http://wacoholocaustelectronicmuseum.orgThese remains were found pressed together in an agglutinated mass inside the concrete room. They were among the last to be recovered, having been allowed to rot in the elements until allegedly picked up on April 27-29, 1993.
The eleven human beings said to be represented by this mass of flesh and bone include members of David Koresh's family: his wife Rachel, and their children Cyrus, Star, and Bobbie Lane; Lorraine Sylvia and her daughters Rachel and Hollywood; Paiges Gent, a baby; an unidentified infant, an unidentified toddler, and an unidentified child. Even more remarkably, the deceased, found compacted like this as if by a mechanical press, were said to have died variously of smoke inhalation, suffocation, and gunshot wounds. Some of the remains were mutilated by fire, some were disarticulated through decomposition, and some were dismembered. It is obvious that these people died in different environments, and their remains gathered after death, kneaded together and pressed into a mound. How was this effect achieved?
I recommend going through the exhibits from start to finish as it shows some insight into what could have been the motives of the Gov't to kill the Davidians and how it could apply to "resistant" citizens in the future.