John Gobin Shaw
In 1997 John Gobin Shaw from Stuart, Florida discovered plans for the fiery attacks that would explode into history in Washington, New York, and Pennsylvania on that bright blue morning of September 11, 2001. It was in the city of Taegu, South Korea at Yeungjin Junior College. From 1997 right up through the night of September 10, 2001, to twelve hours before commandeered jet aircraft number 11 blasted to pieces inside the north tower of the World Trade Center, he had detailed the attacks to about one hundred and twenty people in the Republic of South Korea, in the People’s Republic of China, in North Vietnam, and in South Florida. Discovery 9-1-1 is the story of his uncovering the plans of attack, and of his experiences warning people about them in the years, months, weeks, and hours leading up to that ill-fated day for America. Among those he had cautioned of the future attacks were college students, a federal officer, a deputy sheriff in Martin County, Florida, police in China, his brother in Davie, Florida, the 911 emergency-number in Stuart, Florida, and an officer of the state of Florida.
Discovery 9-11 is 90-pages and over 54,000 words