Coincidence? Woman Traveling Europe Caught Up In Three Terror Attacks In Three Months

Julia Monaco has lived through three terror attacks

Mason Wells survived Boston, Paris and Brussels? Now this Julia Monaco has survived Barcelona, London Bridge and Paris?

Is it just an amazing coincidence that these two people JUST HAPPENED to be at these locations when terror struck?

Did I mention Chris Pawley ‘surviving’ Manchester and Barcelona?

Crisis actors amid real carnage? Or merely a coincidence?

There are no coincidences – there are ‘crisis actors‘ …

Here’s just one of many called Crisis Cast. Now why would a anyone seek actors for crisis situations? Like false flag operations, you mean?

HOWEVER, we must remember that false flag operations doesn’t mean that people do not get killed.

Proof of an actual false flag being orchestrated is here:  Daily Mail UK Caught Using Fake False Flag ISIS Attack Material from Mosul

But I digress …let’s move on with the story as reported by The Independent:

A woman says she has survived the Barcelona van attack months after also being caught up in the terrorist rampages in London Bridge and Paris.

Julia Monaco, 26, was shopping with friends when a van ploughed through nearby crowds killing 13 people and injuring more than 100.

It was her third brush with terror while travelling through Europe this year.

The Melbourne woman was also placed on lockdown on the Tube as three knifemen rampaged in London Bridgeand was in Notre Dame the day a police officer was stabbed outside the famous cathedral.

Ms Monaco told of “absolute pandemonium” as she was locked in a shop in Placa de Catalyuna, at the top of Las Ramblas, after terrorists mowed down pedestrians in the busy street on Thursday.

“All of a sudden we were locked in the shop and confusion started to sprinkle among the people,” she told Australian radio station 3AW.

“The next second we knew we were literally running for our lives to the very back of the store where we were told to get on the ground away from the windows and lay as flat as possible.”

People move from the scene after a van crashed into pedestrians near the Las Ramblas avenue. Reuters

She told 9 News: “We didn’t see the van, we could just see the crowds and the police and some people who had clearly seen something terrible happen.

“We were looking at about 200 people crowded out in the square.

“Suddenly everyone outside just started screaming and everyone turned at the same time.

“People were literally pushing to get into the store off the street… We were genuinely terrified.”

Ms Monaco described children screaming amid “considerable panic” in the shop before they were evacuated by police through a side door.

“I feel a bit rattled, it’s not how I really expected today to go,” she added.

“But I don’t feel like I want to go home. I feel like I want to stay here and not let them, whoever they might be, win.”