True life stories told over multiple weeks. During each program we report and follow the story mystery plot, facts, characters, and unanswered questions. Each week we bring together people, interviews, and ask all those thought provoking questions to gain a clearer understanding of what really happened.
And we, along with the audience, won’t know what really happened until the final episode.
Each story is told in a series of episodes, so it’s important to listen to the episodes in order, starting with Episode 01.
We plan to follow the plot and characters wherever they take us.
Episode 13: Transforming Our Trauma
Transforming Our Trauma.
In a moment, Dr. Michael Anderson while standing in St. Anthony's Hospital, as victims of the Oklahoma City Bombing arrive with various injuries... some very severe and some not as severe, realizes the magnitude of tragedy.
He acknowledges the overwhelming impact, the amount of suffering and the amazing coordination of emergency health officials. The compassionate and accurate response of emergency medical systems was simply amazing.
What resulted was a moving sermon written by Dr. Anderson late Saturday night, April 26, 1995. The sermon's words of enlightenment, encouragement, hope, love and understanding was copied and shared with more than 2,000 people. It also included and amazing plan to help tranform trauma into peace, hope and love.
Episode 12: Community Leaders Reflect
We Will Always Remember (The Oklahoma City Bombing)
Episode 11: The Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum
We Will Always Remember. Kari Watkins, executive director of the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, reflects on the design and purpose of the museum, why and how we remember and the growth of Oklahoma City as a result.
Episode 10: Timothy McVeigh & How Can We Avoid Terrorism?
Analyzing the truth. Experts discuss the actions of Timothy McVeigh and how we can avoid (if possible) terrorist attacks.
Episode 09: The State Trial Process
Justice shall prevail. The District Attorney, Wes Lane understood immediately the power and importance of seeking justice for the families of loved ones lost in the Oklahoma City Bombing. Sandra Elliott, Assistant District Attorney and Lead Prosecutor shares her experiences and the seeing the big picture.
Episode 08: The Federal Trial Process
Originally scheduled to be tried in Lawton with U.S. District Judge Wayne Allen (Judge Allen and his staff were injured during the bombing), a change of venue was ordered and the trial was moved to Denver, Colorado with District Judge Richard Matsch. Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols faced 4 charges including The Use of a Truck Bomb as a Weapon of Mass Destruction... The premise of the case is that both men worked alone and in concert with one another.
great to hear from folks who were there. very emotional at times, along with compelling story telling. a job well done!