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Originally posted by CosmicEgg
He would have had to jump from a very low altitude for him to take such an angled descent. And if he didn't fall, there there is another explanation. Lately there are more and more inexplicable things happening. Let's see what they find. If they find nothing - and there is a good chance they won't - then perhaps we'll find out later just what happened.
This is very interesting though.
Originally posted by crazydaisy
reply to post by rogerstigers
That is a bit of a stretch - what made you think of that? Both are mysterious - the only connection I see.
I'd seen the guy falling on an angle, straight down, no parachute, no paraglider. You could see the arms and legs flailing and his clothes were blue, a dark blue like a navy, black and gray," Hale said.
Off in the distance, one of the women saw what they say was a tan single engine plane that soon disappeared.
"We don't know if he came out of that plane, we don't know if he fell out a wheel well, we don't know," Hale said.
Originally posted by WickettheRabbit
How in a somewhat urban area could a body not be found if witnesses saw it fall?
I agree that something sounds hoaxy/misinterpreted.