Troubles victims meet at Shankill bomb memorial
Three men connected to some of the most infamous atrocities of the Troubles came together yesterday for a poignant visit to the site of the Shankill bomb.
Alan McBride, who lost his wife and father-in-law in the Belfast blast, was joined by Miami Showband massacre survivor Stephen Travers and Eugene Reavey, who lost three members of his family following a loyalist paramilitary attack.
Mr McBride said: "Frizzell's fish shop is where 10 people died. I think of it as a sacred space.
"Stephen just wants to pay his respects, that's why I've agreed to take him up there.
"He's a good guy, Stephen. I like him."
Mr McBride and Mr Travers later took part in an event titled Life After Death: Living Today with a Legacy of the Troubles as part of the 4 Corners Festival, talking about what helps them live life now.