This proves my idea that the best Hollywool script writers are used for the military’s psyOps. It may even be a condition of employment.
Most everyone knows about The Lone Gunmen pilot episode in which an airplane is hacked to prevent it from flying into the World Trade Center. But that series’ creators may have been inspired by an earlier episode of its parent show The X-Files.
Perhaps the most paranormal aspect of this low-budget semi-Canadian dark comedy is the mere fact that the FBI characters in it are genuinely warm people who care about the truth and the American public they misguidedly attempt to serve it to. Still, this has to be one of the strangest episodes about the paranormally 220;normal” FBI agents on The X-Files (besides a most embarrassingly insipid episode about a “scary” (read: non-scary) space walk out of a NASA shuttle, whose heavy-handed writing alone gives credence to the idea that NASA is an entirely fake organization propped up on hype and artificial drama, and which I cannot bring myself to critique).
The episode I am reviewing has too many 9/11 220;oddities” to ignore, regardless of how one feels about the concept of pretty much everyone with any media clout in the 90’s having foreknowledge or hunches about the fake “9/11” event before it was aired. Just a simple description of the resulting video should do, to make one raise an eyebrow.