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PostPosted: Tue Dec 27, 2016 8:49 pm 
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Awesome, thanks Romeo


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 28, 2016 6:46 am 
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 28, 2016 2:17 pm 
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Here you go


Thanks, listening now.


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Thanks again Romeo for delivering the audio. It was a good listen and was interesting to hear from someone who was actually there.


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 28, 2016 7:15 pm 
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I'm very surprised Mr Smalt shared any of that info especially after asking who you were. Plus i am surprised that he shared the accident photos with Peter Margolis even if he was working on behalf of the family. Was Smalt still working for the police department when this was done ?. Interesting to hear that Smalt's brother reported the plane flying low etc. Did he say he thought the plane had been stolen and taking for a joy ride ?. But even Smalt did not say if Rachael could be clearly seen to be slumped over the controls. The mention of an accident in the making was over 3 minutes long. Was he referring to how long the plane actually buzzed the bus. In relation to anyone of those passes being potentially life threatening. I believed it was the final pass when the plane was too low to clear the bus. As Don must of felt safe enough to carry on watching the plane as it flew over his head ??. Or was it the 45 degree angle of the wing which didn't have enough ground clearence for the plane to pull out of, resulting in the wing clipping the bus.. Cheers for posting that conversation up Romeo


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 28, 2016 8:14 pm 
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GUITARIDOL5682 wrote:
I'm very surprise Mr Smalt shared any of that info especially after asking who you were. Plus i am surprised that he shared the accident photos with Peter Margolis even if he was working on behalf of the family. Was Smalt still working for the police department when this was done ?. Interesting to hear that Smalt's brother reported the plane flying low etc. Did he say he thought the plane had been stolen and taking for a joy ride ?. But even Smalt did not say if Rachael could be clearly seen to be slumped over the controls. The mention of an accident in the making was over 3 minutes long. Was he referring to how long the plane actually buzzed the bus. In relation to anyone of those passes being potentially life threatening. I believed it was the final pass when the plane was too low to clear the bus. As Don must of felt safe enough to carry on watching the plane as it flew over his head ??. Or was it the 45 degree angle of the wing which was not enough ground clearence for the bus to pull out of. Which resulted in the wing clipping the bus.. Cheers for posting that conversation up Romeo


I found him to be more guarded than anything. The information he shared can be found on any RR forum so I didn't see anything he said as case sensitive. He declines to answer the body locations and made it clear he wasn't sharing any photos beyond what was given to Peter. Hearing that interview makes me just wish that one day that documentary will see the light of day.


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Mr.Smalt is a Master Sheriff to this day with the department idol.


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I found him to be more guarded than anything. The information he shared can be found on any RR forum so I didn't see anything he said as case sensitive. He declines to answer the body locations and made it clear he wasn't sharing any photos beyond what was given to Peter. Hearing that interview makes me just wish that one day that documentary will see the light of day.


Yeah he wasn't giving much away to the fan who is on the ball. I think he would of giving a bit less away if he knew the conversation was being recorded. Romeo told him the locations of the bodies, i think he was edging his bets to get something from the guy other then what we have already heard.


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Mr.Smalt is a Master Sheriff to this day with the department idol.


I got it into my head he may of been retired. Cheers for that info Tito.


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GUITARIDOL5682 wrote:
orion_damage wrote:
I found him to be more guarded than anything. The information he shared can be found on any RR forum so I didn't see anything he said as case sensitive. He declines to answer the body locations and made it clear he wasn't sharing any photos beyond what was given to Peter. Hearing that interview makes me just wish that one day that documentary will see the light of day.


Yeah he wasn't giving much away to the fan who is on the ball. I think he would of giving a bit less away if he knew the conversation was being recorded. Romeo told him the locations of the bodies, i think he was edging his bets to get something from the guy other then what we have already heard.


Yeah he definitely was, I would have been too. I wonder how the interview would have gone if Romeo would have said up front that he was conducting research on RR for a project?


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GUITARIDOL5682 wrote:
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Mr.Smalt is a Master Sheriff to this day with the department idol.


I got it into my head he may of been retired. Cheers for that info Tito.

i stumbled on it the other day to see if he was retired and hes still very active..i wish i could remember the article.thank the ale for that one!!you got it my brother!!


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He left the police department/that field of work 2 years after the 1982 incident. He went back in 2006 to finish off his requirements for retirement benefits. I will have all this info in the thread I am doing


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He left the police department/that field of work 2 years after the 1982 incident. He went back in 2006 to finish off his requirements for retirement benefits. I will have all this info in the thread I am doing


Looking forward to seeing your thread. How are things coming with it?


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He left the police department/that field of work 2 years after the 1982 incident. He went back in 2006 to finish off his requirements for retirement benefits. I will have all this info in the thread I am doing


Looking forward to seeing your thread. How are things coming with it?


Getting there, pasted a bunch of stuff I have collected this morning into a draft herez. Realisticly we are talking probably 2-3 weekends from now until it's posted. Working on it when I have time here and there.


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I remember speaking with a certain someone on the phone who was working on a documentary back in '08, as I was working on a website for him that never saw the light of day. We went into the crash subject and he told me that there is a lot more to it than people know, and to "just know that Sharon is pure evil". Then he asked if I had ever heard of the lady on the horse. (whom at the time I googled and read from the old Day the Music died site she was an actress who was in the area at the time of the crash)

I don't know how accurate his comments are, but it always made me think.


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That sounds really odd to be honest....


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