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Supertramp's 1979 album Breakfast in America is at the centre of one of the most bizarre 9/11 conspiracy theories yet.

A poster on a David Icke forum suggests that the cover of the record forecasted the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in 2001, some 22 years later.

The 'conspiracy' was revealed on a forum for author and theorist David Icke.

The off-the-wall cover shows a woman with a glass of orange juice in front of a rendition of the New York skyline, all from a plane window.

Forum member 'Eve' posted the pic along with the following cryptic description:

"Album came out in 1979," it reads.

"9/11 reference.

"9/11 was served with breakfast...not to mention the everyday fight for freedom: "Breakfast In America."

'Eve' appears to be convinced and continues:

"Orange juice = fireball," she adds.

"You are looking out of the window of a plane, she is showing the target."

'Eve' even posts a reversed view of the cover which 'appears' to show the 'U' and 'P' of Supertramp flipped around to look like the figures '9' and '11'.

YouTube Supertramp: Breakfast In America album cover
Spooky:'Eve' believes the cover proves people had prior knowledge of the terrorist attack

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