The images of First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy in that pink suit and matching pill box hat have become symbols of the tragedy of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination. The eyes of the world followed her, as the grieving widow held her young children’s hands at their father’s funeral. Jackie Kennedy would become a figure trapped in the public’s fascination.
Farris Rookstool, III is a leading expert on the assassination of JFK and a WFAA contributor. He joined Shelly Slater on News 8 at 4pm to talk about the enduring legacy of Jacqueline Kennedy.