Lincoln Death Bed Photo – A much-discussed photograph obviously demonstrating Abraham Lincoln minutes after his death is “99% liable to be genuine”.
Photography specialists guarantee there is sufficient proof to propose the highly contrasting picture is certified.
The case is made as a component of another Discovery Channel narrative, The Lost Lincoln, which expects to decide the validness of the century and a half old picture.
The photo being referred to shows a hairy man set down while secured with a cover and is professed to have been taken hours after the President was shot dead, matured 56, on April 15, 1965.
The President was killed by John Wilkes Booth, an entertainer and spy of the Confederate States, who shot him while he was viewing a theater creation in Washington DC.