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This is about the mysterious banging, clanging, construction-type sounds heard in (one or both of) the twin towers in the weeks and months prior to 9/11. It was discussed in the (Internet) film 9/11 MYSTERIES. First, famed witness William Rodriguez reported the sounds. He said they were coming from a floor at which no elevators stopped. There was no button to go there. Then, much more vividly, another guy (whose name eludes me) reported the sounds on the floor above him. (We can assume others on his floor also heard them and were discussed. He wasn't hallucinating). Out of curiosity he went to look up there and, holy cannoli, the entire floor was utterly empty; devoid of any sign of activity or anything else!

Could there have been ghosts or other invisible beings operating there?

This is obviously the most overlooked aspect of the saga. How many other witnesses are alive? This needs to be explored to the fullest.

SphericalMiracle, Unexplained Mysteries 14 Comments [6/23/2008 4:38:34 PM]
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Darth Wang


Also first

6/23/2008 6:15:43 PM


Can I buy pot from you?


6/23/2008 7:02:39 PM


Dude, lay off the drugs.

6/23/2008 7:12:04 PM


Dude, That's some good acid...

6/23/2008 8:44:03 PM

Old Viking

There is a reason why this is the most overlooked aspect of the saga.

6/24/2008 3:16:44 AM


Well, yeah, either ghosts or... well...

Mechanical Floor

6/24/2008 3:30:28 PM

This is potentially great B movie material.

6/24/2008 3:49:12 PM

Deep Space Cowboy

Don't tell me- There was also a special passageway into John Malkovich's head.

6/26/2008 4:39:19 AM


nah, those bands are where the amtrak conspirators built the trains that did 9/11


>.> <.<


seriously, I have to wonder if any of the tinfoil hatters realise that they will not convince anyone of their beliefs if they sound like a parody.

Why do you think that L. Ron made it so people had to pay for large numbers of brainwashing sessions before he revieled the bits about xenu and his fleet of DC-8 spaceships. The answer is that if he said that from the getgo, noone would have joined the church, but by only revealing it after a certain amount of time, during which he gained the misguided trust of his followers, he was able to get them to believe it.

I realy dont get why the conspiracy theorists think they will convince anyone by comming out with the crazy theories from the start (because the only people they convince are people who proably would have eventualy made up their own personal crazy theory if they never joined the first tinhatter), when they could get many more people by starting with smaller claims (possibly based in real life) to get as many people as they can from the start, and when they have lots of people, they slowly introduce the more wacky ideas.

6/26/2008 9:07:38 PM


Adam, you overlook one difference between yourself and conspiracy theorists.

You're not batshit insane.

6/26/2008 11:57:07 PM


"This needs to be explored to the fullest."

Yes, we'd better go check that floor out.

6/27/2008 2:41:51 AM


those noises were probably some kid with a hidden microphone and a walkie talkie

6/27/2008 9:04:15 AM


@xplicit_UK: lulz that article even has the twin towers showing the mech. floors clearly.

epic fail.

6/28/2008 4:43:24 PM


It's an office tower, tenants move in and out all the time. As new tenants move in the office space is redesigned for them. Have you never worked in an office building?

7/2/2008 6:02:37 AM

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