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Laurie Gabriel has been posting interviews with the wonderful cast of “Unthinkable” for the past couple of months while I’ve been totally consumed with production.  Now that things have calmed down a bit and we’re well into post, I thought I would come back to give you a few thoughts on our film from my perspective as its Writer/Producer/Director.

Unthinkable is based on actual events – primarily the “murder-suicide” of 9/11 author Philip Marshall (“Lakefront Airport” “The Big Bamboozle” and “False Flag 9/11“).  Marshall was found dead early last February in his Murphys California home along with his two teen-age kids and the family dog.  Because Marshall published controversial books about the terrorist attacks of 9/11, one would have thought the press might pick up the stories – but no – there were only a couple of stories in the local papers, dominated by an explanation of the events by Murphys Sergeant Chris Hewitt.

Things became even more bizarre as investigative journalist Wayne Madsen went to Murphys to look into what wasn’t being disclosed by local law enforcement.  What he found is the basis for our film, Unthinkable.

What we’re doing isn’t an attempt at solving the many questions surrounding the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon.  There are plenty of researchers and investigators who have been at work for the past ten years trying to put the pieces together on who was actually responsible for the attacks.  Philip Marshall was one of them, and he had some pretty damn interesting things to share from his perspective as a United Airlines pilot with over 15,000 hours at the controls of big Boeing passenger jets.

No.  Unthinkable documents the many and varied ways that Sergeant Hewitt and a number of shadowy figures driving dark SUVs with antennas bristling from their roofs tried to keep folks from looking into the “murder-suicide” any deeper than the information provided in the paper by Sgt. Hewitt.

The real story is the combination of information published by Philip Marshall and the desperate lengths the Calaveras County officials went to keep the public from looking into the actual facts.  That’s the mission of our film, Unthinkable – the film that asks the queston, “What was it law enforcement didn’t want you to know about the facts behind the ‘assassination’ of author Philip Marshall and his kids?”

Stand by for more about Unthinkable and our progress bringing this fascinating story to the public.

Eric Stacey