Let's continue looking at this strange figure, who is possibly James Bookhout. I call him "strange" because as I look at him, I see someone who very much wants NOT to be seen, NOT to be noticed.
He does seem nervous about being there, doesn't he? He seems deep in thought too, does he not?
So now, I've put him alongside the young Jim Bookhout. Do they look like father and son?
It's not bad. Very plausible indeed. And pay no attention to the ridiculous sideburn and the web-shaped ear on the right. How could the margin of his ear look like a straight diagonal line? It's an ear we're talking about. That may be the first ear in history that is shaped like the number 7. Can't you see the 7? Let's try another.
Again, not bad. Not bad at all. The broad nose on Cadet Bookhout was faked, so that's no dealbreaker. The phony sideburn is making his face look narrower on the right. That's really quite good.
This next one is a comparison of the core of the face of LSU graduate Bookhout and the Bookhout contender. The purpose is to compare the noses, and they match quite well.
Those noses really match well, and it's an unusually narrow nose. What's happening here is that we are building up a lot of commonalities. If this guy wasn't Bookhout, he sure had a lot of commonalities with Bookhout. By coincidence?
I am going to add that that guy looks like he feels GUILTY of something. He looks very sheepish, like he wants to blend into the wall. Blackie Harrison, on the right, is looking down at Oswald, but who is the Bookhout figure looking down at? He's definitely looking down. Dropped a dime, did he?