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The Ghost of Flight 401 (Anglais)


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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa1c8f414) étoiles sur 5 92 commentaires
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HASH(0xa1bc52b8) étoiles sur 5 Don Repo was my uncle 25 juin 2009
Par Donald K. Watson, Jr. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
My name is Don and Don Repo ("Big Don") was my uncle. If you could overlay his personality within this book, you would realize what an unusual person he was. He loved everyone and everything and seemingly went through life w/o a care in the world.

Both my Mom and I were interviewed by John Fuller along with many others I'm sure.

The book not only accurately tells the events of the crash as a book unto itself, he became fasinated with the "Ghost" and included it in much of the book.

It is a fasinating story to read and once you begin you'll not put it down.

Read the book, but forget the movie. Ernest Borgnine who played "Big Don's" character was a very poor choice.

Read the book and enjoy. Non-believers in ghosts will scratch their heads over this one.
Don Watson
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HASH(0xa1bcc894) étoiles sur 5 EXCELLENT.... DO NOT READ ALONE! 26 avril 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
I have read just about every non-fiction ghost story available and this book with a few exceptions is by far one of the most entertaining. I care not that there is no solid evidence, just that this was a pure flight into the unkown (excuse the pun)! John Fuller (the author) takes us back to 1972, that fateful night when flight 401 to Miami never reaches its destination. I felt as thought I was on that plane. Every detail, sound and devastating emotion is teased with such horrific suspence and waiting, waiting for that final moment of impact. After the tradgedy of the crash start coming the reports from bewildered flight attendents and crew who claim to be experiencing vivid images relating to the deceased crew of the crash. These accounts are of a truly terrorfying nature and are portrayed with desperate sincerity. If you are a fan of TRUE ghost stories BUY THIS BOOK. You will not regret it!
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HASH(0xa1bcc600) étoiles sur 5 Very Spooky, But Don't Expect Amityville-like Horror 11 octobre 2010
Par Rhonda Poynter - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche Achat vérifié
I really enjoyed this book, and I end up having to replace my copy every few years. As other reviewers note, this is the nonfiction story of Eastern Flight 401, which crashed in the Everglades back in 1972. After the fact, pieces of the plane and equipment from it were salvaged to use on other planes; almost immediately, passengers and airline employees began reporting paranormal events. While a few of the sightings had to do with Captain Bob Loft (died from his injuries before being removed from the cockpit), the majority of them centered around Second Officer Don Repo (who lingered for thirteen hours before succumbing to his injuries). Some were as minor as a brief feeling of uneasiness; others went off the charts by having a fully formed human shape of Bob Loft sit in a seat (witnessed by all onboard, whom also witnessed the apparition simply disappearing) to Don Repo being seated in the cockpit when the pilot came on for the flight. Don announced, "Don't worry about the flight check; I've already done it." He then, in front of the pilot and a witness, disappeared. This book follows the author's attempts to validate these many events, through everything from simple interviews to using a Ouija board - on which, it seems, Don Repo came through quite clearly. While there are no glowing eyes, blood oozing from the walls, etc. in this book, there is enough 'creepiness' to make you feel like you just may be reading something based in fact, rather than an individual sitting down and throwing everything at the wall, and seeing what sticks. What struck me as interesting was that John G. Fuller seemed to set out to write a book respectful of the witnesses and stories, and he did a commendable job. I am a believer in paranormal matters, and so I found myself accepting that the events related could occur - if you are a non-believer, I'm not sure this book is strong enough in proof, names of witnesses, etc. to change your mind. Ironically enough, the pages I was least fond of were the ones when Don Repo is coming through on the Ouija; I have written a great deal on that subject, and the answers from Don (with apologies, if I'm being a jerk) seem to be too close to generic, unimportant things to impress me much. I guess I figure if Don came all that way, he'd probably have something more pressing to say than what the author relates to the reader -, but maybe I'm just being picky. And here's the rub - I do believe that it was Don on the Ouija, I just am not certain that he got to say what he wanted to say, if that makes sense. In the end, do I believe this story? Yes. I was very young when the crash occurred, and this was a very long time before instant viral info on the web, and I still heard about the ghost, Flight 401, etc (we traveled a great deal). Did I miss howling screams of terror and walls oozing blood in this book? No. It's quiet, organized and makes its' point without all that stuff. Lastly, you just may find yourself wondering, long after finishing this book, what became of Don Repo's family, whether they ever heard from him again, and if he went toward that light knowing nothing really ends. That's a good book, then, and despite a couple very small irks with it, I think that it deserves 5 stars.
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HASH(0xa1bcc744) étoiles sur 5 The Real Truth about Flight 401 - I know it is true here's my story 5 mars 2006
Par Chou Chou Renate - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
This book is about ghostly encounters of the crew from Eastern Airlines Flight 401 that crashed in 1972, in the Florida Everglades . There were 101 people killed in the crash, most were killed immediately but a few died a little later of their injuries.

The airline salvaged the galley equipment from the plane. I know this is a fact because the infrared oven on Flight 401 was made by my ex husband's former company, Foster Refrigerator (formerly of Hudson, New York). The salvaged infrered oven was cleaned, tested and reinstalled in a new airplane that was built.

In 1982, my teenage son was working a summer clean-up detail for my ex-husband at the Foster plant in Hudson. In the far end of the then mostly deserted plant, my son found some old equipment covered in wood, plastic and tarps; a new looking infrared oven. Since, I had tested a prototype home version of their infrared oven with much success and begged to keep it; my son came home and suggested I get my husband to bring the unit home for me to use.

When I told to my ex-husband that my son had found an infrared oven in the warehouse and asked if he could he bring it home for me; I was told the incredulous story of Flight 401 and the haunting of the newer plane that utilized the scavenged oven from Flight 401. Of course, I did not believe the story and thought my ex was just making excuses not to bring the oven home or trying to pull a joke on me. I called my best friend, whose husband was corporate treasurer of Foster Refrigerator. She had never heard the story but they had only been married a year. When her husband came home she asked him about the oven in the warehouse; without saying anything else. Her husband then told her the same exact story about the oven and the hauntings that my husband had told me.

Although, then CEO of Eastern, Frank Borman, wanted everyone to belive the ghost stories were Cr*p and a bunch of lies; the truth is that the stories of the two dead pilots from Flight 401 haunting the new plane were completely true.

Eventually, (after several sightings of the pilot and co-pilot from flight 401 on the newer plane)the Foster infrared oven was pulled off the plane when three flight attendants saw the ghostly pilot in the oven while they were trying to serve a meal to passengers. They called the pilot of the plane and he saw the apparition too. At that point, Eastern got rid of the oven.

I do not know if the book mentions what happened to the oven but the oven was removed from the plane and sent back to Foster Refrigerator, where it sat in a remote part of the warehouse, covered up and unused for many years thereafter. I am certain no one ever used the oven again.

I think it is key to remember here that this was an infrared oven and if you recall most ghostly activites recorded by researchers involve infrared technology. Something about infrared and ghosts.......something bizarre, supernatural and totally true.
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HASH(0xa1bd2b64) étoiles sur 5 The Ghost Of Flight 401 29 septembre 2005
L'évaluation d'un enfant - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
This book is about an airplane, most known as Flight 401, that crashed into the Florida Everglades. The plane crash killed 101 passengers and crew. Suddenly, months later, the ghosts of its pilot and flight engineer began to appear on sister ships.

Airline employees was scared to tell the reporter, John Fuller, about what they have been seeing, because they was scared of being hunted. Finally, they came forth and told the most astonishing story in history.I really recommend you to read this book , if you like to solve mysteries.
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