1977 Air Indiana Flight 216
|Air Indiana Flight 216|
|Type 1||plane crash|
|Type 2||Team DCP|
(italic is official story)
|Ty Van Pham|
Air Indiana Flight 216 was a possible DCP plane psyop, taking place on December 13, 1977. The crash occurred on December 13, 1977, at 19:22 CST, when a Douglas DC-3 carrying the University of Evansville basketball team, crashed on takeoff at the Evansville Regional Airport in Indiana. Plane lost control and crashed shortly after lift-off, all 29 people died. David Furr was the remaining member of the team who did not make the trip; he and his brother were killed two weeks later in a car accident.
|• The Air Indiana Flight 216 crash occurred on December 13, 1977, at 19:22 CST, when a Douglas DC-3, registration N51071 carrying the University of Evansville basketball team, crashed on takeoff at the Evansville Regional Airport in Evansville, Indiana.|
• The aircraft "lost control" and crashed shortly after lift-off. The plane was on its way to Nashville International Airport, taking the team to play the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders.
- Don't know, but the rear part of the plane (tail piece) looks huge in photo 1 and much smaller in photo 2?
- If the baggage load in the back was the problem, wouldn't we expect the tail to have crashed (and thus destroyed) first?
- The pilot is blamed, but why take a Vietnamese pilot just after the Vietnam war? Don't laugh: Ty Van Pham.
- The baggage loading was so extreme? With just 29 people on board, would they be so sloppy? The plane weighs a lot compared to the baggage.
- List of victim names looks fishy.
- "Coach and Administrators: UE Comptroller - Charles Shike" - a typo, an Easter Egg or a word I don't know about basketball?
- 19:22 in December is after sunset, so room to stage a scene in some field
- The "remaining one killed by drunk driver" comes across as fishy and final destination-like... Oh, haha, that is actually already said...[MSM 2]