‘No day shall erase you’: 9/11 remains to be moved to spot within museum

WOW. I tried to comment and re-blog this, and wordpress locked up.


This was a tragic day. I still pray for those who lost someone that day.

And I still hope and pray for a better future.

But, somedays, I cannot believe this ever happened.

How about you? How does 9/11 make you feel?



(CNN) — New York City plans to move the remains of unidentified victims in the 2001 terror attack to a new resting place within the 9/11 Memorial Museum, officials tell CNN.

The roughly 8,000 remains, which are in the custody of the Office of Chief Medical Examiner, will be moved to the museum this year, spokeswoman Julie Bolcer said.

“We are making plans, but we are going to notify the families before we make any further announcement,” she said.

The remains will be kept behind a wall in an area off-limits to the public, according to 9/11 museum spokesman Michael Frazier.

The museum’s website says the wall, which visitors will be able to view, is to be inscribed with the following from the Roman poet Virgil: “No day shall erase you from the memory of time.”

Only medical examiners and families of victims will be given access to the repository…

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