Welcome to the first installment of our gripping five-part series, “Westborough Remembers November 22, 1963.” In this deeply moving documentary, host Paul McGrath delves into the collective memory of Westborough residents, allowing them to vividly recount their experiences on that fateful day when President John F. Kennedy was tragically assassinated 60 years ago.
In this episode, we hear heart-wrenching and poignant accounts from citizens who were living in Westborough at the time. They share where they were and what they were doing when they received the shocking news. Through their narratives, we gain a unique insight into the impact of this national tragedy on a small, tight-knit community.
Join Paul as he guides these residents through their memories, exploring the raw emotions, disbelief, and the overwhelming sense of loss that swept the nation on November 22, 1963. Their recollections paint a vivid picture of how this pivotal moment in history resonated with ordinary people, forever changing the course of their lives.