CLEAR LAKE, Iowa -- Three youthful recording stars, members of a touring rock 'n' roll troupe, died today with their pilot in a plane crash in a snowy farm field about five miles north of here ...
Five Came Back is probably the first major example of a suspense disaster film about a plane crash with an all-star cast, filmed 30 years before Airport, and still gripping. It also features one of Lucille Ball's first major roles, and is one of the few movies you can find starring Chester Morris, who was a popular star in those days (he played ...
Died July 16, 1999, age 39, in Massachusetts when he experienced spatial disorientation and lost control of the plane he was piloting He was en route to his cousin's wedding in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts; his wife and sister-in-law also died in the crash Was the son of John F. Kennedy, 35th President of the United States and First Lady Jackie Kennedy Was an attorney, journalist, and publisher ...
Four of six members died: Ronnie Caldwell, Phalon Jones, Jimmy King and Carl Cunningham. Ben Cauley survived the crash and James Alexander was not on the plane. Also on board and killed was soul singer Otis Redding. Beechcraft Model 18. Lake Monona, Madison, Wisconsin, United States.
Oct 30, 2020 · 30 October 1991: United States Air Force Sikorsky HH-60G Pave Hawk, 88-26110, call sign “Jolly 110,” assigned to the 106th Rescue Wing, New York Air National Guard, headed out into a hurricane that would become known as “The Perfect Storm.” Aboard were Major C. David Ruvola, pilot; Captain Graham Buschor, co-pilot; Staff Sergeant James R. … Continue reading 30 October 1991 →
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Dec 10, 2012 · – Aug. 25, 2001: Actress and R&B singer Aaliyah was killed in a plane crash in the Bahamas along with eight others. The twin-engine Cessna went down shortly after takeoff.
Dec 10, 2012 · — June 30, 1954: Gospel singers R.W. Blackwood and Bill Lyles died when the group's private plane crashed in Clanton, Ala. — Feb. 3, 1959: Rock stars Buddy Holly, J.P.
Also in 1985. Several hundreds of thousands of US dollars in publishing royalties are released to the surviving members, and families of the deceased members, of the British music group, Badfinger. Two band members, Pete Ham and Tom Evans, previously committed suicide due to financial problems. Metal Edge magazine is launched.
Died alongside his mechanic Earl Borland in an air crash while attempting to rescue 15 passengers of the Nanuk, a cargo vessel trapped in the ice at North Cape. Dec 20, 1929: Will Kirk Kaynor: 45: Massachusetts U.S. Rep. Near Washington D.C. Military plane: Killed in a military plane crash at Boling Field air base.