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Re: Should we re-open the investigation into Jim's plane crash?
Nice try, but no. It is in aviation jargon that then would be open to amateur interpretation and it would soon spread all over the web and compound the confusion. Plus that's only a small portion of the overall picture, and doesn't give you the political context of what happened to Jim, or the misdirection of the search efforts, the FBI role, the sealing of documents, or the other unanswered questions.
My two chapters devoted to Jim's crash relied on the accident report so the timeline down to the minute is accurate, as it was derived from the time stamped tower tape. I even give you the altitude he was at, the turns he made, the comments he exchanged with the tower operator, plus eyewitness accounts of the plane crashing.
It's all in "Jim Reeves: His Untold Story."
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