate that note is still not to be recognized.

    This is what Sherry is telling us here; that an intense feeling of wisdom and knowledge sweeps over the person that moves about in the actual “Dealey Plaza” Historical Site. Sherry is telling us that it is possible to visualize the bullets as they are flying.

    GO TO DALLAS, FOLKS! The people there are some of the country’s most beautiful and warm. The History embeds itself upon you, as well!

  3. the first time I went to Dealy Plaza I looked for the best sniper position.I found it on the bushy siope just down from the postal parking (1963) south of Commerce ST.Thats exactly where Sherry Fiester said the last shot came from.Congrats Sherry you’ve got it right.I did believe in Simultaneous shots at z313but now I think Sherry was right! Great work by Sherry and Bernd.

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