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WTC Towers - Predetonations of Explosives Caught on Video.

We present an animated graphic and a NUMBER of video clips showing numerous predetonations of explosives during the demolitions of the WTC towers.

Premature Detonations of Explosives Caught on
Video of the World Trade Center Demolitions.

Below is an animated graphic showing premature detonations of explosives during the demolition of the North Tower.




Two of the largest of premature detonations have been circled in red.

The animated graphic was produced from this video footage:

Premature Detonations in North Tower Demolition. (4.8 MB Codec: DivX3.11a, Size 692x472)
Premature Detonations Marked (North Tower) (2.8 MB Codec: DivX3.11a, Size 692x472) Copy.

In the second video many of the numerous detonations have been marked and the frame-rate reduced to aid viewing.

Here are four frames from this video (at about quarter actual size).





The following video also captures some of the above mentioned predetonations.

More Premature Detonations in North Tower Demolition (6.1 MB, Codec: DivX3.11a, Size 696x472) Copy.

Here are still shots of the four most visible predetonations in the video.




It is possible that this video (from the DVD America Remembers) has been deliberately blurred to hide these premature detonations.

The visible detonations in the south tower demolition are less numerous. Here is one that was caught on video:

Premature Detonations Marked (South Tower) (0.4 MB Codec: DivX3.11a, Size 704x480)

In this video the predetonation has been marked and the frame-rate reduced to aid viewing.

Here are two still shots from the video.




Predetonations can also been seen in this video (1.0 MB, Codec: SVQ3=Quicktime, Size 320x240)

Here is a still shot from the video with two predetonations marked.




To my knowledge the first site to deal with the premature detonations was bombsinsidewtc.dk.

The videos are DivX. If you are using Windows Media Player you may need the DivX3.11a codec plug-in. If you do not already have it, you can find it here: You unzip the files and double click on Register_DivX.exe

If you wish to learn more about DivX movies, read this thread:


 
 


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