One of the nurses who did CPR on former U.S. president John F. Kennedy, recently said that JFK was shot with a “mysterious bullet”.
The nurse claims that the bullet she saw when John F. Kennedy arrived at the hospital looked nothing just like bullet provided by the authorities during the investigation of the shooting.
Phyllis Hall, who was 28 years old at that time, said how she was brought into the operating room by a Secret Service agent where doctors were doing their best to save the life of President John F. Kennedy. The president was shot in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963.
While she was holding his head, Hall noticed an unusual bullet. The bullet was quickly removed from the body and the nurse says she hasn’t saw it since.
“I saw a bullet between Kennedy’s ear and shoulder. The top of the bullet was out and was not damaged” the nurse says.
“I had experience with gun shot wounds, but i never saw anything like it” Phyllis Hall also said. At that time she was working as a nurse for six years. The nurse claims that she never saw a bullet like that in her entire career.
“The bullet was removed but I never saw it presented as evidence and I don’t know what happened to it. It remains a mystery” Phyllis Hall also added.