posted on Feb, 10 2007 @ 03:59 PM
Originally posted by SkyWay
Originally posted by LaCokaNostra
how could you even believe that??
You can't spell gullible correctly and you call others fools? Do you know how that makes YOU look?
Anyway, what I said before wasn't really promoting any discussion, so... I decided to use the little information on this picture and look up Steven
And I searched photos he took in New York and immediately crypto links started popping up, mostly around the subject of "mothman". Here is the
photographer's commentary on this picture:
Steven Moran, the photographer who took the "Angel" (or Mothman?) photo at the World Trade Center on September 11th. filed this report: "I
live in New York City, and today I went to take pictures of the WTC's wreckage. I shot this first picture of the rescue operation, looking south on
Greenwich Street. When I got home and previewed my pictures on the computer, I noticed something in the one entitled "Down Greenwich 3" that was not
in the scene when I took the photo. Upon blowing up the questionable image, it appeared to me to look like an angel hovering over the pile of debris
and the rescuers. It couldn't be a pigeon or a seagull because being behind the building on the right, it would be too large. Also, we don't have
any vultures or pelicans here in NYC. From the context of the photo, it looks to be about the size of a man, and is around 60 to 100 feet above the
scene. I have other photos of this scene taken from the same angle that do not contain this image. The way I interpret the image is, it's either a
guardian angel looking over the rescuers and those poor people still trapped beneath, or the Angel of Death hovering to collect the souls of the
dying. I was using a Kodak DC4800 digital camera."
And concerning sightings in New York around 9/11:
Here in the United States, many people reported seeing strange objects in the sky in the minutes after the World Trade Center attacks of
September 11th. Witnesses reported seeing non-commercial, non-military aircraft in the area. A few reported seeing "winged, flying men" in the areas
surrounding the Twin Towers. While some of these accounts were reported, the claims went largely ignored and entirely uninvestigated.
Visit Steven Moran's official website here