Marilu Henner and four others were featured Sunday night in a "60 Minutes" segment on people with "Superior Autobiographical Memory."
The two-part segment, including actress Marilu Henner, showcased individuals that have the ability to remember details from virtually every day of their lives.
While still in high-school, Bob Petrella of Beaver Falls, PA, began covering sports for the former News-Tribune in his hometown.
"Actually I covered my first game 44 years ago yesterday," Petrella matter-of-factly said Friday on the phone, recalling details of that 1966 Ambridge-vs.-Rochester basketball game. "Ambridge won pretty big. They became state champions that year."
During their interview, "60 Minutes" correspondent Lesley Stahl quizzed Petrella on his Steelers knowledge. The "60 Minutes" segment will air following the Steelers-New York Jets game on CBS.
Marilu Henner, 58, can remember almost every day of her life as vividly and accurately as if it was yesterday.
"It's like putting in a DVD and it queues up to a certain place," Henner says during her interview. "I'm there again, so I'm looking out from my eyes and seeing things visually as I would have that day."