Interview with Daisy Nunley
QUESTION 10
SHEILA C. BERNARD:

And what was your sense of what would happen when darkness fell?

DAISY NUNLEY:

I didn't know. There was, that, that, that's what you didn't know, you didn't know what was going to happen.

SHEILA C. BERNARD:

Could you be a little more complete in terms of telling me about afraid of being at nightfall.

DAISY NUNLEY:

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.

SHEILA C. BERNARD:

OK, I'm sorry, we have to stop for one second, the curfew's at nine.

DAISY NUNLEY:

Is it at nine?

SHEILA C. BERNARD:

Yes.

DAISY NUNLEY:

Oh, well, I thought it was--