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The couple was hiking in Mammoth Lakes, California, when they found FAA ID cards belonging to Steve Fossett - and police are saying the cards are not forged.
A search of the area has not turned up any further evidence of the pilot.
Originally posted by Tomis_Nexis
According to MSN.com, a hiker had found a few of what appears to be Fossetts belonings.
-ID card with his name
-2 laminated cards (no idea if they have his name on them)
-10 $100 bills and a $5 bill
-And finally, one piece of clothing
Originally posted by silo13
Well, sounds like that mystery is solved.
I hope his friends and family can find some peace over this.
God rest him.
Originally posted by stealthsurfer
reply to post by Skyfloating
Your correct it does add to it, and especially since there has been no plane wreckage found. Seems like plane wreckage would show up before an id badge would don't ya think?
Originally posted by Grafilthy
Why did he have at least $1000 cash on him? Most people, even if they have lots of money......don't need that kind of CASH on them. Usually they would have credit cards and whatnot. Any ideas? Did he always have that kind of cash on his person?