Never Forget 9/11. Author Erik Sellin Announces the Release of Historical Research Audiobook “The Preparation for Flight 77: Driving Tour of the Two Weeks in Maryland Prior to the 9/11 Attack on the Pentagon” to Increase Americans Security Awareness
Laurel, Maryland, August 14, 2016 – Author Erik Sellin knows from personal experience what it is like to be in the area with terrorists and not pay attention to clues. He was a business owner at a company located directly across from where the terrorist would congregate in the weeks prior to the attack. He will launch his audiobook The Preparation for Flight 77 on September 6, 2016.
Terrorist Acts have been a destructive part of human history. It was somewhat contained to certain geographical areas due to mobility issues. Now due to the technological advances in the 21st century, it can target larger groups of people therefore creating a larger death count. People are now able to cross any border and bring their destructive mindset with them. The best defense we have against such people is prevention through situational awareness and not staying quiet.
Sellin is devoted family man and very involved in his community. After the attacks, he began to put the pieces together. He realized his own level of security awareness was low, because he thought “nothing like this could happen in my own backyard.” Sellin will take you on an audio driving tour of five places in suburban Maryland. These are the places all five of the Flight 77 hijacker’s frequented two weeks prior to the 9/11 attacks. He will provide his analysis of the origin of Al Queda, Osama Bin Ladin and the aftermath affects felt by Americans.
The Preparation for Flight 77 provides consolidated research from a concerned citizen. He has a vested interest in protecting his country. He is dedicated to educating others to wake up to terror in the 21st Century. His audiobook will be available for purchase on release date at Classic CD Books. He is available for interviews and appearances at: firstname.lastname@example.org.