A careful examination of the second shot that hit President Kennedy in the head. Watch as pieces of the skull are propelled perhaps as much as fifty feet into the air. There is white steam around the President’s head for several frames indicating that the shot was “hot” in and of itself, initiating a steam explosion of the head as well as the impact.
The window at the upper right is allegedly where Lee Oswald made his snipers nest. There is a figure there watching the motorcade go by below.
This is a composite of all the frames from the Abraham Zapruder film. They all form a Panorama of the event.