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Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Vaporized WTC Victims?

I just finished reading Robert Shaler's book "Who They Were", on the identification of 9/11 victims at Ground Zero. Shaler was the director of the forensic biology department for the New York City Chief Medical Examiner, and oversaw the enormously complex identification process for 9/11 vicitims at Ground Zero. Much of the ID'ing was done by DNA typing, as the very few intact bodies were found, and much of the human remains were small pieces.

Only 293 intact bodies were recovered from Ground Zero, out of at least 2749 victims.

Even more striking is the fact that only 1592 victims could be ID'ed-- meaning for at least 1157 victims, nothing was found or for whatever remains were found, intact DNA was not recovered.

Again, this is strong confirmation for extremely high energy devices, as might be obtained from nuclear blasts, being used to destroy the twin towers-- and at the same time vaporizing many of the poor souls left inside the buildings.

Keep in mind that officially, for the flight 77 and flight 93 crashes, all people were identified by remains found at the crash site-- same for the AA587 crash on November 12, 2001.

But only about 58% of Ground Zero victims were recovered in any significant form.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

C'mon, Spooky! Get something new up. I'm tired of reading the same old shit.

4:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

and watch vids by "MysticalGroove"
on Youtube...

8:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Question: Surely you are familiar with Killtown's blog because I have seen you post on there regularly, so I was wondering if you could help me find a page on it or on something Killtown-related that I found a week ago but can no longer find. It is the page with the aerial photos of the Shanksville site but taken in 1993 or '94, showing pre-existing "trenches", including one right where the "wings" trench would be on 9/11. It had one or two photos of this and I was trying to find it for the last couple days, because a week ago when I first saw it I just assumed I would be able to find it again easily so I didn't bookmark it. Well for the past couple days I have been unable to find it no matter how hard I've looked. Perhaps you are more familiar with its location and could post the page's address on here? Thanks very much.

5:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"""officially, for the flight 77 and flight 93 crashes, all people were identified by remains found at the crash site"""

but how many of these identified people were actual people and not simply fabricated names?

2:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Probably very few anonymous 2:56. Consider how few of either alleged passengers on 77 and 93 have had their families apply for the hush money. Also consider that the coroner for the county Shanksville is in, who was the coroner responsible for that "crash site" said a year after 9/11 that "to this day I haven't seen a single drop of blood. Not a drop."

6:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think "Flight 93" was a remotely-piloted A-3 Skywarrior painted up in United Airlines colors and equipped with a "Flight Termination System" made by Systems Planning Corp., rigged to explosives that had been thoroughly installed throughout the aircraft. Flown by a controller in the back of a DC-130 Hercules (drone control variant of the standard C-130), it was flown to the pre-designated "crash area" and blown up in midair, hence the widely separated debris fields. The "crater" was made most likely by an Army cratering charge, they've had those for many years now. As for the "wings" trench that may well have been preexisting judging from Killtown's aerial photos from 1993 that I saw a week ago. The "tail" mark could easily have been made by a buried line charge like the Army uses in mineclearing, it's basically a firehose stuffed with C4 explosive. Taper the amount of explosive in it, and bury the "heavy" end deeper than the other, set it off and you have a perfectly-shaped "tail" trench. Maybe have some scrap from the adjacent scrap yard buried nearby when they bury the explosive charges, set the whole thing off when the "Flight 93" drone detonates and Voila! We have the "Flight 93 crash site".

6:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think you are a moron.

7:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For anyone who may be looking for the pre-existing craters at the Shanksville site, simply go to Google Earth and look up the location. There's a 'history' slider in the upper left hand corner of the program that allows you to go back to the earliest space photos; there's some blurry ones pre-2001 that look a lot like the crater seen afterwards, and some more research will show that the place where the 'plane' hit was very hidden from the nearby highway, and had an access road in the rear which would have made dumping the plane parts easy. Remember that the 'Shanksville' location is not entirely accurate; Google Earth provides a nice marker for the spot where the crash supposedly was, though.

9:54 PM  

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