1997, 2nd December - Brooklyn, New York - Very specific warning

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In December 1997 I gave very specific WTC attack warnings to New Yorkers whilst working in Brooklyn. They had asked if I would be visiting the WTC and I said no, explaining my belief that the same group who bombed the WTC in 1993 would attack again, but instead using hijacked civilian airliners as missiles. This raised enough interest for the two machine operators I'd told (pictured below) to call a third man over to hear me repeat my prediction. I do not recall who Dan Barkochba was or why I noted his name, but based on my notes made at the time (‘Met on install’) I think it is fair to speculate that it was Mr. Barkochba who was called over to hear me repeat my prediction of a hijacked airliner being used as a missile to attack the WTC. This makes Mr. Barkochba the single person whom I can positively identify as having heard my 9/11 attack predictions in detail.

The next morning I visited the Empire State building, literally not daring to go near the WTC for fear of an attack at any moment. These are the photos from Ultra Creative Packaging and the Empire State building, taken on 2nd and 3rd December 1997:

Ultra Creative

NY 2nd December 1997

My last view of Manhattan, 3rd December 1997

I first publically reported my conversations at Ultra Flex Packaging, Brooklyn in June 2015. In September 2015 the company was sold very quickly for $80-million. Dan Barkochba was one of three-partners who owned the company.

© Anthony C Heaford 2016