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The true account of the most bizarre, death-defying and prolonged hijacking in the annals of American aviation. Publisher's Weekly said: "...grisly, gripping reading that leaves the reader holding on, but barely."
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ODYSSEY OF TERROR was written by veteran television journalist and Chattanooga native Ed Blair with the help of Captain William R. Haas who served as editor. The 316 page account, including ten pages of photographs, was first published in 1977. It is the most bizarre, death defying and prolonged hijacking in the annals of American aviation. No longer do airline pilots and other readers have to settle for dog-eared copies of the original hard cover edition. A revised and updated Flightbag edition is now available worldwide on Amazon. com's Kindle for $9.99, and in paperback for $14.99. Airline pilots and flight attendants still talk about the November, 1972 hijacking of Southern Airways Flight 49. Captain William R. Haas was at the controls when three armed bandits took over the jetliner and its passengers. Originating at Memphis, the flight's intended destination was Miami with intermediate stops in Birmingham, Montgomery, and Orlando. But the air pirates had a different plan
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