"We found wood shavings all over
the place. Of course we were in a wood-shop,
but Mr. Eglington was working with Walnut
and Oak before lunch. The wood shavings
were that of another kind of wood...
Maple, Perhaps Mahogany."
"We also found a small piece of
what seems to be a handle from a 16oz.
Claw Hammer with a fiberglass shaft.
Most likely a Snapper. Why this is interesting
is because Mr. Eglington does use or
enjoy the feel of Snappers."
These facts have lead investigators
to believe that someone else entered
Eglington's workshop during his lunch
break and broke the plane in question.
"It's a shame when events like
this transpire. It is a terrible, terrible
site to see." Barters said. "However
theories on the planes destruction are
abound. Some believe it was pelted by
a meteor or space junk. Others think
it collided with a circular saw run
amok, others yet believe this be the
work or children... Latino children
However Eglington believes there is
terrorist involvement. He said, "Perhaps
they were testing it's strength and
durability for an attack later in the
Barters is doubtful about many of these
theories, but is keeping an open mind.
"I don't see a scenario that fits
everything yet," said Barters.
"I think that's where we're at
right now. Right now I'm baffled, as
far as I'm concerned, nothing's ruled
out. There's no reason to rule anything
out. Everything's on the table right
by Faux-Newz Staff Writer