Originally posted by L00kingGlass
reply to post by intrptr
Oh really? Heres another pic...
Oh look, productive conversation.
FBI agents make a trip to the butcher shop and spread their wares on the street so as to create the illusion of body parts as a result of crashing planes ........blah blah blah.............if these faked meat aprts were actually real then they would have appeared in many many other parts of the city - we would have seen heads, arms, legs etc ect ect ..........WE SEE NONE OF THAT Fake Fake Fake
I think there is a very good chance the woman is lying. She is selling a book. I also think there is a very good chance she was unable to deal with what she was seeing and went a little batty. Then again maybe she did see angels.
I'm going to have to agree with alot of the other posters on this thread. Calling "shimmery lights" angelic beings just seems like a stretch to me. There are alot of rational reasons for seeing what she did before i would make a leap to the spiritual.
Originally posted by TsukiLunar
No wonder she is ex-FBI. Shes clearly insane.
Originally posted by ManicDepresive1
Wans't there a movie about an alien race that would take the people out of doomed airliners just before they crashed?
I don't know what to think of this, to have angels (spirits) you have to have a dead body right?
Originally posted by Alfie1
No bodies, but body parts. This is the Shanksville coroner :-
Originally posted by dreamstalker
reply to post by trysts
I tend to go along your line of thought on Flt 93, and also the Pentagon, similar situation, however my big question is Where did the planes and people go?
John Fleegle heard engines roar over his head and felt the ground shake under his feet as the lights flickered in his office. He stepped outside and saw a big ball of fire in the air. However, when he got to the supposed crash site of Flight 93, he saw a second plane still flying overhead. While telling his eyewitness story, a retired Air Force officer explains that the reason his lights flickered was because the radar frequency was zapped as the plane was shot down.
Originally posted by ColoradoJens
So you are saying post-traumatic stress disorder is insanity?
Originally posted by Zaphod58
reply to post by SamLuv
And every crash that has happened, that was widely publicized, with the handful of a few, have been relatively low speed, flat impacts. Flat impact = big pieces of debris. You have a much bigger area hitting the ground, so the force is more spread out. In a vertical impact all the force of impact is concentrated in a very small area. Vertical impact = tiny pieces of debris. Airplanes are basically like aluminum cans. You smash one vertically, and it's going to compress just like a can does.