Heidi Kegler - 2010-10-19 23:02:25
I sit here with an ache in my heart and tears in my eyes. I feel an immense and desperate need to keep looking at what was once a happy place someone called home. There are no words in the English language that could express how moving all of these pictures are. To capture a moment where life has ceased to exist. I can hear the echoes of children laughing through each picture. I would do anything to erase what has been done to this beautiful place, and these beautiful people. Is there a God? How could there be, I find myself questioning everything I once believed in. Thank you for risking your life to bring me (and the public)the only truth that can be found from this disaster, the research I find seems to be empty lies, and hidden secrets! I have lost my Grandfather to Colon/Liver Cancer in 1998. To hear the last breath escape his lips is a pain that I will carry in my mind forever, that pain is unbearable for me. I could not imagine losing everyone I know to such a monster! In the wake of such a tragedy, these people I call Angels deserve recognition for what they have went through? I light a candle every year on the 26th of April, and I think everyone on this Earth should, its the least we could do to show the ones who died, or who are sick, or displaced, that even now, years after the fact, are not and never will be forgotten. Thank You, Heidi Kegler/Melancholy in Michigan!
Thomas - 2011-03-16 10:28:33
So fascinating, i hope one day to go to Chernobyl too...