Author Gerald Celente talked to KRLD about his encounter with former Texas Gov. Connally, in which Connally described his first-hand account of the JFK assassination:
Many items that make up the searing images from the assassination of President John F. Kennedy are available for public viewing 50 years later, in cities all over the country.
Texas A&M University System regents are honoring a man who has been called “the father of the modern Texas A&M University.”
Texas state archivists now have readied the suit and shirt worn by Texas Gov. John Connally from the day JFK was shot as the centerpiece of an exhibit to mark next month’s 50th anniversary of Kennedy’s assassination.
An anesthesiologist who attached a heart monitor to President John F. Kennedy in a Dallas hospital’s emergency room and interviewed wounded Texas Gov. John Connally for surgery has died. Dr. Adolph H. “Buddy” Giesecke Jr. was 79.
One of the darkest days in North Texas history happened 48 years ago today. The motorcade was nearing the end of the of the parade route through downtown Dallas when those infamous shots rang out from what was then the Texas School Book depository. President Kennedy and Texas governor John Connally had been shot.