Amazingly, Mary Moorman took this Polaroid
shot of the limousine a split second before Kennedy's head exploded
from a bullet impact. The impact sent Kennedy hurling back and
to his left, meaning that the shot came from the right and front. Obviously,
the right and front means the area of the picket fence on the
top of the grassy knoll in the background, not from the 6th floor of
the Texas School Book Depository. This was the tail-end of the
motorcade route, about a quarter mile from the Stemmons Freeway the
motorcade was to turn on to, and few people were in the area.
Notice the clear shot available from behind the picket fence.