NEW YORK – On the eve of the Sept. 11 anniversary, the faces and recorded voices of those who died have been unveiled as part of the future 9/11 Memorial Museum.
Personal items donated by families of the almost 3,000 dead include a wedding ring and a loved one's watch that stopped on the date 9/11. It was found in the rubble.
The life of each victim will be remembered in an exhibit created by the group Voices of September 11th.
Foundation President Joe Daniels says no opening date has been set for the museum on the World Trade Center site. The state and city have been wrangling over operating costs.
Frank Fetchet, who lost his son, is begging officials not to "hold the museum hostage."