It's hard keeping all those Latin lovers strait. I never even heard of Richard Cortez.Dear LORD, George, how could I have made so obvious a mistake?
Hindenburg explodes at Lakehurst New Jersey?~Death came in the night.
Gone With the Wind?~Tomorrow is another day.
Melanie and Scarlett?~Two ladies, courageous.
German Saboteurs? Some other secret regarding the Hindenburg?~More than three secrets.
Hindenburg Survivors dying of their injuries in the Hospital.~Death toll increases by 1/3 after the disaster.
That was quite a holiday Hepburn had too.~She, like Hepburn, was on holiday.
The show told this most tragic story of the Hurricane. This is the one that made me remember it and Miss Hepburn's involvement in the storm.One of the more tragic stories related to the storm was that of the seven children who died after driver Norman Caswell abandoned their school bus while trying to cross a narrow causeway known as Mackerel Cove in Jamestown, Rhode Island. Halfway through the cove, the bus stalled; the children evacuated and formed a human chain, believing they would be safer. The chain broke and the children were washed away, later to be found at various locations along Narragansett Bay. The only survivors were Caswell and Clayton Chellis (whose sister perished and brother chose to ride home with friends instead, saving his life). Caswell was blamed by many in the town for the children's deaths, and never drove the bus again.
That was pretty high class for 1976, Jim. Making Freshmen do push ups dill they dropped and having a party with a beer keg in the wood or at someone's house. All the kids were doing it. Listening to Kiss (Knights In Satan's Service) on the radioAh, and to think they said I was high-class....