Legendary film director David Lynch , who created the "Twin Peaks" TV series and has made such unique and thoughtful films as Blue Velvet , Eraserhead and Mulholland Dr. , has spoken out about 9/11 questions on a Dutch TV program, "Wereldgasten" on VPRO.
Lynch brings up that the hole at the Pentagon is not big enough for a plane, while there is little or no damage to the lawn. Furthermore, he points out that released videos do not show a plane hitting the Pentagon.
He goes on to briefly highlight the questions regarding the three unexplained demolition-style collapses of the World Trade Center Buildings.
"And two of them were hit by a plane, but the third one, they said 'you want us to pull it' and they pulled it, and it looked just like the other two. Those things bother me." Lynch said.
He is also bothered by the hole in the ground in Pennsylvania.
"So every place, there's questions. You don't have to believe everything in the documentary to still have questions"
"It's an event that has many questions and no answers." Lynch told Dutch TV.
When asked if the U.S. government did this, he responded, "It's too big for people to think about. It's too big. It's-- you know-- something no one wants to think about."
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