Flight 23 was America’s first air terrorist attack

And for 85 years has remained unsolved

AP photo of the aftermath of Boeing Flight 23 crash, Chesterton, Indiana. October 10, 1933

Chesterton, Indiana farmers Joseph Graf, Marion Arndt and John Lichinski were playing cards at Graf’s home on Route 1 just outside of town at about 9:00 p.m. on October 10, 1933 when they heard a “terrific explosion” which sounded to them like a bomb. They rushed outside and saw an airplane in the sky about 100…

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Anti-death penalty advocate, cultural archaeologist, “American Grotesk” historyteller and author of 11 books. More at www.dalebrumfield.net.

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Dale M. Brumfield

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Anti-death penalty advocate, cultural archaeologist, “American Grotesk” historyteller and author of 11 books. More at www.dalebrumfield.net.

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