The Second Debris Field
The second debris field at shanksville has been brought up many times lately , I decided turn this into a thread of it's own, so it doesn't just
get lost on page 10 of some other thread. This is my evidence, show me yours.
No I don't want your opinion, I want your evidence.
The town of New Baltimore is located 8 miles south east of the crash site. IT WAS STRAIGHT DOWN WIND OF THE CRASH SITE on sept 11. This is the
furthest distance that debris was collected.
Most of the debris collected in New Baltimore was found in the back yard of this church by a grounds keeper and collected by Melanie Hankinson.
"The village of New Baltimore is a dozen or more miles by automobile but eight as the wind blows, which it was doing a year ago. Melanie
Hankinson was at the church next to her home, transfixed before a television that showed the World Trade Center ablaze, when the man who sprays her
lawn stopped by to tell her he was finding odd things in the weeds.
"He said there was a loud bang and smoke and then these papers started blowing through your yard," she said. "I said, 'Oh.' Then I went back to
the TV." Then the parish priest, the Rev. Allen Zeth, told her an airplane had crashed in Shanksville.
For the next few hours, Hankinson gathered charred pages of in-flight magazines, papers from a pilot's manual -- she remembers a map showing the
Guadalajara, Mexico, airport -- and copies of stock portfolio monthly earnings reports.
"And there was some black webbing -- a lot of people found that," she said. The webbing, flexible where it hadn't burned, crisp where it had, was
from insulation lining the belly of the jetliner."
What she is describing in those last two sentences is carbon fiber. The resin in carbon fiber is flammable, the carbon fiber is not. When it burns,
the resin disappears and only the cloth is left. She just has the burnt and unburnt backwards.
The debris that she collected is spread out on the kitchen table in this photo.
A payroll check was also found outside the home of Andy Stoe. What is seen in these two photos is the total debris collected from New Baltimore. Yes,
this is what all the fuss is about.
Also located down wind of the crash site is the Indian Lake Marina. It's 2.4 miles from the crater.
If you look at the top photo in this post you will see the yellow line passes directly over the marina. Both are directly inline with the wind.
The majority of debris collected at Indian Lake was also paper and carbon fiber.
quote John Fleegle
By Wednesday morning, crash debris began washing ashore at the marina. Fleegle said there was something that looked like a rib bone amid pieces of
seats, small chunks of melted plastic and checks
The rib bone turned out not to be human.
John Fleegle collecting fragments of carbon fiber.
The parts of a Boeing 757 made from composites are the external skins of the rudder, vertical stabiliser, elevator, horizontal stabiliser, ailerons,
flaps, slats, wing fairing, gear doors, nose cone, and floor.
If you are looking for the tail of the plane you should be looking for something like this.
Carbon fiber with honeycomb still attached.
So how did this debris travel so far. It was carried by this cloud. When the mushroom cloud rose up it carried the debris with it. The position of the
cloud in this photo is just past Indian Lake and on its way to New Baltimore.
Video of a thermal going through a camp site for those of you who say air can't pick things up and carry them off.