The Missing JFK Assassination Film: The Mystery Surrounding the Orville Nix Home Movie of November 22, 1963
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Her greatest dreams include finding the Nix film. She is a former English professor, happy mother, and sometimes patient wife and daughter. She currently resides in Justin, Texas.. About the AuthorGayle Nix Jackson holds a master’s in English and rhetoric from Texas Woman’s University
Her greatest dreams include finding the Nix film. She is a former English professor, happy mother, and sometimes patient wife and daughter. Gayle Nix Jackson holds a master’s in English and rhetoric from Texas Woman’s University. She currently resides in Justin, Texas.
Author Gayle Nix Jackson’s interviews with people who were close to Orville and the film will shed light on the government’s involvement with the filmmaker.Gayle Nix Jackson is the granddaughter of Orville Nix. As his eldest granddaughter, Nix Jackson shares experiences growing up with her beloved grandfather and on how his views changed after that fatal day. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.. Though copies of Orville Nix’s film exist, the original film is missing. Were these actions sinister or were they just examples of governmental incompetence? Orville Nix exposes information about the House Select Committee staff’s involvement in the missing film. Kennedy; instead, it addresses why we should question the actions of those involved and why the truth was withheld from the people. Kennedy on November 22, 1963?Skyhorse Publishing, as well as our Arcade imprint, are p
and is still today perhaps the best existing photographic record with the Knoll in the background This is a fascinating, behind-the-scenes look at what happened when a very normal, average family became thrust into the middle of a whirlwind when the author's grandfather, Orville Nix, photographed JFK's assassination in Dealey Plaza.Orville was a simple man who never wavered from what he sawshooters on the Grassy Kn. More than a ‘Call To Action’, Much More! Orville Nix: The missing JFK assassination film gives the reader a special understanding of the impact of the government’s actions and inactions of the time of the JFK assassination and the following years. It also honestly explains where we are today, who is making genuine progress, what needs to be looked at an. A great book to have for any JFK researcher A very good, informational book in regards to her Dad and the movie he took. I took it out of the Amazon shipping box, sat down, and read it in one sitting. For all the talk about the alleged shooter being the guilty man, the government has always hidden and lied about the files and the movies. If it was a slam dunk of