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Author Dean T. Hartwell has long articulated that no passenger planes were hijacked on 9/11 and that no passenger planes struck any buildings.  But this book is OUTDATED! Hartwell expands his thesis to what happened to alleged passengers and to the World Trade Center in his most recent book, "Was 9/11 a Movie?" NOW AVAILABLE!


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Author Dean T. Hartwell has long articulated that no passenger planes were hijacked on 9/11 and that no passenger planes struck any buildings.  But this book is OUTDATED! Hartwell expands his thesis to what happened to alleged passengers and to the World Trade Center in his most recent book, "Was 9/11 a Movie?" NOW AVAILABLE!

30 review for Planes without Passengers: the Faked Hijackings of 9/11

  1. 4 out of 5

    Shona

    This really is so terrible, I don't know where to start... I was expecting for it to annoy me, not because I don't agree with the premise these so-called 'truthers' start from, but because of their total arrogance, certainty they are right and attitude which basically assumes that if you don't agree with them, it's because you're either too stupid to realise 'the truth', or part of this (what must now, surely amount to millions of people wide) conspiracy. So, it wasn't the premise of Hartwell's This really is so terrible, I don't know where to start... I was expecting for it to annoy me, not because I don't agree with the premise these so-called 'truthers' start from, but because of their total arrogance, certainty they are right and attitude which basically assumes that if you don't agree with them, it's because you're either too stupid to realise 'the truth', or part of this (what must now, surely amount to millions of people wide) conspiracy. So, it wasn't the premise of Hartwell's argument which made it so terrible, but because his 'research' was diabolically poor - quoting the mad opinions of another 'truther' is NOT proof that something did, or did not happen. There is no primary research in this book, Hartwell simply uses and variously quotes other people's opinions and then makes wild claims as to how this 'proves' his own theories. In addition, there are parts of this work which I consider to be wholly disrespectful towards the families of people killed on 9/11 - on more than one occasion, he claims these people are themselves part of the conspiracy, and either through greed or idiocy, agreed to a plot which means they will, mainly willingly, never see their family members again. There seem to be no lengths Hartwell will not go to to 'prove' his theories, even if that means subscribing the worst kind of human behaviour on all manner of people: in the Government, civil service, various industries, and the bereaved families themselves. I've read a lot of what the 'truth' movement have produced, and this is by far one of the most awful I have come across. As I say, I have learned to put aside my disdain and simply read what is in front of me. However, this particular work really is beyond most of the genre, mainly because of the poor research and utterly bananas secondary theories. I understand there are people who do not accept the official account of what happened that day, and I believe myself that we do not know all the details; but I also accept that there are some things which - for a variety of reasons - cannot simply be released to the world. To argue that because the Government won't let you see every single piece of information, evidence, counter-terrorism briefing and so on, means the whole terrible atrocity was an event planned and enacted at the Government's (for that read George W. Bush) behest, is quite simply naive. I would ask Mr Hartwell one simple question: based on the number of people who would have to be 'in' on this conspiracy, why has NOT A SINGLE ONE ever broken the secrecy...? That's probably a Government cover-up too, because the way in which Hartwell and his ilk get around the questions *they* can't answer (or, when offered evidence to prove they are wrong) they simply come up with ever more wild accusations and bonkers theories). If you want people to seriously consider the theory you are projecting to be valid, then you need primary research, and above all, evidence. This book contains little - if any - of either. Apologies for all the inverted commas in this review; I would normally avoid this sort of thing, but here it seems appropriate. And if anyone else has read this and feels as frustrated as I do, I recommend David Aaronovich's book 'Voodoo Theories' which examines why people get so engrossed in conspiracy theories such as this.

  2. 4 out of 5

    John

    The book falls into the category of conspiracy theories, which at the time of reading I compared to personal experience of knowing someone who used to publish books about UFOs, who one time told me the the whole subject of UFOs was fake, and the people just wrote books about it to make money and keep people entertained. I noticed that that format had very large type, and the footnotes were such that the book was composed and published on a personal computer. As this is the second edition, the ad The book falls into the category of conspiracy theories, which at the time of reading I compared to personal experience of knowing someone who used to publish books about UFOs, who one time told me the the whole subject of UFOs was fake, and the people just wrote books about it to make money and keep people entertained. I noticed that that format had very large type, and the footnotes were such that the book was composed and published on a personal computer. As this is the second edition, the additional material had a few spelling and grammatical errors that caught my attention. The presentation of "facts" was along the lines of hypothesis, that is, if this is so, then that is also true, and stating the "true" parts over and over again in a very emphatic manner. This all is the reason for the rating of 3 of 5, the presentation of information in what to me was a not very logical manner. The actual basic facts are totally within the full title, Planes Without Passengers, The Faked Hijackings of 9/11. What finally got me to believe those facts, is that they correspond very closely to separate information that I came across, called Operation Northwoods, a proposed CIA false flag scheme that was proposed in 1962 re Cuba. An extract from Wikipedia re Operation Northwoods is as follows: One of the most fascinating aspects of Operation Northwoods involved the proposed hijacking of an American passenger plane. The JCS proposed that a real plane containing American passengers would be hijacked by friendly forces disguised as Cuban agents. The plane would drop down off the radar screen and be replaced by a pilotless aircraft, which would crash, purportedly killing all the passengers. Under the plan, the real passenger plane would be secretly flown back to the United States. Looks like somebody saved the unused 1962 plan and implemented it in 2001, on a grander scale and a slightly different false purpose. The premise of the book is true, and facts and hypotheses of details of how things occurred, are blended together relatively well, though it took an outside source to make it really believable for me. It is a fast easy read, which I took on after getting only 30 pages into another book that skewed into the minus rating level, which kept me from reading books for months. Great to finish another book, though initial doubts about the subject matter took a bit to get over. Seeing it as true gets one to wonder what is really going on in this great country and the world, and what the ultimate consequences will be.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Chris Marchan

