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  • 9/11: The Conspiracy Theories

  • The Truth and What’s Been Hidden from Us
  • By: David Gardner
  • Narrated by: Kris Dyer
  • Length: 10 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: History, Americas
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (107 ratings)

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Summary

The time is right to learn what really happened on 9/11.

The time is right to unearth what has been deliberately withheld from the public.

Nearly 20 years ago, on 11 September 2001, four passenger aircraft were hijacked and flown into the World Trade Center in New York, the Pentagon near Washington and a field in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Nearly 3,000 people were killed. The narrative in the weeks and months that followed seemed straightforward: the attacks had been masterminded by al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, an embittered terrorist with an abiding hatred of the West. But, as the 20-year anniversary approaches, that neat explanation still fails to answer some important questions surrounding that fateful day.

How did World Trade Center Building, 7-100 yards from the Twin Towers - collapse so quickly and symmetrically when it had not been hit?

How could two rogue aircraft bring down three towers?

Did the US government help orchestrate the attacks as an 'inside job'? 

9/11: The Conspiracy Theories seeks the truth - not only of what we do know about 9/11 but also what has been intentionally hidden from us. Researching these stories with the help of strong first-person reporting and an in-depth examination of documentation released under freedom-of-information protocols, this book sheds new light on one of history's most tragic and troubling episodes, which shattered for ever the myth of America as a country immune to international terrorism.

©2021 David Gardner (P)2021 Bonnier Books UK

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Interesting and NOT sensationalised - recommended.

I enjoyed this title very much. It touches on many of the conspiracy theories around 9/11, but is delivered in a sensitive and considered way.

It is not sensationalised at all and it covers many of the discovered facts and un-redacted material available presenting it in a way that allows the reader/listener to consider it themselves. Recomended.

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essential 9/11 information

Released in tune to see the 20th anniversary, this book covers many aspects of the 9/11 story. clear and textual, supported with evidence. the question remains whether the cover up will ever be exposed to the public.

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conspiracy???

I obviously was completely mislead in to thinking there would be some details of some conspiracy or many of around the twin towers disaster. but apparently I would be very wrong. this is more of a in depth report of the public perception. and boring at that.

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Makes you wonder !

I'm not a conspiracy theorist, but this book really makes me wonder if the official story is completely correct.
It seems that too many clues as to what was to happen on September 11, were missed intentionally in order to protect hidden interests.

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Very enjoyable and accessible.

Thoroughly enjoyed this telling of the story. The actual recordings of the air traffic control is both powerful and upsetting. Worth it for that section alone.

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Excellent and not one bit insensitive just fact's

I got a better understanding of the events leading up to and on the day of this horrific tradegy. This book includes all air traffic calls etc. After hearing those I can now understand why it was so confusing to everyone on that day. This book does not include false sensational theories at all. It actually explains how certain things happened and explains why those theories are wrong. I now know it wasn't so much a Bush cover up and allowing it to happen but more the CIA allowing intelligence to fall through the cracks and not informing FBI that the terrorists where on American soil. Therefore Bush had no way out but to go along with cover up. Also this had never happened before and when you hear repeatedly the military saying this is real world it lets you know that you can train for this but never actually know what it is going to be like in reality. Highly recommended for everyone.

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GOOD PRESENTATION/NARRATION

Excellent Book Focussing on factual accounts and providing "Live" recordings. This is Truly a terrible point in history and repercussions of it's aftermath a deverstatiomal events of Western Civilization. One can only hope that the families of victims find peace they deserve.

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All facts, very little theory.

A sensible logical and calmly presented assessment of a messy disaster with clear insight into the many ducking and weaving to protect their own interests at any cost.

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Tedious

Nothing of any import that wasn't on the news or could be easily looked up. Far better books on this matter that examine the detail and ask better questions.

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More different info, but is it true?

At the beginning this book feels like a documentary, but then it starts to get a bit weird. There is information about the people in the planes that no one could know, but as they are now deceased, no one can ask them. I think it's down to how you feel about something that has so much 'information ' out there. It still remains one of the saddest days in recent history, and no one can deny that.