The unidentified remains of 9/11 victims have been returned to the World Trade Center site in a solemn procession.

They will be housed underground in the National September 11 Memorial Museum.

Eileen Walsh lost her son in the attack. She thinks the remains should instead be stored in a separate above-ground monument: 'It just brought back so many flooded memories of the hope we had years ago of them coming out, walking out and then the hurt that you still feel knowing that they're going to be placed seventy feet below ground.' 

Adding to Walsh's opinion, Jim McCaffery, who lost his brother-in-law calls the move to store the remains in the basement of the museum "offensive and disrespectful": 'Osama bin Laden was given reverential treatment after he was taken out by the Navy SEALS several years ago. Why did the 9/11 dead not get the same reverential treatment?' 

According to further reports, some of the families of victims feel the move is a money grab, exploiting their loved ones for profit.