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Other reports Thursday said that two significant bodies had been found. One was in the cockpit area of one of the airplanes, but was not dressed in pilot's clothing, indicating that it may have been one of the hijackers. Another was of a flight attendant her hands bound together with wire.
Originally posted by Jim Scott
reply to post by habu71
I gotta agree with habu71. There wouldn't be much of anything left. Impact alone tends to separate flesh from bone. Then, burn it in a furnace hot enough to melt girders. I'm surprised anything at all was left. I also am an ex-military pilot.
Originally posted by ExPostFacto
They also identified the bodies at the pentagon using DNA. Oh wait...the entire airliner burned up into a small hole but everyones body remained identifiable enough to extract DNA.
Another was of a flight attendant her hands bound together with wire.