LAURA KNIGHT-JADCZYK AND JOE QUINN
Since the 9/11 attacks, no book has provided a satisfactory answer as to WHY the attacks occurred and who was ultimately responsible for carrying them out - until now.
About 2-3 seconds duration. Southeast direction. Blue/green color. Very bright like a firework. It was traveling southeast, continuing in that direction.21 March 2013 - Kara Rhoden, Starke, FL USA 22:00
5 seconds duration. East to West direction, I was facing North. Bright green fireball with a trail. No sound, it was as bright as the moon. Fragments fell off the tail. Never seen anything like it...very fascinating.
3 seconds duration. I was Northwest facing. Green colour. Very bright falling star. Bigger than I've ever seen.21 March 2013 - H.C., Calgary, Alberta 21:20
2 seconds duration. I was facing North. It travelled from top to bottom with a slight decline to the left. Bright whitish green colour, with a fairly bright tail. It was big and quick.21 March 2013 - Stephany Cartwright, Drayton Valley, Alberta Canada 21:20
6 seconds duration. Northwest direction. Purple/blue/silver colour. As bright as the sun. There was a long tail.
4 seconds duration. W-E direction. Bright white color. As bright as the Moon. I caught it from the corner of my eye out the window, watched it streak across and burn out.22 March 2013 - Mark Nucker, Ellicot City, Maryland, USA @19:57
2-3 seconds duration. Moved from my left to right, north to east direction. Green-blue color, as bright as the moon. It moved quickly while descending.
About 5-8 seconds duration. Northwest direction. Moved to my left. The color was ELECTRIC BABY BLUE. It appeared to almost weave in and out like a sewing needle through fabric, which could have appeared that way because of a cloud or something. It was fast but slower than a shooting star and more "blob" like in motion. I'd say it was as bright as the moon. Areas of the sky surrounding this appeared brighter, and it produced a sound like a passing F-117 nighthawk.19 March 2013 - Malissa, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA 10:08pm EST
2-3 seconds duration. It moved form my right to left. It had a blue tint and was brighter than the moon. It was bright white with a blueish trail, bigger then a star.
Just saw a large beautiful meteor, duration was about 1.5 - 2.5 seconds. Very fast, travelling south to north (approx). Did not see any fragmentation, just a white bolide.Quebec 23:00 EDT
6 Sec East-Southeast direction. Blue colour. Very bright, almost phosphorous. It left a long trail and was very bright white/blueish in colour. Slight sound.