The Three Tramps
And I did a drawing with an opaque projector. Artists will know that a projector, an opaque projector, you project the picture on a piece of paper and you can trace everything exactly. It's a really sophisticated tracing machine. Leonardo Da Vinci used candles and invented the first opaque projector. He used mirrors and whatever. So I used a mechanical device to sketch the ear of Harrelson from his mug-shot and the blond tramp. And it's just .. it's as close to identical as you can get.
Another view of the tramp on the right and Harrelson , smiling at his murder trial.
And another picture ...
.... of the blond-headed tramp. Even the superciliary arch is identical, that's the bony ridge that your eyebrows sit upon. The corners of the mouth.
Now, it was being said that aah .. I believe the name of this person is Gedney and some people came out and said "Well, Gedney is the blond tramp". But it is so obvious, even to the casual observer... Okay, after I published my findings, some other people came up, some investigators said that it was this man on the right, Mr. Gedney, who has since deceased, he has died.
But if you look at the blond tramp .... Gedney's nose is just way too short ... and his lips are further away from his nose. Do you see how, on the blond tramp and on Harrelson, the lips are next to the nose, kind of closer, way closer than this gentleman here, Gedney ... on the right. There is no platsic surgery available, nor would anybody want one, to make your mouth closer to your nose. And then there's no plastic surgery available to make your nose shorter, lengthwise. Now they can make it, the contours that stick away from your face, they can tone that down, but they can't make the nose shorter. So this is absolutely, positively not the blond tramp. Gedney is not him. Even a six-year old child could observe this and know that.
Editor's note: Look at the horizontal lines drawn on the faces. The line trough the base of the ears goes over the tip of the nose of the blond tramp. With Gedney it does not even hit the nose. It is closer to his lips.
Now let's look at the older tramp, what they call the older tramp, he has got a hat on. And he was very distressed.
Chauncey Holt is on the left. This is a photograph I took of him in approximately 1992. He would have been 41 or 42 at the day of the assassination and on the left he is in his sixties. Every single feature on that man's face is ... to the best of my ability, considering the lapse in time, I must say is identical. If you study this picture real well, the tramp on the right-hand side, you can actually discern those vertical wrinkles that go on between the eyes. When you flex your facial muscles, like when you get angry, you make those wrinkles and he has those in the same place, just not as deep. The nose-shape is the same, the eyes, everything. I mean, to me it's self explainatory, even that wrinkle on his neck, on the left, it has dropped a little bit because of age, but that wrinkle is in the same place, that goes across what you call your adam's apple. It's just every single feature.
Here is a picture of Chauncey Holt in 1963. He got a lot of sun or for whatever reasons, perhaps genetic, he has maybe more wrinkles than you would think someone that age should have.