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Old 6 Aug 2010 , 23:03 PM   #6
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Great article Phil!

Most of us knew about the most ridiculous of all of the phone calls, and the odd behavior of Alice Hoglan and her Husband, But the Exif/IPTC data puts those observations in a whole new light.

Instead of being two of 911's little oddities, now they are solid legs under a story which was put together well before 911.

The words of the phone call were never expected to be held under scrutiny. They were meant to slide easily into our subconscious, especially the "you do believe me, don't you" part. It was to register in our brains as a 911 hero asking us directly to "believe him". At a time of emotional shock (which was a spell the whole world was under) these suggestions are VERY powerful.

Held to scrutiny, outside the "spell", they are obviously not genuine comments.

Mrs. Hoglan appears more like a nervous actress than a grieving mother. I believe now we can conclude that is because she was a nervous actress, not a grieving mother.



I think one thing Phil has clearly shown is a correlation between the:
a. earlier Exif/IPTC data
b. flawed, overdone human interest stories
c. families thrust in the limelight right in the wake of 911.


From Tania Head, to Sonia Puopolo and from George Sleigh to Ruth McCourt and Paige Hackel, wherever you have a survivor or family in the limelight, we have found a seriously flawed story behind them.


It is becoming obvious now that there were Actors, well (?) prepared BEFORE 911, to make the talk show "rounds", to reinforce for us the existence of their "dear departeds".

Out of the reported 2800 deaths, we seem to see only the same handful of "families" in the media.

Out of 20,000+ reported survivors, we see only a handful making media appearances.

Phil, you've settled the story of 911 Hero Mark Bingham once and for all.



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