It's not the famous film you know from the Kennedy assassination, but a half-century later, the six seconds Orville Nix captured could now be the most important. Nix, who died in 1972, had his camera ... more 
It's not the famous film you know from the Kennedy assassination, but a half-century later, the six seconds Orville Nix captured could now be the most important. Nix, who died in 1972, had his camera pointed at the infamous grassy knoll as President John F. Kennedy's limousine rolled down Elm Street in Dallas in November 1963. Over the decades, Nix's original film disappeared. less 
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