Come on Bill....you know #6 isn't correct. The crew of Delta Flight 1141 (who said they needed to leave something for their families) was discussing the crash of Continental 1713 in Denver (who had discussed the FA's 'dating habits'). In neither case were there "no survivors". So much for that guy fact-checking
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6. Several years ago, a flight crashed shortly after take-off. When authorities recovered the black box, they found that the pilots' last conversation was about the dating habits of the flight attendants working that day. A few years later, two pilots and an off-duty crew member were talking about the details of that tragedy in the cockpit of their own flight just before take-off. They remarked on how hard it must be for families to hear those final words. Shortly after take-off, their own flight crashed, leaving no survivors. The last sentence was, "So we had better make our conversations good for our families." I listened to the black box audio of that flight on the Internet, and am sorry now that I did, as it has haunted me ever since.
Ironically though, I was on that same plane that was flight 1141 a few weeks earlier
The ghost of Eastern Flight 401 should be on that list. When Eastern 401 (an L-1011) crashed in the Everglades, some of the salvaged parts were re-used and installed onto other L-1011's. The crews of the planes which received the parts from 401 reported seeing apparitions of crew members from 401.
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