12 June 1997, Canada: My first very specific warning of a WTC terrorist attack

Risking my job as an international field service technician during a visit to Sunworth Decorative printers in Toronto, I refused to start work until I was given assurances by the factory manager Bob Wilton that my airline hijacking fear from the previous day’s flight would be passed to security services with a sense of urgency. 

I said the same group who bombed the World Trade Centre in 1993 would try again,
next time using a hijacked civilian airliner departing Logan airport as a kamikaze piloted missile.
 

Bob assured me he would call the security services that morning and pass on my very specific warning. I told my him because I was in a foreign country and didn't know who to contact. I feared being misunderstood, that a a call  handler might think I was making a threat rather than giving a warning, but Bob Wilton had my business card and I did ask him to identify me as the origin of the warning. I spent two or three days at Sunworthy but did not raise the topic again and there was no feedback either. 

Sunworthy Decorative printers closed down around 2008 and Bob Wilton has passed away I’ve been told.

Truly, for some of us nothing is written, unless we write it