Investigators break their silence in new chilling documentary on TWA Flight 800

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A new documentary is expected to raise questions as to what really caused TWA Flight 800 to explode and crash  into the Atlantic Ocean near East Moriches, New York almost 17 years ago.

It reportedly features six members of the original accident investigation team. The retired investigators are now claiming that initial findings were falsified and are calling for a new crash investigation.

The eye-opening film is scheduled to be released in July.

The Paris-bound plane crashed on June 17, 1996 into the waters off Long Island, killing all 230 on board. It remains the third-deadliest U.S. aviation accident after American Airlines Flight 191 and American Airlines Flight 587, respectively.

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