Saturday, May 27, 2017

ABANDONED CRASH SITE - CEDAR SWAMP MOUNTAIN

Cedar Swamp Mountain holds a secret many don't know of, a secret that claimed the lift of retired Air force Captain Robert McGaunn. 
He refueled at Boston's Logan International Airport, before continuing on with his flight.  While flying through bad weather from PA to Newfoundland, his plane suddenly disappeared without a trace.  A search was conducted for the missing plane but nothing was found. 
Three months later a pilot from nearby Trenton Maine flying over Cedar Swamp Mountain spotted the wreckage and reported it in.  The body of the pilot was recovered, but the wreckage of the plane was left on the mountain side. 
The pilot died strapped into his seat and the seat still rests near the mountain top.  The crash site and its wreckage is said to be located very close to the top of the summit.  The plane crash took place on 30 June 1970.

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