Interview with Judy Varley
QUESTION 14
DALE ROSEN:

Can you describe the most frightening moment you had on the march?

JUDY VARLEY:

Well, the day the cherry bombs went off in Philadelphia but really the most frightening was that night that they were shooting. Ah, I imagine it was over our heads. We never saw any gun shots in the side of our van or whatever when we were parked, camped in Belzoni, but, ah, yeah, it is, it's very scary when you're in pitch dark and there are guns going off, and you know that it, they aren't the guns on your side.