An investment bank which lost 75% of its employees in 9/11 sued American Airlines for negligence in allowing terrorists on board, and won $135 million.
The company that owned the World Trade Center had scheduled a meeting for 9/11/2001 on the 88th floor of tower 1 to discuss what to do in the event of a terrorist attack, but rescheduled the night before because someone couldn’t attend.
Tania Head, a well known 9/11 survivor, faked being in the South Tower during the attacks and served as President of The WTC Survivors Network before people found out she was lying. She was not even in the United States during the attacks.
In 2002, Kenyan Masai tribe people donated 14 cows to to the U.S. to help with the aftermath of 9/11.
One World Trade Center makes strange eerie sounds when the wind passes, making New Yorkers believe it to be haunted by the victims of 9/11.
In the game “Deus Ex” for the PC, the twin towers are missing from the New York skyline, explained in-game as a result of a terrorist attack. The game was released just 15 months before 9/11.
The first Canadian casualties in Afghanistan after 9/11 were caused by an American F-16 dropping a bomb on a Canadian military exercise.
In 2002 a 15 year old boy inspired by 9/11, stole an airplane and flew it into a skyscraper in Tampa, Florida. It damaged one office room and he was the only person that died.
The first episode of an X-Files spin-off called “The Lone Gunmen,” which aired March 4, 2001, involves a US government conspiracy to hijack an airliner, fly it into the World Trade Center, and blame it on terrorists – thereby gaining support for a new profit-making war.
On 9/11 Canada landed 33k US bound passengers and 239 aircraft in what is known as Operation Yellow Ribbon. Locals then housed and fed the strangers for days afterward.
St Sebastian, a Christian saint, is often depicted in art during his death, with arrows impaling his body. Michael Richards, an artist, has a piece where he cast a mold of himself and, instead of arrows, had planes flying into his body. Richards died on the 92nd floor of Tower One on 9/11.
Canadians took stranded American passengers into their homes when flights were diverted from the U.S. on 9/11.