September 11, 2001 (9/11/2001) Forensic Reconstruction
- Published on Apr 6, 2015
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If you are interested in 9/11 this video is a must see.
This video is a forensic recreation of the events that transpired on September 11, 2001. It is created to better understand how events unfolded on that day and to streamline much of the incoming information from various sources into one cohesive video. It does so using FAA and Air Traffic, NEADS, and Fire Fighter recordings mated to simulations of the flight paths’ of the planes involved.
It is put together using minimalistic and best source information gathered to present the best picture possible within audible space. WNBC channel 4 in New York provided the best review of the events of the day from a news source. Great care was taken to assure accurate timing so that events happened as they happened originally. It was necessary to adjust some audible events to allow for perception and in these cases they were kept as close to the original time as possible.
Thanks to all the officials who released their videos regarding the events of 9/11 and help make this investigation possible.
A special thanks goes to cjnewson88 for simulations of the 4 flights (favorite him and see the original separate flights @ thexvid.com/user/cjnewson88 ) which allowed me to complete my vision.
Also thanks to FLT111 who provided additional flight records could not be found anywhere else. (His youtube is here: thexvid.com/user/FLT111) . His information motivated me to go back and make the video perfect for time.
And a final thank you to all those that put themselves in harms way and those that gave their lives on 9/11/2001. Your sacrifice will
not be forgotten.
This was produced using PowerDirector 13.
This video was not created to support or deny any conspiracy associated with the events of 9/11.
For added knowledge, the flight recorder for Flight 93 was never released so it could not be added to this video, but you can view the transcript by clicking this link - en.wikisource.org/wiki/Flight...
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