“Infamous site of Waco massacre”
Mount Carmel Center was the name of the Branch Davidian home outside of Waco, Texas, United States, led by Benjamin Roden and later David Koresh. Named after the Biblical mountain in northern Israel, it was here that the Waco siege of 1993 occurred, in which four ATF agents and 83 Branch Davidians were killed.
Worth a visit. There are no trespassing signs. But, I believe they apply to when the gates are closed. The church is still active and there is a memorial on the premises. It wouldn't make much sense to have a memorial that was closed off to the public. So, I believe visitors are allowed to respectfully pay a visit.
Drove out here in Mid July 2015. There is a open gate to the property with a "no trespassing" sign on it. We wanted to pay our respects but didn't want to interact with the people living there. You can go to google street view and go inside the gate. Nice to know where it happened but not much to see.
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