The Killing Fields – Cambodia

With no doubt, this is one of those sites that describes mankind at its worst. Hauntingly quiet. Between 1975-1978, these years are too close for comfort and my senses can not take this all in.

Behind the glass there are 8000 human skulls of men, women and children. I could not take a photo of this disaster. I wondered why their bones were not buried. In my mind I think they are here to ensure we listen to their plea to stop brutality. The memory of the destruction of humanity, will live on in all who remember this horrific time in Cambodia.

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  1. Even just to comment, I can’t find the words. A story that needs to be told, unfortunately, and it’s a post worth reading. You wrote it perfectly, I think. I can’t hit the like button, either.

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