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TWA Flight 800 crash not due to gas tank explosion


The producers of an upcoming documentary on TWA Flight 800—which exploded and crashed into the waters off Long Island, N.Y., on July 17, 1996, killing all 230 people on board—claim to have proof that an explosion outside the Paris-bound flight caused the crash. And six former investigators who took part in the film say there was a cover-up and want the case reopened.

"There was a lack of coordination and willful denial of information," Hank Hughes, a senior accident investigator for the National Transportation Safety Board, said on Wednesday during a conference call with reporters. "There were 755 witnesses. At no time was information provided by the witnesses shared by the FBI."

Hypothesis - Full-length Film


A documentary about physicist Steven E Jones and his startling discoveries related to the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Hypothesis Now available on DVD

The documentary feature film Hypothesis, which chronicles a pivotal moment in the life of Physicist Dr Steven E Jones is now available on DVD.

The film can be purchased directly here:

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'Hypothesis' accepted into the Thin Line Film Festival in Texas

The Thin Line Film Festival will be held in Denton, Texas from February 15th - 20th. It will have some of the best documentary features and shorts from around the world, with many film makers in attendance for the screenings.

'Hypothesis' (A documentary about Steven E Jones) will play Saturday February 19th starting at 5pm along with a short from China called 'Red Dust' and a beautiful feature documentary called 'This Way of Life'

All of the details and film schedules can be found at the festival site here:

And details on the 'Hypothesis' screening can be found here:

We Hope to see you there!

Hypothesis Trailer

The trailer for 'Hypothesis' a documentary short about Steven Jones and his 9/11 research. The film tells his story in his own words and reflects the explosive controversy that ensued which resulted in everything from threats, bribery, and academic suspension. What started as a mere hypothesis became so much more.


For those of you who remember 'Between the Lines,' that movie became this one. I plan to submit it to film festivals so we'll see what happens.


Will BYU Administrators talk about Steven Jones?

While filming my documentary about Steven Jones, one of the issues I've tried to uncover is the exact reason Dr Jones was placed on paid administrative leave. BYU repeated this statement to the press numerous times: "The increasingly accusitory and speculative comments being made by Dr Jones regarding the collapse of the WTC."

I don't know about anyone else, but I find this explanation to be quite vague. What were the accusitory/speculative comments exactly? Did Dr Jones violate academic standards? Does this have anything to do with BYU's stance on being "polically neutral?" Was it because of Dick Cheney's visit several months later? Was it the man threatening Jones? Does BYU beleive in something called freedom of speech? All of these questions I would like to have answered. A rational person would think that BYU would want to quell any kind of speculation this event may bring to the public mind. However, my experiences show quite the opposite.

Steven Jones' dust analysis shown at Sydney truth event

This is a clip shown at the Sydney truth event last month. This will give everyone an idea of what the Between The Lines documentary will look like. Not many people were able to see it when I posted it before, and it had to be hastily taken down. Enjoy.

Exerpt from Between The Lines released - Steven Jones dust sequence

I just finished editing this sequence for Between the Lines. I just couldn't help myself, I had to release it and I hope you guys like it. For those in Australia attending the engagement which Dr Jones mentioned in his most recent blog, you will see this as well as about 10 minutes of additional stuff. Thanks everyone for your support.

Trailer released for Between The Lines

This is the official trailer for Between The Lines, a documentary I started over a year ago. It contains some new evidence and key research from my hero Steven E Jones (Thanks Professor!). I'd appreciate any comments about it, be it good or bad, as I'm deciding on whether or not I should finish the movie. Thanks Everyone, hope you like it.