November 30, 2008
Five members of the Nelson County-based Synchronicity Foundation have begun the process of coming home following last week's terror attacks in Mumbai, India.
A spokesperson for the spiritual community tells us the group, including its leader, Master Charles Cannon, will be back at the Nelson County compound by Tuesday.
Joining them at a press conference will be Kia Scherr, she's the wife of 58-year-old Alan Scherr and mother of thirteen-year-old Naomi Scherr.
They were among the six Americans killed in those attacks.
Synchronicity leaders say they're planning a memorial service in their honor.
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