This weekend, the doors of Mercury Studios opened for the Miracles and Massacres Museum. Glenn led several tours of the museum, and even jumped in to give a World War 2 veteran a special memory.
He explained on Facebook:
Wow, this audience is the best ever! I love spending time with you. I just finished my last tour of the museum. We started this am at 8am and I am on the way home now (almost 11pm). Tired? You bet. But lifted up.
I just spent the past two and a half hours with my last tour group. They were from all over the country. Dedicated and smart. Funny and kind.
[...] I wish someone would have taken a picture of the WWII vet that took an afternoon tour. When I saw him, I joined his tour halfway through. When we got to the D-Day display, we moved the display case and got the Eisenhower five star helmet. His eyes lit up when I placed in on his head. Wow. Magical. I think there were tears running down his cheeks. There were down mine and few didn't follow suit.
It wasn't too much later that Glenn got a hold of some photos to share with the audience: