Lone Gunmen Producer Questions Government on 9/11
Wonders why TV writers could accurately predict the attack while the government couldn't
The Corbett Report
February 25, 2008
Cast and crew of the X-Files attended "WonderCon 2008" in San Diego this weekend to discuss the upcoming X-Files movie. During the question and answer, one intrepid audience member asked Chris Carter, creator of X-Files and The Lone Gunmen, about the pilot episode of The Lone Gunmen, which eerily predicted the events of 9/11 that took place in New York mere months after the episode aired on tv. Carter, looking slightly flustered, turned the question over to the Lone Gunmen producer, Frank Spotnitz...
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A major figure in the party opposing Pakistani President and likely 9/11 insider Musharraf was killed today by a lone gunman wearing an explosive vest. Some 15-20 others were killed and many more wounded. Some sources are reporting that Al-Qaeda has claimed responsibility, which might actually make sense since Musharraf (along with Donald Rumsfeld) helped thousands of Al-Qaeda and Taliban fighters escape Afghanistan in November of 2001 in what Sy Hersh dubbed "the airlift of evil". We should keep a close eye on this and see who turns out to have aided this "lone gunman".
Dean Haglund of "X-Files" and "Lone Gunmen" fame talks about viewing "Improbable Collapse" at the Silver Lake Film Festival. The following clip was taken from his podcast called "Heart of Hollywood" and is dated May 8th, 2007. Mr. Haglund has openly stated in the past that he believes "911 was an inside job".
MP3 below: (Please re-host)
Local Mirror: http://www.911podcasts.com/files/audio/DeanHaglundOnImprobableCollapse5.8.07-HeartofHollywood.mp3
"Heart of Hollywood" Podcast: (Dean Haglund and Phil Leirness)
LG - Pilot