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9/11 Passengers Landed in Cleveland

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On the day of September 11, 2001, one airport had unusual activity still not completely explained to this day: Cleveland.

There, two planes made emergency landings - Delta 1989 (scheduled for Los Angeles) and an unidentified plane within about a half hour of one another - 10:10 AM and 10:45 AM. (The emergency landings were ordered by authorities based on what turned out to be a false report of a bomb on board one of the planes).

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A passenger from 1989 later said there were "sixty or so" passengers on her plane. Although early press reports said the second plane had 200 passengers, there appears to be no corroboration for this exact number and it may well have been an estimate.

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Although there are no official numbers of passengers for the flights alleged to have been a part of the plot, manifests and other sources give us a very good guess. David Ray Griffin has used the numbers 92 and 65 for Flights 11 and 175, respectively, and 45 for Flight 93. Though the total number for all three flights (202) is much closer to the estimate, it is reasonable that a person would look at a group of 157 persons and estimate 200.

The researcher Woody Box concludes, based on press and eyewitness reports, that the 1989 passengers went to an FAA building at the south end of the airport and that the second plane passengers went to a NASA facility on the west end of the airport.

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In an article on the site "Bravehost," a writer details transcripts purportedly from Flight 1989 and Flight 93 and notes the similarity in a message from "hijackers" on each plane about a bomb on board. The controllers contacted and received a response from the 1989 pilot, who agreed to land in Cleveland, but got no response from 93.

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Dean Hartwell's book, "Planes without Passengers: the Faked Hijackings of 9/11," reached the top of Amazon's charts for large print books on history. He has authored three others: "Facts Talk but the Guilty Walk:the 9/11 No Hijacker Theory and Its (more...)
 

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