There is a good chance that you will cry when looking at the many powerful images on display at the 9/11 Memorial Museum. There are the innocent faces of the murdered and the guilty faces of the murderers. There are eyeglasses that belonged to a person who will never get to see again and there are beaten up shoes of a woman who still walks today because she got out before the towers collapsed.
But strangely, it was a phone book that made me cry. A San Diego phone book from 2000 with a pointer shows the real name, number and address of Nawaf al Hazmi, hiding in plain sight before becoming one of the five hijackers on American Airlines Flight 77, which crashed into the Pentagon. More.