posted on Mar, 21 2008 @ 07:18 PM
Not to rain on the parade here, but there are a few things to keep in mind when looking at that list. One is that it goes back several years. Run any
data back over enough years, and you can make a long list of just about any phenomenon you like. Another is that a fair number of the deaths on that
list don't seem terribly unusual. Healthy people do have massive strokes with little or no warning, and minimal symptoms (my father is an example of
that one). People do die in private aircraft accidents...that's what killed Scott Crossfield, and heaven knows he was a more-than-competent pilot.
Just to add a bit of a conspiratorial twist to that idea, two of my father's doctors have died in private plane crashes over the period covered by
This isn't to say that there isn't something going on...some of the deaths on there are certainly strange...but the 'something', if it exists,
probably isn't as wide-spread as you might think from a quick look at that list.