A committee overseeing a mission to seek out the stays of victims of the 1921 Tulsa Race Bloodbath says extra areas needs to be investigated.
The Oklahoma Archaeological Survey used ground-penetrating radar to go looking north Tulsa’s Oaklawn Cemetery on Monday. It additionally plans to go looking one other cemetery and a park for the victims of the violence that left as many as 300 lifeless on Tulsa’s Black Wall Road .
Oversight committee member and state Rep. Regina Goodwin says searchers must also look beneath U.S. Freeway 75, adjoining to the cemetery, the place she believes our bodies might have been buried.
Officers say Monday’s search was largely inconclusive as a result of close by cameras and cellphones interfered with scanning tools. Bystanders are requested to remain not less than 300 ft (90 meters) away. The realm will probably be searched once more.