Toni Blanco and Alecia Wright lived with those who sought refuge from Katrina in the Superdome.
They went back Tuesday to take a look -- the massive building dark, eerily empty and reeking of human waste. Personal effects were scattered everywhere, and the field was littered with debris. Two rays of light poked through the holes that were blown in the dome that allowed rain to pour in.
"The pictures or the television can't show the stench, the smell of urine and water mixed on the floors, the feces," Blanco said. "It was unimaginably horrible."
We can all get closer to the tragedy if we had smellavision.