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The Boeing 757 That Magically Vaporized in Shanksville on 9/11


The mystery of Boeing 757 Flight 93 at Shanksville on 9/11 reminds me of my socks: They just keep disappearing. There must be a wormhole near my laundry basket that sucks socks into The Great Void. I’ve never been able to solve it.

But not everything disappeared at Shanksville. What was found? Clean and unscathed red bandanna believed to belong to “hijacker.”

And, of course, “hijacker” “Saeed Al Ghamdi’s” Saudi Arabia passport was located.

Passport photo from flight 93:

But as for the “Boeing 757 aircraft” in Shanksville; no signs of it. Of course, for somebody like “Bin Laden,” who could totally obliterate three sturdy tower blocks with two planes, and then manage to wipe out the accounts department in the world’s best-protected military headquarters with another, making a fourth huge aircraft completely vanish into a small hole in the ground should barely have presented a challenge. /sarc

This is an interesting exercise in how the Crime Syndicate controls the scene and the narrative. In this case, news media showed up on the scene, flew overhead and interviewed witnesses. You have to see it to believe it though. These short clips are entirely scrubbed from the Internet. What you are watching here is ultra-rare. We will see how long it lasts online.

What’s amazing about Shanksville is that USGS aerial images show a hole and trench there before the crash. Here is one taken in 1994. Whodathunk?

Here are more witnesses at Shanksville that got out of the bag. Coroner describes Flight 93 crash site- a hole of nothing.

Mayor is on the scene, sees no aircraft, no body parts.

First responder firefighter:

Pittsburgh field office FBI agent, who arrived on the Flight 93 crash scene. There were no signs of an aircraft or people, just hijacker passports and their paper notes.

This eyewitness describes something that was anything but a commerical aircraft. Yes, something did hit. A missile.

6 Comments on The Boeing 757 That Magically Vaporized in Shanksville on 9/11

  1. I don’t understand how the missiles that hit the WTC were made to appear crude facsimiles of passenger planes, but real they weren’t.

    And yes, there’s always a manifesto, a passport or suicide note that is found in good condition. No serial-numbered part, mind you, out of in hundreds of thousands.

    United 93 was a polished exercise in fantasy, I’ve got to admit.

    • 6 to 8 miles away, only small pieces and hardly a “field”- makes little sense.And found two days later, really? I don’t think any 757 went down.The last interview in the post describes the incoming.

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