posted on Jul, 29 2008 @ 10:46 AM
Returning my original post deleted by OP:
I'm still not convinced one way or another what happened to Flight 93. My suspicions are that it was hijacked, as the audio information suggests,
some of the passengers had gotten word about the WTC via phone calls, and they rallied to attempt to choose where to die, in order to save others.
Perhaps they thought there was a glimmer of hope they could take the plane back and get "talked down" from ATC. I think it's also possible the
plane was shot down; Ground witness' statements are somewhat conflictive, as you demonstrated in a related thread, OP.
I went over the links you posted here. I sure would like to be able to hear all of those audio files of phone calls made, rather than read them, and
get the websites spin on them.
As to CeeCee Lyles audio file, I don't hear anything in that which sounds scripted to me. She sounds to me like a strong-willed person making a
phone call to her loved ones, thinking that she will never see them again. I put myself in that position, the last thing I would want to do is
leave a message to my wife, screaming, frantic, frightened.... knowing she would listen to it over and over again. I don't think I'd be able to
keep my voice from cracking for as long as Ms. Lyles did.
As to the "you did great" bit. I listened to that several times, without looking at the screen to tell me what I was hearing. that could have
been what was said. I can't tell for certain. If that WAS what was said, I can easily see how it might've happened....... CeeCee steels
herself for a phone call, she talks with a friend or flight attendant, who is there for support, being in the same position. CeeCee breaks down at
the end of the call, the person reassures her. Point is, we really don't know, and probably won't be able to know.
Thanks for bringing this information to us OP. I don't see anything that is directly conflictive with the OS in your thread, IMO, but appreciate
your consolidating this material.
Are you going to delete it again? I hope not. I hope, like most of us, you're still looking for evidence of the truth, and will follow that
thread wherever it leads you, even if the evidence leads you away from your theories. That is the crux of the deductive process.