Thousands of unidentified remains from the 9-11 terrorist attacks will be moved tomorrow to a repository inside the 9-11 Museum in lower Manhattan.  That word went out earlier this week in an email to victims' families, some of whom are upset about the short notice and the timing.

The move to Ground Zero comes the day before Mother's Day.  Of the more than 27-hundred people reported missing in the terror attack, four out of ten have not been identified.

The email, which was sent by the New York City Medical Examiner's office, said that families would be able to visit a special Reflection Room at the site beginning May 15th.  That's when the National September 11 Memorial Museum will open to family members.  It will open to the public six days later.    (Metro Networks Inc.)