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This ad for Pakistan Airlines is real. And in the history of advertising, it really takes the creepy cake. Even worse than babies endorsing cigarettes! Seriously, if Nostradamus ran an ad firm to warn the world about blowback, this would have been in his portfolio. It appeared in the March 19th, 1979 issue of Le Point (and surely countless other publications). Yes, the shadow is in pretty much in the same place as where the planes hit on September 11th, and there's no way the shadow should be that big unless it's seconds away from hitting the towers
THE nightmare of the Twin Towers is captured in a haunting picture — made by a Brit 13 years BEFORE 9/11.
The chalk drawing of passenger jets, skyscrapers, flames and a scared child emerged yesterday ahead of tomorrow’s solemn tenth anniversary of the terror attacks. Amateur artist Willie Gardner’s work from 1988 hung in a back office at an obscure Scottish community centre as the hellish events of September 11, 2001, unfolded.