Messages: Signs, Visits, and Premonitions from Loved Ones Lost on 9/11 by Bonnie McEneaney“Through moving stories, insights, and incredible spirit messages, she takes you on a journey of love, in which your soul will forever be transformed.”
—James Van Praagh, spiritual medium and author of Unfinished Business
As told by Bonnie McEneaney, the wife of a 9/11 victim, Messages is a collection of inspiring true stories about the spiritual experiences of those who lost loved ones on September 11, 2001. A moving and fascinating look at the unexplained, Messages offers comfort, hope, and understanding to all who were touched by the tragic events of that terrible day.
September 11th 2001: Hijacker Recordings
Haunting final calls of 9/11 victims trapped on planes and in World Trade centre
A third plane, American Airlines Flight 77, was crashed into the Pentagon - and a fourth, despite initially being steered towards Washington D. C, crashed into a field after passengers tried to overcome the terrorists. Over 1, phone calls were made within ten minutes of the first plane hitting the building - with thousands more being made throughout the day. And, thanks to the radios of first responders, mobile phones, the office phones in the Twin Towers and even phones in the hijacked airliners, some of the people who lost their lives that day were able to send one last message to the outside world. From flight attendants to World Trade Centre employees, firemen to the terrorists themselves, the following voicemails, texts and phone calls give us a chilling insight into that terrifying day.
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Most of the nearly 3, people blown apart on September 11, , when hijackers turned four planes into missiles against the Pentagon and New York's World Trade Center, died in their own, very private hell. But thanks to the radios of first responders, mobile phones, the office phones in the Twin Towers and even onboard payphones in the hijacked airliners, some of the doomed were able to place a final message to the outside world. Doi, her terror-stricken voice contrasting starkly with the purposefully emotionless tone of the operator, described how the heat is making it hard to breathe. Among the other futile calls to the emergency services was a desperate last cell phone contact from insurance broker Kevin Cosgrove, just as his 99th-floor office disintegrated in the South Tower. Passengers and crew on the four airliners also made heart-breaking last attempts to reach out to the living. Brave flight attendant Betty Ong, on American Flight 11 from Boston, called ground control, calmly describing how two colleagues had been stabbed and "the cockpit's not answering the phone. Less than half an hour later Ong and the rest of those on the plane disappeared in a fireball in the North Tower.