A few years ago, Nellie Connally was the last living eye witness account of the assassination of JFK. She was rummaging through her filing cabinet and ran across a hand written scrawlings on a piece of torn paper. It was her thoughts right after she left the hospital on November 22, 1963. This is her conversation with Patty Butler Spiers before her book was released, “From Love Field: Our Final Hours with President JFK.”


Recipient of:

Edward R Murrow Award | Regional | 2003