Did 3000 people really die on 9-11?
Maybe the victims are fake >> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PoZEuj1VPv0
Never heard of this theory before, with those supposedly fake photographs. One never ceases to be amazed even 11 years later.
I'd come across another website that has posted closeups
of the "poster wall" where (supposedly) people would come downtown and place their 'missing one' on "the wall". Oddly, the posters are (were) placed there in alphabetical order complete with the same type of scotch tape
. Some dude named Dr. Louis Nevaer, had gone down there a week or so after (and just before some serious rainfall event) had taken some 5,000+ posters down and he is schlepping them in some sort of 'virtual wall' tour.
It strange that whoever (or whatever spook agency was hired) to placed these posters all over that area, they didn't come back to get them unless it was the dude(s) who placed them there.
And yet, one simple alternative thought would challenge the main example. If the family of the Wainio girl had deliberately
cleaned up her photo since it was going to be used officially, the missing background clutter would be easily explained. People did have Photoshop in 2001 you know and used it for stuff like this - unlike the researcher perhaps. But the research stops there. Nobody finds out the history of the photo or has contacted anyone around the family to find out.
All those posters were up in two days. Prolly placed there in the overnight hours maybe with the block cordoned off for a couple hours?
I remember watching the aftermath, maybe to a week after the event and hearing the mainstream news talkers (like Peter Jennings) going on how the "families" wanted to have 'private' funerals. Good cover story to keep inquisitive minds at bay and keep the masses asleep.
That said, it's not that unlikely that some
people on the plane had protected identities and some picture and biographies might have been made up to cover tracks. The complexity of life works against
anomaly researchers in cases like this. This case might also be a demonstration of the principle: "adding single instances of weirdness together does not necessarily increase the total weirdness of any connected event" (Diebert's Law of Weird Things).
Another interesting thing about the "families" was there were no "family members" at the final destinations (airports) to pick the passengers up. A few airline employees had brought this up a year or so after (or maybe during) the 9-11 Commission hearings. It was somewhat like the Kennedy Commission set up by LBJ, do a public make-up job and bury the facts because.......?
I'll look for that article.