Like the Sept. 11 hijackers who spent their some of their final moments in a Las Vegas strip club, Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan repeatedly visited a lap dancing club near the Fort Hood base in the days before he allegedly killed 13 soldiers. One day, Hasan spent six hours watching women pole dance. Said one woman who works at the club, called Starz, "He came in on his own about 7.30 p.m. and was here until 2 a.m. He wasn't like our normal crowd which is young solders. He seemed older, more mature, a bit shy and reserved and a little out of place but not abnormal."