Robinson Woman was in Kennedy's Hospital Room
"I couldn't diagnose that he was dead on arrival, but he was. His color was very blue-grey. I walked over and saw the exit wound just below his adams apple on his neck" Hall said.
Hall says it took a few days for the whole incident to really sink in and for her to realize the role she had in history. She says it really saddened her that Kennedy's children would grow up without their father and that Mrs. Kennedy had lost her husband. Hall still lives in the Dallas area and works as a volunteer in the Sixth Floor Museum which chronicles the assassination.
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Police Beat for Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016