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Michael Thurman writes "Forget the towers, the hocus pocus that Hartwell describes around the planes could crack this affair wide open. He doesn't provide all the answers, but his analysis is spot on. He asks the right questions that no one else seems to be asking. Highly recommended." (5/21/12)
R. Rycoff states "There had NEVER BEFORE IN HISTORY been 4 simultaneous hijackings of airliners!!" (5/12/12)
Thank you to Barnes & Noble for putting Planes without Passengers: the Faked Hijackings of 9/11 on the "Current Affairs" bookshelf of my local store! This is a personal milestone!!!
Here is a list of videos who mention my book in their introductions.
My book, Planes without Passengers: the Faked Hijackings of 9/11, has now received ten reviews on Amazon. The most recent one, written by "RennMax," says that the book "gets really close to the truth." Read the review here.
Planes without Passengers: the Faked Hijackings of 9/11 advances the theory that neither flight 175 nor 93 crashed that day but were instead flying long after the times of their alleged crashes.Pilots for 9/11 Truth, an organization dedicated to uncovering what happened on 9/11, previously confirmed that United 175 received a message at least twenty minutes after it allegedly crashed into the World Trade Center. It has now proven that United 93 was flying over 500 miles away from its alleged crash site AT THE TIME IT SUPPOSEDLY CRASHED! The book
See the Pilots site here.
Pilots for 9/11 Truth, an organization dedicated to uncovering what happened on 9/11, has confirmed that United 175 received a message at least twenty minutes after it allegedly crashed into the World Trade Center. This proves that the flight never smashed into the Center but instead flew for some time that day, a point advanced in the book Planes without Passengers: the Faked Hijackings of 9/11.
The organization reveals this information on their site. They discuss a system of sending and receiving messages to and from airplanes in flight called ACARS, or Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System. They have quoted a United dispatcher named Ed Ballinger as saying that the second time stamp shown on the messages is the acknowledgement of receipt, a key point because the acknowledgement proves the flight had not crashed at the time of the last known message, 9:23 AM (the alleged crash was at 9:03 AM).
Planes without Passengers: the Faked Hijackings of 9/11 recently made it to the top of Amazon's charts for history books in large print! Here are some web sites who helped make that possible:
Dean Hartwell's concise theory as to what happened to the planes and passengers of 9/11 is now on Kindle! The book has done exceptionally well in paper back form and the author wanted to make it available in this format. Click here!