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World Trade Center “weird, reflective light.” What do you think?

U.S. flag at Pentagon 9/11 Memorial

This weekend, the FBI joins the nation in remembering and honoring the victims of the 9/11 terror attacks, which occurred 15 years ago this month.

It was then that the Bureau began the most massive investigation in its history, after terrorists hijacked and crashed four commercial airliners—two at the World Trade Center in New York, one at the Pentagon, and one in a field in Shanksville, Pennsylvania—killing 33 crew members, 213 passengers, and 2,730 people on the ground. Thousands more were injured.

PHOTOS: Striking ray of light beams off World Trade Center days before 9/11 anniversary





Photo: Ben Sturner / Twitter: @leverageagency

Last year, he was in the same place at almost the same time as this year’s capture – 7:57 a.m. on the Thursday before September 11.

  Sturner said he didn’t edit the photos in any way.
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  1. It’s a combination of low atmospheric pressure, gathering of water molecules, and the presence of light.


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