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  1. Jean Hill was born in 1931. She worked as a teacher in Oklahoma City before moving to a Dallas school in 1962. On 22nd November, 1963, Hill, watched the motorcade of President John F. Kennedy from the grassy knoll facing the Texas School Depository Building. Hill and her friend, Mary Moorman, who was taking Polaroid pictures of the motorcade ...

  2. Feb 28, 2020 · In November 1963, Jean Hill was not only a primary eyewitness, but an embattled player in the intrigue into America’s ultimate conspiracy controversy – the assassination of President John F ...

  3. Jean Hill died in November, 2000. Here is a highly sympathetic obituary from the JFK Lancer web site. For a more extensive examination of Jean Hill, see Peter Whitmey's article "Jean Hill - The Lady in Red" on Clint Bradford's Attention to Details web site. Return to Kennedy Assassination Home Page.

  4. The next recorded interview with Jean Hill was conducted by SA Robert Lish of the FBI on Nov. 23, which surprisingly amounted to only two short paragraphs (4), with far less detail than previously given. She indicated having selected a spot with her friend to take photos, and that "she heard something like a rifle shot and

  5. › jean-hill-problem-eyewitness-withJean Hill - JFK Facts

    Jul 12, 2015 · Jean Hill may have claimed that, but not all claims are true. She’s also quoted as saying that Spector altered her deposition, and yet her published WC testimony has her saying she heard four to six shots from the knoll and saw a man she thought was Jack Ruby running in that direction.

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  7. Aug 23, 2013 · Jean E. Hill, an actress best-remembered as Grizelda, the murderous maid, in John Waters’ comedy Desperate Living, has died after a long illness.

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