There are several different crashes referred to in the string of posts and this seems to be a different date than any of them. I was there this past weekend and we hiked from the Middle Mtn. If your URL is correct, you'll see an image preview here. This page was generated at 05:20 PM. What is being updated? Ceiling GPS coordinates are elusive...... Get some coordinates, plug them into Google Earth and tell me what you get. This was a very neat post. Major refresh (10/18/2018) PlaneCrashMap now has an updated look and feel! Weak. It's an old crash. I have some of this stuff marked on my Lowrance. Perhaps I will have abetter ideal if I get to see in my upcoming camping trip to the MNF 9/23 - 10/11. I've kept he same basic design and theme, but with some updated functionality: Another major update is coming soon, with plenty of new data and additional details for existing crashes! If you look closely to the double fined tail it is a dead giveaway of a beech 18. Dailymotion,  There's a plane crash up near Selbyville on my buddy's property. It seems to me that some of the info is mixed up though as Coal River Mountain is not near this crash but it also says Laurel Fork Wilderness on it. The Times Recorder, Zanesville, OH 8 Apr 1947, Supported videos include: J. M. Johnson said a young man and a boy searching for strayed sheep, came upon the wreckage which had been sought vainly by 10 army aircraft and by state police and civilian volunteers on foot. This is really an interesting update. Thanks. In 1967 one of the top-secret A-12 spy planes operating out of Area 51 crashed minutes before touchdown after a completed training mission, when the plane ran out of fuel. He thinks that it is a Beech 18 and he forwarded the info on to another man who sent me this info. Or my son can show you how to work your Lowrance to enter the waypoints. cabins up to the L.F. campground. ELKINS, W. Va., April 7 - (UP) - The broken body of John F. Mannierre, 44, missing since March 25 on a flight to this city, was found in his smashed aircraft yesterday high upon the side of a 4,000-foot mountain near the hamlet of Lanesville. I don't have an ETA for these changes, but would expect them at the beginning of next year. I'll be camping near Middle Mt cabins so it should be easy to find. Tomorrow the sun will rise and we will try again... As a/c mech in the navy I can tell that is not a preWWII a/c. Johnson credited Elmer Roy, 20 and Joe Pennington, 14, both of Dry Fork, Randolph county, with making the discovery. Indonesian fisherman has GPS coordinates of MH370 location to Malaysian authorities ... and he recorded the coordinates of the exact location the plane went into the water. Tables on list pages now allow for sorting and searching; I hope this makes the site much more usable. Hiked in there last year and took some photos. I was scouting out a route to lay a pipeline. There is no red dot in the middle of the star. Is this a relatively new crash site or old one? Read about 1977 Convair CV-300 crash in the Wikipedia Satellite map of 1977 Convair CV-300 crash in Google Maps GPS coordinates of 1977 Convair CV-300 crash, United States Download as JSON GPS is an acronym which stands for Global Positioning System. Please enable JavaScript in your browser settings. As to what type, can't tell by photo. I found this searching around on the internet. I've researched this and I have conflicting coordinates. Remember: Using others' images on the web without their permission may be bad manners, or worse, copyright infringement. Note: Your browser does not have JavaScript enabled. I've kept he same basic design and theme, but with some updated functionality: The first would be rescuers had to be rescued themselves. The whole story is documented in great detail in Tom Mahoods excellent Hunt for 928 article. All times are GMT-8. Vimeo,  out of there. Would someone please pm me the location. Sort any table by clicking on the column name. Anyone who needs it can hook up with me at RRE and I can put my SD card into your GPS and download it. A while back someone posted the gps coordinates for a plane crash in Laural Fk Wilderness. YouTube,  No showshoes and a snowdrifts up to 10 t0 12 feet were reported. I've researched this and I have conflicting coordinates. I'm hoping to update PlaneCrashMap.com with some of the features of the new site, including a map that loads data when you scroll, instead of having to navigate to a different states' map. I apologize to the people that have emailed me- updating the data has taken much longer than I anticipated. Plane was loosing altitude due to icing of the wings 30 miles due east of Elkins. Many pages have had more links added, and I have enlarged the map on the main page. The pilot, William G. Barobur, was a very experienced aviator, he had flown 37 combat missions in a B-24 while fighting in WW2. Will the real coordinate please stand up. I was doing the same thing on Cotton Hill in Fayette Co and walked up on full size hog hanging in a tree in the middle of nowhere. He is 100% sure it is a Beechcraft nicknamed a "Beech 18" . State Police Sgt. But I can not find any records of who that was now. Updated - I now know 4 people died in this crash - Plane C-45 - 5:20pm March 23rd 1960 - capt William G Barbour - Mrs. Elizabeth D Tucker - DR. Monroe Hatch and Clarence Bomar - All burned up still in there seats. I looked up a beech 18 website and sent the pictures to a guy. I've spent a lot of time in that area an had never heard of it. Will the real coordinate please stand up. Coordinates: 44 12' 16.11" S, 176 34' 37.99" W More info @ http://www.bookofresearch.com/google-map-item-research.htm Metacafe,  Where did you find all of the information? PlaneCrashMap now has an updated look and feel! Loading time may be significantly reduced on many pages, but I'm still working on that. check out the. Fretboard and I did a lot of searching on this a while back. They were taken out by Helicopter on the 24th unable to make the crash site. Learn how to create your own. The verified coordinates I am after are for the Ceiling. Showed them to my neighbor who is a pilot and knows a good bit about old planes. If this is your first visit, be sure to We found it! This practice was stopped after Pearl Harbor due to a/c being mis identified as a jap plane and were shot at. Easily create a Forum Website with Website Toolbox. Makes me want to hike in there next time I’m in that country. Mannierre, a Winnetka, Ill., resident who recently was appointed an attorney for the Federal Communications Commission, failed to land at the Elkins airport after taking off from Huntington. The verified coordinates I am after are for the Ceiling. GPS technology provides latitude and longitude readings that can be converted to a more defined roadway location. It took the search party 3 days to reach the wreck due to snow. I had them saved on my GPS but lost it before I could visit it. Pretty darn cool! This map was created by a user. Plane en-route to Lockbourne Air Force base in Ohio when it disappeared - The twin engine c-45 took off From Richmond VA march 23rd. Many features may not work properly without it. This put me at ease and i really never had any other issues with flying...I talked to many other aviators over my Air Force Career, and they all told me the same thing, the only way they would ditch an aircraft is if they were on a training run with no passengers in it... Third time was a charm. Today I updated the appearance of several pages, with a goal of getting you to the information that you are looking for faster. On March 25th State Road Crews plowed back 16 miles of the desolate forest rd. GPS Coordinates: 38 Degrees 43.370 North 79 Degrees 42.704 West I chased information on this crash, through several on-line sources, for a good while after stumbling across it during the Laurel Fork stocking in 2005.The only information I could get (minus serial/ID numbers) was that it was a pre-WWII era aircraft - ID'ed by the red in the insignia. I got to thinking that there wasn't much difference between me and that hog so I got the he!! No flagpole, swing set or palapa coordinates? When we camp, we always walk to the site and pour a cold one out for them, or drink one from them if we are running low.