GREENSBORO, N.C. -- There are many facts we know about the death of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
But most people have never heard about "The Raleigh Call."
This is not a surprise.
It's not in the official Assassination Report or listed as part of the evidence. But there is a report of it in the National Archives.
The Assassination Committee knew Lee Harvey Oswald asked to make a call to a man in Raleigh. While in jail, Oswald gave the switchboard operator the name of a Raleigh man and two phone numbers.
Who was this man in Raleigh? Did he have any connection to the assassination? Why was Oswald calling him?
The story of "The Raleigh Call" didn't even surface until 1968. Why?
2 Wants To Know's Tanya Rivera talks with a North Carolina writer who has spent decades researching "The Raleigh Call" Tuesday at 11 p.m.