The crater obviously had to have been made some other way and I’d speculate the most logical way is that is was made similar to how the crater was made for A&E’s Flight 93. But what's important to remember is that as long as a 757 didn’t create the crater, what did is a moot point.
(Man-made crater from A&E’s Flight 93.)
However, what I’ve always wondered was how did only the middle of this fake crater and a small section of forest catch on fire, but hardly any of (if any at all) the grass around the crater, or the grass in between the crater and the burnt forest section where the small service road is?
Furthering this weirdness is that the trajectory of the burnt forest section doesn’t even align with the trajectory of the alleged flight path.
(Green dotted line = fire damage; Purple circle = left wingtip; blue arrow = flight path; yellow circle = right wingtip. Map from Popular Mechanics)
It’s as if something was launched into the middle of the crater at a slightly different angle to cause fire damage around the crater to help make it look like a plane had actually crashed there, but instead this projectile bounced off up and over the section of grass and small service road in between the forest and then exploded into the trees. And I think this is what happened.
Take a close look at the displaced dirt in the crater. Notice that the displaced dirt looks it was pushed in one direction leaving a ramp-like shape.
(See video clip of this aerial shot.)
So if some kind of projectile was launched into the middle of the crater and bounced in the direction the pushed dirt is pointing to, its trajectory lines up perfectly with the small section of burnt forest.
If this sounds a little way out there, look what one of the officials at the scene was trying to pass off to us and notice he describes what I am saying in that an object came down at a 45-degree angle on bounced off into the woulds even though witness reports said the plane they saw was coming down at nearly 90-degrees:
“Miller recalled his arrival at the crash site about 20 minutes after the plane plummeted to the earth and described how the aircraft came down at a 45-degree angle. He explained how the cockpit broke off at impact, bouncing into a wooded area of about 60 acres. The resulting fireball scorched about eight acres of trees, he said.” - Pittsburghlive.com (
It makes perfect sense as to why something looks like it hit the middle of the crater and bounced off in a perfect trajectory towards the burnt forest and why that forest section is at a different trajectory than how the alleged 757 supposedly came in caught fire, but the grass and service road between the crater and the burnt forest section was not touched by any burning jet fuel.
It would also explain how some of the burnt trees closet to the crater had their tops broken.
FOX News reporter: It looks like there's nothing there, except for a hole in the ground.
Photographer Chris Konicki: Ah, basically that's right. The only thing you can see from where we where, ah, was a big gouge in the earth and some broken trees.” – FOX video (
Lastly it may also explain what the small white mysterious jet with the “military” look was doing at the crash scene before the explosion as multiple people witnesses and was seen coming in over
The only thing left to wonder about is how the middle of the crater caught on fire if whatever bounced off from the middle of it only exploded in the forest. Noticed that none of the tall grass growing right up against the rim of the crater caught on fire which suggests no large fire was in the crater. Maybe the inside of the crater was doused was fuel before hand and caught fire as the projectile landed in it and then accidentally bounced and exploded into the burnt forest section.
However, it doesn’t really matter because it’s clear that no 757 caused any of this.