posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 11:30 PM
Born: New York
Last seen: September 11th 1826
Morgan was known to have joined the Freemasons, only to the get rejected. Angered, he wrote a book outlining Masonic rituals and secrets.
Some members of the Batavia lodge published an advertisement denouncing Morgan. Unknown individuals were reported to have tried to set fire to
Miller's newspaper office. A group of Masons gathered at Morgan's house claiming that he owed them money. On September 11, 1826, Morgan was
Morgan was never seen again after September 11th. This caused wide spread speculation, protests and eventually the creation of the Anti-Masonic party
less than 2 years later. William Morgan inspired many Americans and became a symbol of Free speech and Free Rights.
Protests against Freemasons took place in New York and the neighboring states.
John Quincy Adams, joined in denouncing the Masons
New York governor DeWitt Clinton, also a Mason, offered a $1,000 reward for information about Morgan's whereabouts, but it was never
September 11th, 1826 was the day chosen to "arrest" Morgan. After that day he was never seen. In the minds of 1826 Americans, he was killed by a
secret society for threatening to reveal secrets. Thus making 9/11 a day of fear, a number that pops up multiple times later in the future:
- 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Building Fire - 3rd deadliest disaster in New York
- 9/11/1941 - Construction begins on the Pentagon, a future 9/11 target
- 9/11/1981 - Dylan Klebold, Columbine High serial killer, is born
-9/11/2001- NYC, DC and Pennsylvania are all struck by suicide jets
- DC Sniper John Allen Muhammad was put to sleep at 9:11
- 911 = Emergency number for all Americans
Source: William Morgan
Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire
edit on 31-10-2012 by waltdisney because: (no reason given)