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#1 24-04-2012 22:49:30

kikujitoh
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Terry Terronez

http://www.ratical.org/ratville/CAH/F77penta07.html

"Around 9:40 a.m. I reached the heliport area (beside the Pentagon) . . . So I got about 100 yards or so past the heliport and then all of the sudden I heard this loud screeching sound that just came out of nowhere and it intensified. This huge WHOOSH! And something made me look in my rearview mirror and by the time I looked up I saw the side of the Pentagon explode. . . .
          . . . "As the fireball got higher and higher, you saw this debris go up in the air. I'm watching this in my rearview mirror, and then I thought, `Oh my God, there's debris coming toward me!' So my reaction was, I ducked into my passenger seat and I heard the pitter-patter of pebbles and concrete bouncing off my car. And the next thing you know, I heard this big crash come from somewhere. It sounded like glass being shattered and I thought maybe, at first, it was one of my windows so I popped up to look but everything was fine. But when I looked to the car next to me I realized that something went through (the driver's) rear windshield and shattered it. There was a hole where you could see that something went through it. . . .
          . . . "Then both I and the guy in front of me looked at his rear windshield and saw what was about a four-inch hole in it and the rest of the window was shattered as if someone took a baseball bat to it.
          "At point . . . I didn't know it was a plane, I thought it was a missile strike . . .
          "Pulling away from the Pentagon there was tons of stuff on the ground, big pieces of metal, concrete, everything. We got up to a certain point and there was this huge piece of something -- I mean it was big, it looked like a piece of an engine or something -- in the road. And there was somebody, definitely a security guard or maybe a military person, with his car in front of it making sure no one touched it."
          "I looked back and I saw the fire, it was just huge and just incredible.

"Amazing stories: The air, the island and the fortress, by Jennifer Simmons, Counseling Today Online, 10/01

http://www.ratical.org/ratville/CAH/lin … ng1001.htm

Terronez était sur la R27 et avait dépassé l’héliport d’une centaine de mètres quand « l’engin » est passé derrière lui.

Terronez : « A huge woosh », un énorme woosh,

Le bruit, derrière, puis bruit d’impact, d’explosion, boule de feu. C'est pourquoi je voudrais émettre une remarque qui me parait très importante en cas de missile : La vitesse et la perception du bruit.

entendu d’abord l’engin, puis l’explosion. L’engin était donc subsonique, ce qui exclut d’office des missiles de type Hellfire, Tow, ou Harpoon, qui sont supersoniques. Sinon, les deux témoins auraint eu l’impression de simultanéité des bruits d’explosion et du passage de l’engin.

Dernière modification par kikujitoh (24-04-2012 22:55:48)


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