Ruth Hyde Payne, seated in her St. Petersburg home in 1999, reflects on the collision of events surrounding the JFK assassination. (Note the final paragraph of the story was inadvertently omitted from the online version. It should read: "Someone once asked me whether I'd given up trying to help people," she says. "Well, no, I think that's part of who I am, and I'll just keep on doing it. I'm fortunate not to be a fearful person. I'm someone who trusts, and that's how I'll always be." Click here to read the story.