OKLAHOMA CITY —
“As a family member, my nieces can tell their stories and memories of their mother for others to hear and realize she wasn’t a faceless person, but rather she was a mother, a sister, a wife and a daughter and an everyday ordinary person just like you,” she said.
Patrick Gallagher of Gallagher and Associates, which is designing the content, said the displays will include new interviews, technology and film clips never before seen that will connect visitors to the story.
When the outdoor memorial opened in 2000 and the museum in 2001, it lacked a lot of the documents and information pertaining to the investigation, Watkins said. Now, investigative material from the FBI and other law enforcement agencies will be on display, helping to teach people about the outcome of the bombing.
“There are just incredible lessons we can learn from all that, and we’ll teach through that,” she said.
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