The Death 2ur's visit to the Oklahoma City Bombing Site was on April 19th, 1998 on the third anniversary of the tragedy.  There was only an empty lot where the Alfred P. Murrah building had once stood, surrounded by wire fence that was covered in mementoes and tributes.  Across the street, "The Survivor Tree" remained standing as silent witness to what had taken place three years earlier.  Since our visit a magnificent memorial has been erected in honor of the victims.  Each victim is represented by a chair, the smaller ones, for the children who died.  The street in front of the building is now a reflecting pool and across it "The Survivor Tree" still stands.  We have not made it back to Oklahoma City to view the memorial, but a friend, and Oklahoma City resident, Lori Richards, has kindly consented to let us share her beautiful photographs.


April 19, 1998






















Photos courtesy of Lori Richards, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.  For more of Lori's pictures

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