Ch. I - 9/11 Through the Eyes of an American Skeptic
9-11 Through the Eyes of an American Skeptic
As a journalist with an independent weekly newspaper based in Washington, D.C., I became caught up in the events of 9-11 from the minute it happened and was able to write freely about the terror attacks that were exploited to start the pre-planned War on Terror.
From my position as a skeptic of the unproven official version, I have examined the facts and evidence since the day it happened and have concluded that the U.S. government and controlled media have engaged in a conspiracy to deceive the world about what really happened on that terrible day.
The early morning hours of September 11, 2001 found me with my family driving through New York City en route to Washington, D.C. after a weekend trip to Stowe, Vermont. We had visited the Trapp family lodge and gotten a late start from Stowe on Monday afternoon. By the time we reached New York City, our two small children were fast asleep in the back seat of our rented Buick.
Because the hotels were all full or outrageously expensive, I was left with no choice but to continue driving down the highway when I should have been sleeping. To keep me awake as I drove through New York City, my wife Helje told me about a vivid dream she had had a week earlier, the night before we had left our home near Chicago.
I had heard parts of Helje's strange dream when she had first told it to our children in the backseat of the car as we set out across Indiana for Washington, D.C. Now, to help keep me awake on the busy highways of New York City, she told me her dream from the week before.