How would you, how, how would you say it looked to you, how did it feel to you when you got into Detroit?
Well, it was eerie, there were, we, there was hardly anyone on the streets, we didn't see anything - no people, no nothing, nothing on the streets, we didn't see anything.
We got to cut.
We came into the city about 3:00 a.m. that morning, and it was a rather eerie feeling that we had because no one was on the streets. I mean it was just deserted, and we were concerned, we didn't know, you know, what was happening with our families, we didn't know the extent of the riot that first day, and so we were able to get home early that morning and of course the next day the riot was on again.