60 Minutes Offers Sneak Preview of the 9/11 Museum in New York City [Video]
Country music fans can answer the question, “Where were you when the world stopped turning?” In fact, just about everyone on the planet can. Now, tourists from around the world can remember 9/11 inside a riveting new museum located under what used to be the World Trade Center in New York City.
Today marks the official opening of the long-awaited and much anticipated 9/11 Museum. It commemorates and documents, in vivid detail, the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks on The World Trade Center and Pentagon. Recently, I happened to catch a rebroadcast of a 60 Minutes episode that gave an in-depth, behind-the-scenes glimpse of New York City’s forthcoming 9/11 Museum, which is located under the current 9/11 Memorial.
This is going to be powerful and I truly cannot wait to get to New York City to experience it in person. In the meantime, this 60 Minutes report will have to do. Check this out. This new museum is going to tug at the heartstrings, stir emotions, and educate the world about the perpetrators of that event and the lives we lost to the most vicious terrorist attack in our country’s history.
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You can catch the official Dedication Ceremony this morning at 9am CST by CLICKING HERE!
So, where were YOU when the world stopped turning?