This is NOT a painting commemorating 9/11.
Instead, it’s a chalk drawing that was created by a Scotsman, Willie Gardner, more than 10 years before 9/11 — in the 1980s.
Martin Robinson reports for the UK’s Daily Mail, Sept. 9, 2011, that the decades-old drawing is displayed in the reception of the Community Education Unit (CEU) in Grangemouth, Stirlingshire, Scotland. The drawing shows a forlorn young girl flanked by two jet planes and twin towers. The falling locks of the child’s hair spiralling downwards, look like fire and smoke billowing into the sky from one of the towers.
The drawing looks so much like 9/11 that people viewing the picture in the CEU thought it was a tribute to those who had perished in the New York terror attacks.
But Lex Cook of the CEU said he first saw the drawing 2 or 3 years before 9/11: “It was maybe 1988 or 1989 that I first saw Willie’s drawing. The boss here at the time liked it and Willie kindly gave it to him for the centre.”
The artist’s daughter, Aileen Currie, 53, said she does know the drawing was done years before the twin towers were destroyed, and that while her father had artistic talent, he had no ability to see into the future.
The artist, Willie Gardner, died on November 27 last year at the age of 78, making it impossible to know exactly what inspired him.

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8 years ago

simply amazing. And it really does look as though he’d had a premonition of things to come.

8 years ago

Amazing, this artist is a psychic, it is clearly a premonition. Thanks for sharing

graham shillcock
graham shillcock
8 years ago

1989 would be 12 years before 9/11 2/3 years stated in piece,i think the stars and large planet/sun like object could be another prediction

Noel Hughes
Noel Hughes
7 years ago

There is another picture worth considering in relation to the Twin Towers. It is by Joe Fanning and may be seen on his website On the home page, click on the robin then click on the word paintings and choose gallery 3 then click on the first picture. It is dated 99. The face of evil lurking in the background is spooky. Noel Hughes