AA Flight 77 and Steve Irwin’s death: The eight videos people search for but can’t find on the internet

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The reason no-one can find these videos is because Hellyweird never bothered to make them. Your imagination is far more useful and vivid for the script writers.

THERE’S no shortage of people seeking out macabre videos of harrowing real-life incidents. Such is the level of interest in cases like the 1974 on-air suicide of US news reporter Christine Chubbuck, two movies are due for release this year that tell her tragic story. And there are plenty of other events captured on film that are extremely sensitive and forever sealed from the public eye. This is to protect the families of the victims and prevent them from being shared online. READ MORE:

Source: AA Flight 77 and Steve Irwin’s death: The eight videos people search for but can’t find on the internet – The Sun

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2 thoughts on “AA Flight 77 and Steve Irwin’s death: The eight videos people search for but can’t find on the internet

  1. tokarski

    I just did a face palm as I saw the death of Osama bin Laden happened on May 2, 2011 … 5+2+2=9 alongside 11. I regard that death as real in this sense: He was a scarecrow and his image was used to frighten the American public, and on that day they decided to put the image to death.

  2. xileffilex

    Thanks, Ab. I hadn’t seen that catalogue of hoaxes; I wish I had because not long ago I posted on Mark Tokarski’s blog about what seemed to me like the totally staged death of Grizzly Man. The above Sun article confirms it further [it also obeys the Zal rule, btw]
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