What if someone lied about being at Ground Zero?
On October 18, the Mount will screen “The Woman Who Wasn’t
There,” chronicling Tania Head, former leader of the WTC Survivors
Network. Head falsely reported that she was working at the World
Trade Center at the time of the attack, crawled from a burning
tower, and suffered post-traumatic stress disorder. She was ousted
from the network when it was discovered that she had, in fact, been
in Spain at the time.
The screening is open to the public free of charge and will
include a discussion and book signing with filmmaker Angelo J.
The film and discussion are presented by the Mount’s Curtin
Memorial Library and the divisions of social sciences and arts and
For further information, please contact Vivian Milczarski at
Curtin Library at 845-569-3523 or firstname.lastname@example.org