As ridiculous as it sounds, the British classic rock group Supertramp somehow found its way in a 911 conspiracy theory. How you ask? Well it all has to do with their 1979 record Breakfast in America which features a waitress standing in the location of the Statue of Liberty on the album cover. In the background of the cover are the twin towers.

Conspiracy theories are nothing new, but this particular conspiracy theory is one of the more absurd ones. According to The Daily Mirror, a commenter on a forum for author and conspiracy theorist David Icke suggested that the 1979 Supertramp album cover predicted the 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center.

The person goes by the name "Eve" on the forum and posted a picture of the Breakfast in America album cover with a reversed view, showing the "U" and "P" in Supertramp flipped around to look like "9 11."

You can see the forum post for yourself here.

The forum post from "Eve" gets even stranger saying:

Album came out in 1979.

9/11 reference.

9/11 was served with breakfast...not to mention the everyday fight for freedom: "Breakfast In America."

Orange juice = fireball.

You are looking out of the window of a plane, she is showing the target.

Creator of album art very famous, also created album art for led zeppelin, and many others.

While there are a number of bizarre assumptions going along with this particular conspiracy theory, maybe the biggest reach is the orange juice equaling a fireball.

The original Breakfast in America album cover