Whilst ex MI5 officer Annie Machon provided the public with a chance to hear a first hand account of her interesting observations during her time with the intelligence services, as well as details on 9/11, the East Anglia Truth tent acted as an information centre with a display board containing important details relating to 9/11, as well as an in-house cinema. Also available were DVDs, books, magazines, stickers and leaflets and hundreds of DVDs and leaflets were distributed during the weekend.During the Saturday night, anybody within viewing distance of the Truth tent should have witnessed our outdoor cinema with “The British Broadcasting Conspiracy” looped throughout the night. Fortunately, being adjacent to the beer tent and directly opposite the acoustic stage which accommodated headline act the “Levellers” that night, it was guaranteed an audience.
So, in essence, it was a very productive weekend and we look forward to the next. In the main, those that weren’t already aware of the various problems with the official account of 9/11 were open to discussing them.
So, thank you to all the great people that we met for contributing towards us having such a wonderful weekend. We hope to see you again soon.
There are more photos of the Eastern Haze festival posted in the pics section of our MySpace Profile at www.myspace.com/eastangliatruth.