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Did Scottish Artist Willie Garner Draw Blueprints For 9/11 Attack On Twin Towers? Picture Proof!

by | 10th, September 2011

DID Willie Gardner inspire the or even mastermind the attack on New York’s World Trade Centre on September 11 2001? Did he draw the blueprints?

Sadly, we will never know. Mr Gardner died last year. He was 78. All we can do is look at the chalk drawing he made of a a boyish Osama bin Laden in front of the twin Towers.

The Daily Mail describes it thus:

His artwork shows the falling locks of the child’s hair spiralling downwards, which looks like fire and smoke billowing into the sky from one of the towers.

It does – if you want it to.

The pictures is on a wall at Grangemouth’s Community Education Unit, in Stirlingshire.

Lex Cook, who was the education unit co-ordinator in the late 1980s, says:

“I never even thought about it being linked to the Twin Towers attacks because I’ve been looking at it so long. Then you get someone with a fresh pair of eyes who sees it and asks if it is a tribute to the victims of 9/11.”

Spooky stuff. And it’s now front-page news on the Sun:


Mr Gardner is the “artist who forsaw 9/11 attacks“.

THE nightmare of the Twin Towers is captured in a haunting picture — made by a Brit 13 years BEFORE 9/11.

Anorak sees a face, a swirling rainbow, small planes and two building standing straight and tell. The Sun sees:

The chalk drawing of passenger jets, skyscrapers, flames and a scared child emerged yesterday ahead of tomorrow’s solemn tenth anniversary of the terror attacks.


A fearful-looking girl with fiery tendrils of hair is seen looking skywards. Astonished New Yorker Michael Devers declared after seeing the image: “How did this man in Scotland predict the future so accurately? It’s beyond spooky.

Maybe he koew. Let the conspiracy theorists hold sway…

Other Charming and Tasteful Tributes:


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