Never Happen Here: The Whitehorse 911 Story

Never Happen Here: The Whitehorse 911 Story

2011 | 46 minutes

Terror in the sky wreaks havoc on the ground as a  “hijacked” 747 approaches a remote northern town on 9/11. As schools are evacuated, terrified parents race to get their kids. The strange, bizarre, flight of Korean Air Flight 085, the only aircraft on 9/11 to actually transmit a hijack signal. 

Directed and produced by

Max Fraser is a Whitehorse-based filmmaker. See his bio and filmography here.

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