Row, row, row your boat, Gently down the stream. Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily, Life is but a dream.
I’ve been attempting for a while now to create a post that would compile the best, and most eerie of the copious 9/11 coincidences in the media and art world.
I can only speculate upon the reason for all these premonitions, and coincidences, but I would much rather let you make your own mind up as to why they exist. Here then is my list and descriptions.
The first image comes to us from the band Supertramp. The band was formed in the 1970’s, but the front cover of their album “Breakfast In America” hits all the marks on the creepy meter for it’s precognitive value. The first thing you’ll notice is the point of view of Manhattan is from the airliner. Secondly, behind the Twin Towers made out of cereal boxes you’ll see the ‘U’ and the ‘P’ partially obscured, and when read in reverse appears to be ‘9 11’. You can also pull out “Sept” from Supertramp. So to sum up; in this photo we have 9/11 behind the towers, a view from a plane, and abbreviation “Sept” easily pulled from Supertramp. Is this merely a coincidence? Most likely, but regardless it’s creepy, and made more so by the waitress’s smile.