And what was your sense of what would happen when darkness fell?
I didn't know. There was, that, that, that's what you didn't know, you didn't know what was going to happen.
Could you be a little more complete in terms of telling me about afraid of being at nightfall.
Well, ah, at that particular time then you started to hear them saying that there was going to be a curfew and that everyone had to be off the street at 8 o'clock, and then you could see the, the movement in the streets, you could see people moving back and forth trying to get where they were going to go by 8 o'clock, because by then you'd heard it on the radio and on the television that, that, that the, ah, troops were coming in.
OK, I'm sorry, we have to stop for one second, the curfew's at nine.
Is it at nine?
Oh, well, I thought it was--