In this unique combined eyewitness account, thought diary, and monologue on the Twin Towers collapse on Sept. 11, 2001, the author asks: On one of the most momentous days in Twenty-first Century History, what were people really thinking? Were they all thinking the same thoughts as the pundits and the politicians? Were the bottom 10% thinking the same thoughts as the top 5%?

All of these questions are asked, alternative voices and opinions recorded and expressed,  and more is revealed in this eyewitness account and stream of consciousness reflecting on events and overheard dialogue as the day progresses. The accumulation of disasters, personal and external, in the mind of this novelistic, Dostoevskian or Herzog-like character …
Approximately 13,000 words.