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Mandela Effect of the JFK Assassination

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04-26-2017, 08:45 PM #1
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Mandela Effect of the JFK Assassination
"The Mandela Effect" is a phenomenon whereby collective memories believed to be true are actually false. For example, the line "play it again, Sam" from the movie Casablanca is a product of the Mandela Effect, because that line was never actually said in the movie, although everyone swears it was.

Has anyone heard about the Mandela Effect regarding the number of passengers in the JFK limo? We know there were six: JFK, Jackie, Gov & Mrs. Connally, Greer and Kellerman. However many people argue there were only four passengers (though if "researchers" like Mike Majerus insist only two shots were fired, anything is possible). 

This video offers four reasons for believing there were only four passengers:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=581vc009iqo

I bring this up because this video does actually prove something (although the video is so stupid I don't believe it has any self-awareness of the fact), which is the inadequacy of the accuracy that went into the "investigation." In fact, at the 4:57 mark the narrator says: "Would the United States Secret Service be likely to reenact the event with the wrong number of people in the car?"

Which leads one to wonder...why the inconsistencies?

04-28-2017, 02:11 PM #2
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RE: Mandela Effect of the JFK Assassination
(04-26-2017, 08:45 PM)Nick Principe Wrote:  "The Mandela Effect" is a phenomenon whereby collective memories believed to be true are actually false. For example, the line "play it again, Sam" from the movie Casablanca is a product of the Mandela Effect, because that line was never actually said in the movie, although everyone swears it was.

Has anyone heard about the Mandela Effect regarding the number of passengers in the JFK limo? We know there were six: JFK, Jackie, Gov & Mrs. Connally, Greer and Kellerman. However many people argue there were only four passengers (though if "researchers" like Mike Majerus insist only two shots were fired, anything is possible). 

This video offers four reasons for believing there were only four passengers:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=581vc009iqo

I bring this up because this video does actually prove something (although the video is so stupid I don't believe it has any self-awareness of the fact), which is the inadequacy of the accuracy that went into the "investigation." In fact, at the 4:57 mark the narrator says: "Would the United States Secret Service be likely to reenact the event with the wrong number of people in the car?"

Which leads one to wonder...why the inconsistencies?

The complete refutation of this video is here:
[Image: jump seats.png]

The reason that the re-enactment videos didn't use this limo is simple - it wasn't available. The jump seat configuration was probably quite unique, you couldn't simply get another vehicle with the jump seats installed.

This is an example, as you point out, of extremely poor research.







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