“In a few days people will forget and there will be a new President.” Lee Harvey Oswald
It was a hot day in Dallas, Texas. President Kennedy sat in the rear seat on the right side of the car. His wife, Jacqueline, sat on his left. Texas Governor John B. Connally sat in a "jump" seat in front of the president, and Mrs. Connally sat to her husband's left. They were in a motorcade when an unimaginable sound was heard. It was 12:30 p.m., the cars approached an expressway for the last leg of the trip. Suddenly, three shots rang out and the president slumped down, hit in the neck and head. Connally received a bullet in the back. John Fitzgerald Kennedy was shot. Mrs. Kennedy didn’t know what to do, “I was looking to the left and I heard these terrible noises…and my husband never made a sound…I could see a piece of his skull…and then I remember falling on him saying, ‘Oh, no, no, no,’…it just seemed an eternity.” The limousine...