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There may have been an attempt to hijack United Airlines Flight 23 flying from Boston to Los Angeles around 9:00 a.m. Shortly after 9:00 a.m., United Airlines flight dispatcher Ed Ballinger sent out a warning about the first WTC crash to the flights he was handling (see (After 9:00 a.m.)). Because of this warning, the crew of Flight 23 told the passengers it had a mechanical problem and immediately returned to the gate. Ballinger was later told by authorities that six men initially wouldn't get off the plane. When the men finally disembarked, they disappeared into the crowd and never returned. Later, authorities checked their luggage and found copies of the Koran and al-Qaeda instruction sheets. [Chicago Daily Herald, 4/14/04] In mid-2002, a NORAD deputy commander says “we don't know for sure” if Flight 23 was to have been hijacked.
Knives of the same type used in the successful hijackings were found taped to the backs of fold-down trays on a Continental Airlines flight from Newark. [Guardian, 9/19/01]
Originally posted by Nlive81
I heard on Oprah, there were three people who let one of the three terorist pass, he has that popular face, creepy looking man...forgot his name, but the two people who let him pass commited suicide and the third guy said he was seeing his face everywhere; like in dreams and while shopping and while he was walking outside he saw his face in a car staring back at him.