Gordon W. Felt stood perfectly still, his head bowed slightly, as he listened to the frightened voices of three long-dead victims of Flight 93, their final words captured on answering machines just before the plane crashed into a reclaimed strip mine on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. “That’s tough. That’s powerful,” Mr. Felt said, tears falling from his eyes during a visit to the new $26 million visitor center and museum that documents in wrenching detail the crash, which killed 40 passengers and crew members, including his brother Edward Porter Felt. “That will certainly make an impression.” More.
A Long Road to a Place of Peace for Flight 93 Families