Kodachrome's longevity was just demonstrated again in February 2007 when a newly discovered Kodachrome 8mm reel shot by George Jefferies of President John F. Kennedy just 90 seconds before the President's assassination. This film is now on display at the Sixth Floor Museum in Dallas; and because of its' longevity contains a new piece to the assassination puzzle. This piece of the puzzle is in the last few seconds, showing the back of the President's jacket bunched up over his back brace. According to investigative journalist Gerald Posner (as interviewed on the Michael Smerconish radio show 2/22/ 2007), this bunching of the jacket accounts for the four inch difference in the bullet holes in the jacket and flesh as documented in the autopsy photos. Regardless of the reader's (dis)belief in the conspiricy theories surrounding the Kennedy assassination, the long-lost 42 year old reel of Kodachrome came through with flying colors!