An extensive study of Apollo imagery by photo analyst Jack White BA
Photographic specialist Jack D White BA took time from his many commitments to help Aulis investigate further into the Apollo photographic record by producing a series of Apollo studies on the numerous anomalies and inconsistencies he discovered.
Out of his interest in Apollo imagery analysis came a strong friendship, and while immensely saddened by his leaving, we at Aulis are also joyful that we had the privilege of knowing this highly-talented, wonderful man.
Jack White was a professional photographer for more than fifty years. White's specialty became photo analysis. Jack had a BA in journalism and interests in art, photography and history with a solid career in advertising. Having been a professional photographer for over half a century, Jack White used his skills in all aspects of photography and his photo analysis.
Jack became one of the foremost experts on photographs associated with the assassination of President John F Kennedy. He was an acknowledged expert on the JFK assassination, having served as photographic consultant to the US House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) during the hearings. He also testified on photographs of the event.
Jack White was born on January 17, 1927, in San Angelo, Texas. After he graduated from Amon Carter Riverside High School in 1944, White worked briefly for the Fort Worth Press.
During the Second World War White enlisted in the U.S. Navy. He graduated from Texas Christian University in 1949, and began an advertising career as copywriter and art director at Yates Advertising Agency in Fort Worth. Then in 1954, he joined the company that later became Witherspoon and Associates, (now Witherspoon Marketing Communications) at the time the largest advertising agency in Fort Worth.
White began as the firm’s first art director and during his twenty-seven years with the agency rose to vice-president, executive art director, personnel manager and part owner. He specialised in design, type management, and photography and developed the company's in-house facilities for darkroom work, studio photography, and audio visual presentations.
Some of Jack White's findings have been challenged, not always with validity, so we present Jack White's Apollo Studies as originally published for research purposes.
Please note these studies contain large images and so Jack White's Apollo Studies are not optimised for viewing on mobile cell phones.
All studies ©2005/10 Jack White
"Jack White's studies of anomalies in the Apollo space program raise the disturbing question, if man went to the Moon, then why was it necessary to fake photos?
This parallels his earlier work on JFK – which raised a similar question about alleged assassin Lee Harvey Oswald."
James H. Fetzer PhD
Distinguished McKnight Professor at the University of Minnesota, Duluth