Based on the work of Fiske Center Archaeologists, Joe Bagley (The Boston City Archaeologist) was able to recreate the outside edge of the tank that burst and caused the Molasses Flood disaster. Joe asked folks to stand along that circle during the ceremony of remembrance. This happened at 10:30 AM on Tuesday January 15, 2019 at Langone Park, marking 100 years since the Great Molasses Flood. John Steinberg, Melissa Ritchey, & Jocelyn Lee represented the Fiske Center and demonstrated how the GPR worked after the ceremony.
(update Jan 16, 2019) The event received some press coverage:
An article by Emily Sweeney in the Boston Globe — Boston officials remember the Great Molasses Flood, 100 years later
An article by Matt Conti in the North End Waterfront – Human Circle Commemorates 100th Anniversary of Great Molasses Flood