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    Flight Crashes add-on

    A friend of mine heard on NPR recently (in the wake of the Hudson river landing) that someone is making a sim that is based on these kinds of accidents. Trying to keep up with the market, I assumed that it would be an add-on for, say, FS. Has anyone heard of this add-on?
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    Be careful what you ask for......

    There are quite a few add-on freeware files that will show the various damage that the aircraft may have taken. I believe they are filed under the heading, "damage" or "crash screen." I have downloaded one, and purposely crashed to experience it, the blood- curdling screams form the passengers as we were going down and the screams of agony during the crash were way too realistic, and I deleted that.wav immediately.

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