Satam al Suqami
Ladies and gentlemen, the story you are about to read of one hijacker's magic passport is true. It will bend and twist your mentations, but I assure you of its veracity. Not even the names have been changed to protect the innocent.
Speaking of names, there are letters inscribed on this most extraordinary of all passports. Those letters read: "Satam al-Suqami."
The providential passport was issued to Suqami in Saudi Arabia in August of 1998. Three years later, a stranger handed Suqami's passport to an NYPD detective on the streets of Manhattan -- just moments after American Airlines Flight 11 attempted an unscheduled landing on the 93rd floor of WTC1.
How did this passport -- a piece of paper soaked in jet fuel -- survive the explosive landing? I give you three theories...
Read More: Suqami's Magic 9/11 Passport: Three Theories.