A Killtown Production - Tribute to the original: Hunt the Boeing!

Hunt the Boeing II

Shanksville edition!


As everyone knows, on September 11, less than an hour after the attack on the Pentagon, an airplane crashed in an empty field in rural Pennsylvania. The Associated Press first reported that the plane that crashed there had first made an emergency landing at a Cleveland international airport. The news network quickly retracted the story. The official US government version of events still holds. Here's a little game for you:  Take a look at these photographs and try to find evidence to corroborate the official version. It's up to you to Hunt the Boeing! . . .again!

Question n1

Image : Smithsonian

Image : Knox News

The two photographs show rescue workers examining an impact crater just after the crash. The average height of a man is about 6ft. We may observe that the crater is only about 10ft deep.


Can you explain how a Boeing 757-200 with a length of 155ft, weighing over 100 tons, and crashing 580mph* at nearly a 90-degree angle straight into the ground made a crater only 10ft deep?













*Source : 9/11 Commission

Question n2

      Image : PittsburgLIVE.com


    The photograph above shows the open field around the crater.

    Can you find debris of a Boeing 757-200 in this photograph?

Question n3

Image : FEMA

Image : TV New Zealand     Image : SignOnSanDiego 

The first photograph in question 3 shows the smoke plume from the crash in Shanksville. The bottom photographs show the smoke from two military ordnance blasts and smoke from a crash of a small lear jet.

Does the color and shape of the smoke plume from the Shanksville crash look more like the smoke from the lear jet crash or from the ordnance blasts?




Question n4

Video clip

Image : Library of Congress

The first image in question 4 shows in an aerial view of the crater. The image below is a close-up view of the crater. Notice that there is still long grass growing all around the crater and right up to the crater's edge.


You'll remember the photo in question 3 showing the smoke and fire from the crash of the lear jet.


Can you explain why the remaining 5,500 gallons* of jet fuel still in the airplane at the time of impact did not scorch the grass growing around the crater when it caught fire after the crash?










*Source : NTSB

Question n5

When asked by a reporter: "Any large pieces of debris at all?... Smoke? Fire?"


"Na, there was nothing, nothing that you could distinguish that a plane had crashed there... No smoke. No fire."


Source : FOX News video



Another witness near the scene:


"There's a very strong odor of scorched earth. It doesn't smell like jet fuel, it smells like ... How do you describe it? Burned earth. It smells like burned earth."


Source : WTAE-TV

The first quotation in question 5 correspond to comments made by Chris Konicki, a photographer  being interviewed by a local FOX News affiliate reporter. The second quotation correspond to comments made by WTAE reporter, Jim Parsons, who arrived shortly after the crash.

Can you explain why the photographer could not tell that an aircraft had crashed there and why the reporter could not smell any jet fuel at the scene?

Question n6

An official commenting about the crash scene:

"This is the most eerie thing. I have not, to this day, seen a single drop of blood. Not a drop."

"I stopped being coroner after about 20 minutes, because there were no bodies there. There was just nothing visible. It was the strangest feeling."

"[The crater looked] like someone took a scrap truck, dug a 10-foot ditch and dumped all this trash into it."

Sources :  PittsburgLIVE.com; Washington Post

The quotations in question 6 correspond to comments made by Somerset county coroner, Wallace Miller, about the remains of any of passengers from the plane and about what the crater looked like.

Can you explain why the county coroner could not find a single drop of blood at the scene and why he thought the crater looked like a man-made trash dump?

Question n7

Images : Smithsonian Institution; RCFP


When asked about some victim's belongings that were found:


"It was practically intact. It just looked like it wasn't damaged or hadn't gone through much of anything at all, which is so bizarre and ironic."

The photos in question 7 show a flight crew log and a hijacker's red bandana recovered at the crash site. The quotations below correspond to statements made by the sister of a passenger on board who's credentials and badge were recovered there too. Also recovered at the scene were photos, credit cards, purses and their contents, shoes, a wallet and currency, and a copy of a hijacker's letter.

Can you explain how paper, fabric, plastic, and other fragile items survived the crash relatively intact when witnesses could not find any traces of a large airplane or its passengers at the scene?


Sources : Pittsburgh Post-Gazette; FBI

How did you do?

Did you find the Boeing? Can you still defend the official version of events?
> Well done! Remember to get in touch with master of illusion, David Copperfield. He'll be glad to hear from you!

You found the official version lacking in something (like a Boeing, for example):
> If you begin to question whether a Boeing really did crash in Shanksville then, no doubt, you'll be wondering what happened to the aircraft that disappeared. You will probably ask yourself why the US government even told you this story in the first place and you'll start asking yourself lots of other questions besides. Don't worry! This is perfectly normal!


This is a Killtown production and was created as a tribute to the original Hunt the Boeing!, made by www.asile.org, who opened our eyes and made us question the official story of the most tragic day in America's history. For more information about the Shanksville crash, please visit here.