She was believed to be one of the lucky ones: a woman who worked in the Twin Towers and was in her office that morning when the planes came. Somehow, she told people, she survived. In the process, she lost friends and saw her life shattered, but she overcame, becoming an advocate for 9/11 families.
A wonderful story of survival if not for the fact that none of it was true. CNN's Brooke Baldwin talked to a filmmaker and author who got to the bottom of the story, which they call "The Woman Who Wasn't There."