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Originally posted by MentorsRiddle
Thank you for the video & link....
The BT has always fascinated me since I was a boy.
What I find interesting about the video is the fact that there doesn't appear to be extensive damage to the airplane - the nose is not beat-up, the gears, seats, etc. doesn't look like it took alot of damage. Leading me to beleive that the plane might have actually landed on the water.
This is clearly a sea plane, as you can see from the landing gear when the sub is outside of the craft.
Not much to say, but interesting.
the U.S. Coast has taken an avid interest in the find and ... as soon as the major boating season ends off Florida’s coast, they will mount an expedition to the site and identify the plane.
Originally posted by HardyWhite
where are the occupants? It may have said in the article, but i have too much to read already!!!
Anyway, I would expect maybe skeletal remains, but I don't really know..