Historical Events  General
Kennedy Assassination

4 in the car

6 in the car

How many do you remember?

So here we are at the mother of all conspiracy theories.

Putting aside the man behind the grassy knoll etc for the moment, the concern here is how many people were in the car when Kennedy was shot? Many people remember 4, but all records today show 6, i.e. another Mandela Effect.

It's been pointed out that even though the video has been seen many times by many people since that fateful day in Dallas, 1963, the front 2 are obscured and with a 6 seater being the exception, unless you specifically tuned into it you'd have no reason to particularly remember that detail.


Even when watching the video, because people tend to only focus on the shooting, for obvious reasons, other details such as the number of people in the car, get less attention. Two days later, when being transferred between jails, Jack Ruby shot Oswald, who was taken to the same hospital as Kennedy but later died. Ruby was convicted of Oswald's murder but the judgment was later overturned. Ruby died in prison whilst waiting for a new trial.

The most famous footage of the assassination is called the Zapruder film, named after the man who recorded it. One of the many mysteries surround this is that of the Babushka Lady - a woman seen on the recordings with a camera herself seemingly filming the assassination at closer range, yet to this day she remains unidentified and her film has never been found.

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It was November 22nd in 1963, Dallas, Texas when Kennedy was shot. The gunman, Lee Harvey Oswald, was hiding in a warehouse overlooking the area he knew the motorcade carrying the president would pass through. Kennedy was rushed to the Parkland Memorial Hospital but pronounced dead 30 minutes after the shooting.