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  • MARY HOSINO

    *JFK AUTOPSY ~ Drawing depicting the posterior head wound of President Kennedy, made from an autopsy photograph. The small nearly circular posterior scalp wound is at the end of the hair part, near the end of the ruler + immediately to the rt.

  • 80swoman

    Rendering of JFK posterior head wound with scalp pulled up to show. Skull portion sits above right ear. Nov 22, 1963: John F. Kennedy assassinated http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/

  • Carol Mary Nolan

    John F. Kennedy autopsy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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