On Nov 22, 1963, the quiet lives of two women collided violently with history. In a simple tract house on a suburban street in Irving, Texas, Quaker housewife Ruth Hyde Paine thought she was befriending a woman in need. But when Marina Oswald moved in with Ruth, so did a presidential assassin.
For the first time in 50 years, Ruth visits her old house and talks about her friendship with Marina, Lee Harvey Oswald’s suspicious behavior, the Oswald’s tumultuous marriage, the murder weapon that Oswald hid in her garage, and her inability to prevent one of the greatest tragedies of the 20th century.
May 17, 2020