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    Walking Ghosts

    I was parked in a side street in Manchester near the MRI yesterday when some walked by, so unexpected and moving, well done to all those who took part. A very moving experience indeed. RIP they will not be forgotten.

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    Only saw them on TV and was moved.
    Each one representing a lost soul.
    I can only imagine 20,000 of them
    silently marching.
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    I didn't see them in person either, but I think it was an inspired and powerful way to bring home the reality of the lives that were lost and the sacrifice that was made.
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    Couldn't help but notice how they looked so similar in their outlook to the troops in those films, it was a triumph of arrangements, I don't normally reckon much to "Installations", but this was a complete succsess.
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