    This book has some very interesting information not found in many other books written on the events of 9/11, however it is chaotically written. It needs to have much more embellishment on information offered in evidence. The author does not give the novice much background on many areas of dense factual history. As if that weren't enough to make for difficult reading, the book is not written in either a chronological timeline or any other discernible, consistent organizational scheme. Despite thes This book has some very interesting information not found in many other books written on the events of 9/11, however it is chaotically written. It needs to have much more embellishment on information offered in evidence. The author does not give the novice much background on many areas of dense factual history. As if that weren't enough to make for difficult reading, the book is not written in either a chronological timeline or any other discernible, consistent organizational scheme. Despite these overt weaknesses, the author does manage to bring some critical points to bear on the search for truth. If there ever is an honest, objective commission is constituted, the revelations of this book should be studied in detail and greater depth. I can only assume that the author has a good grasp on the world of aviation and the military, but perhaps constraints such as budget or manpower hampered the ability to deliver the comprehensive expose hinted at between the pages. Lacking are detailed diagrams and comparative timelines among many other methods of making an easily Consequently, I would recommend this book only to the adroit student of the controversial topic. With a foundation of copious research one can glean scintillating nuggets of damning evidence within these pages. As such, it is a useful reference guide.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Marie (UK)

    Hartwell makes a case that the two planes that supposedly crashed in to the WTC were in actual fact still in the air after the event. Furthermore he says that the passengers on these planes all colluded in creating the myth of 9/11 fatalities on the planes. He makes some sound proposals BUT if what he says is true than we have to believe that the American Government set up the whole 9/11 debacle, that the owner of the WTC was in on the plat in return for insurance premiums and that the war on te Hartwell makes a case that the two planes that supposedly crashed in to the WTC were in actual fact still in the air after the event. Furthermore he says that the passengers on these planes all colluded in creating the myth of 9/11 fatalities on the planes. He makes some sound proposals BUT if what he says is true than we have to believe that the American Government set up the whole 9/11 debacle, that the owner of the WTC was in on the plat in return for insurance premiums and that the war on terror ws a creation of the then VP Dick Chaney. It is frightening to believe that this may be so

  5. 4 out of 5

    Meb Bryant

    Not only was this book offensive to the victims of 9/11, it was a convoluted mess to read. I'm not smart enough to decipher the plane numbers and schedules the author threw at the reader, even if a fake hijacking did occur.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Lorinne Anderson

    Not worth the time. poorly written. mostly suppositions. no real facts to back up the premise. Read it to see if any actual evidence, but it's more like a work of fiction.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ellison

    Author aspires to share his thoughts about the events of the day. He is concerned about the phone calls and mentions that two of the flights were not scheduled that day. When he quotes a character from 'Escape from New York' I began to wonder. B/W images, reader will have to decide what to believe.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Priscilla Flores

    I can understand the confusion While I know there was some odd things the went on September 11th, I think a lot of this book is thinking in hypothetical ideas

  9. 4 out of 5

    Charles Garard

    This is a wafer-thin book printed by Amazon, and involves little more than an essay with examples and alternate interpretations of what happened regarding the alleged plane hijackings prior to the actual collision with the World Trade Center buildings on 9-11. Being a conspiracy theory person, I have read other books on the topic, such as the earlier but comprehensive tome by the irrepressible Texas journalists Jim Marrs. This work is not in that category because it narrows its focus considerably This is a wafer-thin book printed by Amazon, and involves little more than an essay with examples and alternate interpretations of what happened regarding the alleged plane hijackings prior to the actual collision with the World Trade Center buildings on 9-11. Being a conspiracy theory person, I have read other books on the topic, such as the earlier but comprehensive tome by the irrepressible Texas journalists Jim Marrs. This work is not in that category because it narrows its focus considerably. That said, it is brief work that is certainly a valuable addition to the libraries of conspiracy information, particularly those books and films that question the official findings of that day's events. I can't help but wonder what Jim Marrs or Jesse Ventura (or other researchers, for that matter) would think of this addition to the other findings.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Binky Bowberg

    The writing style is flawed, but the book offers some interesting information to further ponder the true story of 9/11.

  11. 5 out of 5

    John Bachmann

  12. 5 out of 5

    Naz Jenulevich

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    Andi

  14. 5 out of 5

    Trina Darling

  15. 4 out of 5

    Rgravatt

  16. 4 out of 5

    Laurie

  17. 5 out of 5

    Judy

  18. 4 out of 5

    Diane

  19. 5 out of 5

    Harold

  20. 5 out of 5

    Monique

  21. 4 out of 5

    Mr. Book

  22. 5 out of 5

    Robert Fila

  23. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Teague

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jo

  25. 5 out of 5

    Patty Abrams

  26. 4 out of 5

    Robert E Berger

  27. 4 out of 5

    Christian Jarnfelt Dalberg

  28. 5 out of 5

    Lou Marcoux

  29. 4 out of 5

    Matt

  30. 4 out of 5

    Charles Hanson

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