a web service we are providing here a mirror to the
most recent update page on the website www.flight93crash.com
which is devoted to the mystery of the Pennsylvania
crash of United flight 93. We have improved the
layout and put dates into international format. All
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November 2 -- Here's an article
[Sunday Times, London] worth considering.
experts say that at this point there were three
nuclear power stations between the plane and
Washington and directly in its line of flight:
Three Mile Island, Peach Bottom and Hope
It's a good thing the heroes were on
the job, because the National Guard must have
been flying circles over D.C. for 20-25 minutes
before they moved toward 93 to intercept
. . . or F-16's would have been there.
October 30 -- Just a quick note to thank
Pat Campbell from WSTV news-talk radio for
having me on for an hour this morning. It takes
some guts to bring up this topic and think it over
on the air.
October 29 -- Updated timeline with new
a 12 page story on Flight 93.
October 28 -- Revised the summary a
October 26 -- updated some links that
Hey people -- if you need to see the
original links you better save them now. We've
had a number of articles disappear here. I also
made small changes and additions to a few
different pages to reflect new things I've
learned. Nothing earth shattering.
October 24 -- Added
Sorensen's Article to links
October 23 -- Added the Lear jet joke of
a cover story to the Shoot Down page. Get the
following videos before they are removed from the
couple of eyewitnesses talking about the plane
going in and the primary debris field.
says very little debris seen from air -- just a
traveling SW at impact.
plane was in the area with no
scene described, forest shown -- 300 yards away
is showered in small pieces.
October 22 -- Found
a spooky pdf link to an afternoon special
edition of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette on 9-11-01
-- 10:36 Flight 93 crashes? update -- link added
Comment: If this 10:36 time is actually
the correct time it really raises questions
because all the cell calls ended before 10 a.m.
So did the Post Gazette call the locals and get
an accurate time before they printed it as the
headline on the front page? Or did they just
make it up? Did someone report it to them wrong?
I'm guessing it was a mistake.
I also added a description of the primary debris
field on the debris page that describes a unique
area that is not part of an eight-mile continuous
October 20 -- Google
finally indexed this site -- and it comes back on
the first page of search results for "Flight 93"
when I checked today.
Guess I can get off their case a
little. I actually tried to buy a small ad on
Google and they denied my ad because they didn't
like the nature of this website -- which is
understandable. I imagine it will slowly show up
on other search engines now. We'll see.
October 17 -- The bulletin board was down
for a few days, now it's working again.
After about 10 days of not getting many
emails etc. I've been getting a lot more in the
past couple days. The counter shows about 1,000
more page views in the past 24 hours, so
somebody with a bit of traffic has linked here.
I'm busy with work, but I hope to add some
content and comments soon. I think I need to add
a poll to this site -- the emails I've gotten
are all over the board. Very interesting
October 6 -- After talking to the real
pilots of American and United Airline planes
grounded that morning, FBI agents believe 12
separate incidents were planned.
learned from the cockpit voice recorder from UA
Flight 93, which crashed in rural Pennsylvania,
that a hijacker had joined the flight crew.
Comment: Wow, 12 incidents planned and
we got 4 (four). That means 8 crews of
terrorists may still be at large. Sleep tight.
But again, do you hear it on the news? No,
because you can't handle the truth.
October 3 -- I've gotten a number of
emails asking me to finish this darn thing off...
really not that much to add. I just want to write
up how a shoot down or bomb might have
October 3 -- Added to Military FAQ: In
1995, the CIA and the FBI learned that Osama bin
Laden was planning to hijack U.S. airliners and
use them as bombs to attack important targets in
the U.S. This
scheme was called Project Bojinka.
Comment: Who's getting fired? Frankly,
I believe our military was aware of this threat
and planned for it. The FAA is another story. I
think we've all seen how pathetic they are at
security. Again, who's getting fired??