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Offline Tim Invictus

Flight 93 - the unique plane crash
« on: July 01, 2014, 02:24:58 PM »
Flight 93 supposedly crashed on 9/11 in a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Never before or since this 'crash' has there been:

No fuselage, no wings, no tail, no engines, no baggage, no bodies, no blood!

Nothing but small pieces of charred debris able to be carried away by hand. That was all that remained of the supposed crash of the 127 ton plane!

But there was a Saudi passport and driving licence belonging to the terrorist and a red bandana!

Offline Tim Invictus

Re: Flight 93 - the unique plane crash
« Reply #1 on: July 02, 2014, 03:06:53 PM »
In my opinion there is no possible way Flight 93 crashed in a field near Shanksville, Pen. Did the plane land at Cleveland as reported on channel 9 News there and confirmed by the mayor of Cleveland, Ohio?

What do you think?:


Offline clockend

Re: Flight 93 - the unique plane crash
« Reply #2 on: March 03, 2020, 07:01:45 PM »
I think its a misnomer to think that no plane crashed in Shanksville,
The coroner Wallace Miller identified body parts with the help from FBI Fingerprint experts,
dental records and lastly DNA
His first victim was identified through a tooth
A good book to read is Courage after the crash flight 93 by Glen j kashurba
An excerpt
King: "We stopped and I opened the door. The smell of jet fuel was overpowering. I will never forget that smell; it is really burnt into my mind. ...I walked down the power line and got my first glimpse of human remains. Then I walked a little further and saw more."

Shanksville VFD firefighter Keith Curtis: "I walked up to where the tire was on fire, probably a hundred feet past the crater. It was a big tire. I was thinking that this is a big jet. I hit it good with the hose and put it out. I stopped and 'poof,' it just started on fire again."

Firefighter Mike Sube: "We made our way to a small pond. That's where I observed the largest piece of wreckage that I saw, a portion of the landing gear and fuselage. One of the tires was still intact with the bracket, and probably about three to five windows of the fuselage were actually in one piece lying there. ...There were enough fires that our brush truck was down there numerous times. ...I saw small pieces of human remains and occasionally some larger pieces. That was disturbing, but what was most disturbing was seeing personal effects."

Lieutenant Roger Bailey, Somerset Volunteer Fire Department: "We started down through the debris field. I saw pieces of fiberglass, pieces of airplane, pop rivets, and mail...Mail was scattered everywhere. ...the one guy who was with us almost stepped on a piece of human remains. I grabbed him, and he got about half woozy over it."