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Flight 93 Memorial


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Today (Saturday) the wife, 2 of her friends, and I visited the Flight 93 Memorial near Stoystown, PA. It is an impressive but somber place. The story about the plane crash and recovery efforts is very interesting. One of the guides said only 8% of the bodies (parts) were recovered. The remains are "buried" at the site - it is one large grave. It is definitely worth the time to visit and get an understanding of what happened on September 11, 2001. One can only imagine what went thru the passengers' minds and also the area residents that day. September 11 will always be remembered as I was flying from Cleveland, OH to Phoenix, AZ that morning.

Here is the link to some images I took at the Memorial

http://s1305.photobucket.com/user/pafarmer52/library/Flight%2093%20Memorial#/user/pafarmer52/library/Flight%2093%20Memorial?sort=2&page=1&_suid=13731568474840054683887953974775

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Ken

HOF City, PRR Country, and Charter member of the "Mack Pack"

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9/11 a sad day we will never forget. I remeber reading about this plane and some of the passengers trying to get control off the plane frtom the scum bag but too late, he had already put it in a dive apparently. They were heros for trying.

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did they talk about any other theories that are out there re: flight 93..i.e. debris found 6-8 miles away from the site you visited?

just curious..

mike W

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No, just the immediate area. I never heard about debris found outside of the memorial area.

Ken

HOF City, PRR Country, and Charter member of the "Mack Pack"

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