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Be honest, you secretly knew that there's was something more to the WTC attacks on 11 September than some extremist Muslims angry with the US' foreign policy, didn't you?

We felt it too. But worry no longer because a Japanese Web site has posted incontrovertable evidence that UFOs are involved in this whole sorry saga.

In a devastating piece of investigative journalism, the site's owners have located two pieces of film - once close to the Twin Towers, one further back, which both show a mysterious black object shooting across the sky as the second plane crashes. It behaves like no airplane we know.

To the layman, this may look like a small imperfection in a tiny patch of video film or some crudely knocked up hoax - but to the trained eye, it is quite clearly an alien aircraft. What isn't Bush telling us? Actually what is he telling us?

What does this mean? Why were the aliens there? We just don't know. But that's mostly because the site is all in Japanese and we don't understand a word of it. But, still, freaky huh? [Too much of a coincidence - WTC, UFO - they're both three-letter acronyms but they don't share any of the same letters?]

If anyone comes up with a theory that can explain it all, don't tell us. On the other hand, if you want to read the definitive guide to conspiracy theories surrounding the attacks, click here. ®

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