JFK Assassination Index

More JFK Assassination Videos That You Should Watch

"The Men Who Killed Kennedy"

Men who killed Kennedy DVD

"The Men Who Killed Kennedy" was produced by the History Channel in 2003, and only aired once before being banned. It is still one of the best sources for information about the assassination, and was done in a manner that makes it easy to understand.

Men Who Killed Kennedy - Episode 1 - "The Coup d' Etat" (51 mins)
Men Who Killed Kennedy - Episode 2 - "The Forces of Darkness" (51 mins)
Men Who Killed Kennedy - Episode 3 - "The Cover Up" (50 mins)
Men Who Killed Kennedy - Episode 4 - "The Patsy" (50 mins)
Men Who Killed Kennedy - Episode 5 - "The Witnesses" (51 mins)
Men Who Killed Kennedy - Episode 6 - "The Truth Shall Set You Free" (45 mins)
Men Who Killed Kennedy - Episode 7 - "Smoking Guns" (45 mins)
Men Who Killed Kennedy - Episode 8 - "Love Affair" (44 mins)
Men Who Killed Kennedy - Episode 9 - "Guilty Men" (45 mins)


"JFK" - the movie



Oliver Stone's "JFK" was released in 1991, and stars Kevin Costner as New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison, the only official ever to bring a case in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

This movie bring the characters to life and gives us an understanding of the dark forces that were involved in JFK's murder.

Watch here on YouTube.

Available on Amazon, and occassionally on Netflix.


The Zapruder Film

Zapruder film

The Zapruder Film (4 mins) is a home movie that captured JFK's assassination. Taken by Abraham Zapruder, Life Magazine purchased the Zapruder film the day after the assassination and before ever being seen by the American public.

Zapruder Film Hoax
(4 mins) Most people have no idea that the Zapruder film has been significantly altered and is not a true record of what happened. This video discusses some of the alterations that were made.

JFK Assassination Film Hoax
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Top CIA photo analyst talks of seeing the "original" Zapruder film

Dino Brugioni, the CIA's leading photo analyst at the time of the assassination, talks about seeing the "original" Zapruder film and how it showed a chunk of JFK's skull flying through the air and a mist of blood surrounding JFK's head that was much larger and lasted many more frames than is seen in the "current" version of the Zapruder film. (video)


The Zapruder Film Mystery

Doug Horne

The Zapruder Film Mystery (abbreviated)
in this video, Doug Horne, who served as chief analyst of military records at the Assassination Records Review Board in 1997, talks about learning that the Zapruder Film had been examined by Dino Brugioni, the CIA's leading photo analyst at the National Photographic Interpretation Center, the day after the assassination of President Kennedy.

The Zapruder Film Mystery (full) (1 hour, 25 mins)
Full version of the above video (highly recommended)