From FR 2491 before turning on Double EE Ranch Road.
Farm road sign just as you leave Waco heading for the property. December 2000
A new chapel was built with donations where the old one used to exisit. The white stucture closer to the camera is one of Amo Roden’s self-built monuments. She was squatting on the property when I took the photo and distributing her literature from this monument. Amo had a common-law marriage to George Roden just before David’s community came to the property in the late 1980s. December 2000
Memorial name stones used to be at the foot of every tree that was planted for each person killed.
The new chapel (finished with volunteer efforts in 2000) rests approximately where the old chapel had existed. December 2000
Remains of one of the buses that was present during the siege still rested in the same spot in 2000 but it was removed sometime between 2004 and 2006. December 2000
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The pool foundation was intact and was full of water in 2000. December 2000
Former self-proclaimed Branch Davidian Amo Roden painted her version of the events on the pool’s concrete foundation. Amo was not part of David’s community. Her writing here has eroded or been removed since this photo. December 2000
The underground storm shelter they were building at the time of the siege is also still there, mostly water logged. December 2000
This was the north end of the storm shelter in December of 2000
Building location markers were placed to commemorate where parts of the building once stood. December 2000
Text on the locale marker. December 2000
Text on the second marker. These no longer exist on the property. December 2000
This photo was taken from where the front doors of David’s Mount Carmel used to exist. The former Visitor’s Center can be seen on the left and the house the ATF used is visible across the street. This house was demolished in 2004. One of David Koresh’s motorcycles can be seen here but has since been moved. December 2000
Charles Pace cemented this memorial when I was there.
This stone memorializes all the names of those killed in Mount Carmel community in 1993. Charles Pace moved it to the front of the property sometime after 2006 where he also stacked all of the individual name stones from the memorial trees. December 2000
Inside the Visitor’s Center photograph.
These images are of the events Clive Doyle had exhibited on the walls of the Visitor’s Center Museum walls in 2000.