The jurors who sentenced Timothy McVeigh to die for killing 168 people in the Oklahoma City bombing traveled Friday to the scene of the tragedy to meet with the families of McVeigh's victims.

Several blast survivors and relatives of those killed in the attack greeted the jurors from Denver with a rendition of the theme song of the musical "Oklahoma" as they arrived at the city's airport for their weekend visit.Ten of the 12 jurors and all six alternates from McVeigh's trial were on the trip and said they had been inspired by the emotional trial testimony of those who lost loved ones in the bombing.