Postmark 9/11: The Lost Letters That Reveal The Untold Story

Postmark The Lost Letters That Reveal The Untold Story Foreword Dear Reader On February a young lady whose identity we ve chosen to keep private arrived in our office with a box of letters she found in an old farmhouse she recently purchased Th

  • Title: Postmark 9/11: The Lost Letters That Reveal The Untold Story
  • Author: Tara Young Blake Watson
  • ISBN: 9780979321603
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Paperback
  • Foreword Dear Reader On February 21, 2012 a young lady, whose identity we ve chosen to keep private, arrived in our office with a box of letters she found in an old farmhouse she recently purchased The letters captured correspondence between Tara Young and her boyfriend, Blake Watson Since most of the letters were safely nestled in envelopes, we were able to chronologicaForeword Dear Reader On February 21, 2012 a young lady, whose identity we ve chosen to keep private, arrived in our office with a box of letters she found in an old farmhouse she recently purchased The letters captured correspondence between Tara Young and her boyfriend, Blake Watson Since most of the letters were safely nestled in envelopes, we were able to chronologically organize their correspondence For those letters loose in the box, we fashioned a timeline in hopes of getting the order correct Painstakingly, our staff and a team of forensic writing specialists verified each envelope s postmark, qualified that the stock used was available 11 years ago, and confirmed an aging process that denotes the letters were written in this time period We can safely validate their authenticity.We confirmed the identity of Tara Young and Blake Watson and spoke with many of their family and friends to legitimize some of the accounts noted in their letters Indeed, Ms Young had once worked at a NYC art gallery and Mr Watson was once employed as a security guard for the Twin Towers Mr Watson s disappearance dovetails with the last known sighting of him in New York City Ms Young did leave her job with the art gallery at the end of January 2002, and no one has heard from her since Mr Rob Boswell, who you will find plays heavily in Tara and Blake s correspondence, respectfully declined our requests for an interview He did however submit a list of websites he suggested we reference A subset of the list Mr Boswell provided can be found in the back of this book.It should be noted that at the end of their correspondence, the fate of Tara and Blake is not known We can surmise however that they were able to find each other as the letters were found bound together in a desk drawer in a rural Vermont farmhouse We sent investigators to this locale who verified that a young couple, going by the names of Dawn and Bob, arrived at this small farmhouse with the big red barn and wide open fields, within a week of the last letter s postmark Upon viewing photographs of the young couple, it was confirmed they were indeed Tara Young and Blake Watson From all accounts this young couple kept to themselves and lived here for several months Of the few residents we were able to locate who were around during this time period, there is no one who recalls what happened to them One neighbor commented, They just up and disappeared one day We wrestled with the decision to use their real names for this book In the end, we decided any individuals Blake and Tara thought were out to harm them had enough information, including their names, that attempts on our part to conceal their identity would be superfluous In a way, we hope shining a light on their story will encourage them to step forward This publishing house does not necessarily endorse what is unraveled through these letters, but rather presents the reader with an unvarnished look at Tara and Blake s communication and encourages you to draw your own conclusion If nothing else, we ask that you entertain the idea that oftentimes what is presented is not necessarily the whole story.

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    271 thoughts on “Postmark 9/11: The Lost Letters That Reveal The Untold Story”

    1. This is certainly a love story with a difference. The fictional love letters between Tara and Blake, are cleverly put together to bring us to the true nature of the story, that is, the factual events leading up to 9/11. There are facts here that I knew nothing about, and I daresay there are a lot more like me. There's clearly food for thought here, and it gives credence to the saying that fact is stranger than fiction! A very interesting book , well worth reading. I received this from first rea [...]


    2. Review by Connie Cook Smith --"Postmark 9/11: The Lost Letters that Reveal the Untold Story." This is such a reality-based book that it's hard to believe it's a novel.In fact, I would say it's better classified as "historical fiction," wherein absolutely true moments in history are presented by fictional characters -- and these two fictional characters are themselves compelling and endearing. Their names, Tara Young and Blake Watson, even appear on the cover as the authors of this book.Inside, t [...]


    3. This was NOT what I expected.Maybe it's me, but I thought this was a true story, and that the author/authors were stated as such because the letters were written between Tara Young & Blake Watson. It wasn't until I read the copyright page, that the book is self published and is copyrighted by Young/Watson. There is also a disclaimer at the bottom of the page. Quote, "Though much of the information contained in Postmark 9/11 can be researched and found to be factual, it is a work of fiction." [...]


    4. Although Postmark 911 IS a love story, I expected to find it listed under Historical Fiction. Since a good share of it centers around the events that took place that horrible day in 2001, it was the first genre I looked at when trying to locate it. Either way, I found it to be a poignant love story, and an extremely informative read. Without giving too much away, the letters really carried the story along and although the characters never see each other throughout because of the situation that a [...]


    5. JESUS! I don't know how many times i said that while i read this book. How many times did my eyes widen as i nodded in agreement to possibilities that turned into probabilities? How many times did i run to the computjer to check facts and what-ifs?POSTMARK 9/11 is a fascinating piece of fiction based on historical facts strewn with hair-raising options.The reader is compelled to turn the pages even tho it's more comfortable to snuggle under the blankets and stick your head back into the sand.A n [...]


    6. I have learned many facts about 9/11 prior to reading this book. In most cases the facts were presented in a manner that you feel your life depends on understanding the information. This could turn me off and make it difficult to create my own opinion of what happened. This book breaks the mold. The characters give a personal feel and though the story may be fictional the facts explained are not. The controversial events that occurred on 9/11 are discussed throughout the book as they are learned [...]


    7. Unbelievable. Then again, very believable given our country's history. I've read some non-fiction books on this subject and wanted to see how it was handled in this fictionalized version.Good job to the writers.The back and forth of letters is welcomed and though the writers don't cover all the evidence, they cover enough to expose.welle truth!It's amazing what Americans don't know


    8. Very interesting. Although set in the throes of a love story and mystery, the information contained within is just as harrowing and accordingly true.


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