The idea was to take in a city's grief. But what I remember most are the screams.
From mothers, sisters, daughters of the dead. Their loved ones had died violent deaths. Here theyd come to say their goodbyes, but for some all that came out were cries, dreadful sounds for awful ends.
Joe Kovac Jr. spent a year attending the funerals for Macon homicide victims. Read about what he saw here.