A tiny spot that encompasses more emotion than you can imagine. There are testimonials, artifacts and photos galore but what I found the most compelling were two areas...one wall dedicated to the flyers for missing people and the small room with walls full of pictures of those who were murdered that day. It is tough to put into words how affecting those photos are except to say that when viewing it, you can imagine yourself or your loved ones in one of those photos. Kleenex is provided and I must say, many of us needed it. For such a small place, they have done a wonderful job of bringing us all back to that day and reminding us of how many innocent people were murdered in one of the most horrific ways imaginable. I felt I owed it to the victims to see it and somehow let them know they will never be forgotten.
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