Alright, This isn't my story, but I was told this by my uncle a few years ago. My uncle is an avid hunter and one day, while driving (kind of like herding) deer, he and his buddies came upon a mangled aircraft deep in the Pennsylvania game lands. Here's the background story. About 30 years ago, there was an aircraft flying in that area which lost radio contact in the middle of the night during a bad snowstorm. A search and rescue mission was innitiallized the day after and continued for about a week, but the aircraft was not found, nor any of the four men who were on the plane (a white plane covered with snow in a densely tree populated area is almost impossible to spot by air). So anyways, my uncle had found the plane with his hinting party about 10 years ago, along with the remains of the four men. Here is the creepy part: my uncle spotted an arm hanging in the branches of a dead pine tree (20 years of rotting made it smell really bad too). when they continued searching, they found the mangled wreck of the plane and the three other bodies. The one passenger apparently survived the impact, and crawled out, but died with his back against a nearby tree (with a missing arm). The three other bodies were found inside the aircraft, all mangled and of course, 20 years rotten. Of course, the hunters immediately went back to their cabin and called the proper authorities to investigate. Now there is only a prop and a few scattered airframe parts. What odds me out most is why the bodies were basically "untouched" by other animals. you would think a bear, a mountain lion, or a vulture would eat the remains and scatter the bones.
"Stop cheating on your jeep with a girlfriend! Who has always been there when you needed her? The Jeep. Who was there first? the Jeep. You know the decision you have to make. Make it."
Last edited by Volacious; 08-27-2009 at 05:29 PM.