posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 05:32 PM
Usually, from what I have come to understand, areas deemed "mysterious" like the different triangles around the world, etc., are nothing more than
areas that can at times become seriously dangerous for various reasons. Plus, if these areas are highly trafficked by various types of vehicles, the
odds actually seem quite normal, once the dangerous aspects have been identified.
For instance, in the area you talk about in Nevada, I would think weather conditions would be the biggest hazard to small planes. I am not familiar
with the area at all, but I assume there are mountains in the area from what you quoted in your initial post. Whenever you have mountains, there is
the chance for updrafts and all sorts of other wind conditions that can toss a small plane around like a toy, and looking back through history many
small planes that have crashed have succumbed to these meteorological conditions. I know this is true for all mountainous regions, especially places
like Alaska and whatnot where the temperatures are very low. This can cause icing on the wings, which can harm the plane's ability to remain
There are just many, many more reasons, including pilot error, flying too close to a mountain, etc., that better explain any disappearances in any
area than supernatural forces. That's the bottom line in my opinion. Does that mean that there is no way that the contrary could be true? Of course
not, but all I mean is that one is much more likely than the other. Anyway, thanks for bringing this to my attention though, as I had never heard of
any area in Nevada that is considered mysterious for disappearances or anything.
In the scenario described in your original post it is pretty clear that the plane crashed and the pilot perished either on impact or succumbed to his
injuries near the crash site, since bones were found. It is not unusual that the majority of the bones were missing, as scavengers likely had carried
them off rather quickly. Nature has a way of erasing any human presence after a while. An entire city like New York, despite its size, would look like
a regular forest after only a few centuries without a human presence. So nothing odd there in my honest opinion.