A nurse who tried to help save President Kennedy's life in Dallas has come forward to claim he was also shot with a "mystery" bullet.
Phyllis Hall was one of the medical team who desperately tried to save JFK's life after he was shot by Lee Harvey Oswald on Nov. 22, 1963.
But as the 50th anniversary of the assassination approaches, Hall has revealed for the first time the existence of a mystery bullet, which she claims was fired into the president's body between his ear and shoulder. Hall, who was 28 at the time, spotted the bullet while cradling the president's head.
She said it was unlike any of the other bullets retrieved and was removed and never presented in evidence, the Sunday Mirror newspaper reports.
"I could see a bullet lodged between his ear and his shoulder," she said. "It was pointed at its tip and showed no signs of damage. There was no blunting of the bullet or scarring around the shell from where it had been fired.