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Reassess_Reevaluate 4 points ago +4 / -0

I've studied thousands of plane crashes in my spare time as an amateur airplane accident investigator.

I can 100% guarantee you that no airplane crashed there. There are literally dozens of aircraft that have crashed in exactly the same manner and the debris field is huge. No matter how hard you ram an airplane into the ground, it doesn't fucking atomize the materials it's made up of.

You get a helluva lot more than the debris that was placed there by hand to make it look like an accident.

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DarQ2light [S] 4 points ago +4 / -0

Same here, ever since I was a kid I obsessed over Airline crashes, I would look at the photos in the news and there were always bodies and chunks of wreckage it takes a hell of a lot of temperature for a long time to make titanium and human bodies go away.

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BleedRdWhBlu 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well they did find a passport of one of the hijackers there in that hole after the plane 'evaporated' from the extreme heat.

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MaxdOut 1 point ago +1 / -0

Most planes crash trying not to crash. This one came straight down at high speed with no intent to plane off before landing.

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Halya 0 points ago +1 / -1

I was not surprised that there was nothing to see where the plane crashed. This happened before in the Pgh area. There was a plane to/from Chicago to Pittsburgh that crashed on old Rt 60 near Aliquippa. This plane came straight down. At that time what they thought happened is because of hills around towns heat raises the plane, cool lowers it but this kind of plane had a defect that it would spin and pilot couldnt recover it. There was debris left, pretty small pieces.

As for the Shanksville crash, the plane was bigger, came down with much more force and from higher altitude.

I recall this because that weekend I had to go to Chicago for an unrelated funeral. And people were especially nice to me thinking I was related to the downed plane. I'm guessing this happened in 1993. I saw this site myself. Just a round patch of dirt in an otherwise grassy field.

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Smartcookie2 2 points ago +2 / -0

Eyewitnesses and people living near the crash site in Pittsburgh in the 90’s said they found luggage and debris on their land up to five miles away. Got that info from talk radio, other media of course covered it up. Don’t trust anything they say.