How to Tour the Museum

The Museum is constructed of a number of individual exhibit pages. Each exhibit discusses an aspect or incident of the Waco Holocaust, with links to the items of evidence under discussion and cross references to related or supporting material.

At the end of each exhibit, a link is provided to the next exhibit, enabling the visitor to proceed through the Museum in an orderly tour.

The exhibits are grouped into four Galleries:

War The assault and siege of the Mt. Carmel Center in Waco, Texas 
Fire The final day, April 19, 1993
Death Examination of the crime scene and autopsies 
Burial The attempts to bury the Waco holocaust
At the beginning of each Gallery is an introductory page summarizing the Gallery contents. From there, a Directory of Exhibits provides a whirlwind tour of the Gallery exhibits, and a pointer to the Catalogue of Evidence, from which the hundreds of documents, photographs, autopsies, and news clippings may be accessed.

The Galleries are arranged in the chronology of events, but the visitor may prefer to start with the Death Gallery because it contains evidence that has been given almost no public disclosure. Obviously the visitor can arrange his tour in any order.

A bird's eye view of the design of the Museum is available in the Site Map.

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Many people who distrust the mainstream media have turned to alternate news sources, some of which are Internet based.  Unfortunately, many of these alternate sources of news simply promote an alternate series of lies.  These alternate lies are of course dressed up as "exposés."  But you can easily tell the phonies from the real thing.  The information in the Waco Holocaust Electronic Museum is an acid test.

Does your news source promote Mike McNulty's video, Waco: The Rules of Engagement or wring its hands because the Davidian law suit against the government failed?  (See Waco Documentary Is A Hoax! and Waco Suits for Waco Suckers.) Does your alternate news source carry promotional pieces about rebuilding the Davidian church in Waco and mouth nice words about "healing"?  (See The Cover-up Church.)

Remember, since ancient times, inquiries into questionable deaths have started with the bodies of the victims.  If your news source won't give you an honest and full account of the forensic information on Waco, or if it does not have a link to the Waco Holocaust Electronic Museum ... your alternate news has failed a fundamental acid test.