Interview with an Oswald witness - Patricia Puckett Hall was 11 when she met Lee Harvey Oswald. Read here.
One autumn day in 1963, her two younger brothers got into a scuffle in the front yard where Johnson's grandchildren, who lived six blocks away, spent most of their free time.
A roomer witnessed the roughhousing and stepped in.
Hall, then 11, watched as he sat the boys on the porch, one on each side of him.
"I want to tell you something really important," Hall heard the slender young man say. "I want you to listen. You're brothers. You have to look out for each other."
Then, "don't ever do anything to harm another human being."