911 Fact and Fiction - Graphic by Evan Denton
If you like a thrilling conspiracy story full of mystery and
suspense, then read a Dan Brown novel.
For drier, less enthralling conspiracy fiction (masquerading
as non-fiction) read the official government reports on 9/11.
But for the most satisfying down to earth read, based in
reality, containing actual facts and sound scientific analysis, look no further
than "Where Did The Towers Go" by Dr Judy Wood. Itís not a work of
fiction, yet it's out of this world. Itís not Sherlock Holmes, yet the evidence
is elementary. It contains many glossy pictures, but it does not gloss over
detail. It deals with a conspiracy, but itís not conspiracy theory. Itís worth
its weight in gold, yet itís a bargain at only $39.95 (plus postage and
handling). Itís not the Bible, yet it will be one of the most important books
you will ever read.
And for the juicy part of this monstrous and outrageous
conspiracy, read the complimentary book "9/11 Finding the Truth" by
Andrew Johnson, documenting the cover-up attempts of Dr Wood's research.
Where Did The Towers Go?