Walking in Remembrance by John  Kapusta

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Oklahoma National Memorial we visited the Oklahoma City Memorial on a dank cloudy morning and as we walked through the Empty Chair area I spotted these these ladies walking ahead of us a light misty rain was falling. I thought it captured the moment!

For those that don’t know April 1995 9:02AM a fertilizer bomb parked in a Ryder truck detonated in front of the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, OK killed 168 people, 19 were children and injuring hundreds more. . The bomb was set off by Timothy Mcveigh a disgruntled individual that wanted to teach the Federal Government a lesson. Mr. McVeigh did not win. The people of Oklahoma City rallied and built this memorial on the former site of the Federal Building 168 empty chairs represent the victims of that fateful day.

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