On July 2, 1955, Douglas DC-4 flight 914, carrying 57 passengers, departed from New York City Airport with the intended destination of Miami, Florida. The flight was expected to last several hours, but it never reached its planned destination. Surprisingly, on March 9, 1985, the aircraft reappeared on the Caracas radar.
The pilot’s voice could be heard on the radar expressing concern as the plane taxied in. Airport ground personnel witnessed passengers pressed against the windows, shouting in shock as they gazed at the unfamiliar world outside.
Just before veering the aircraft onto the runway and promptly taking off in a simulated landing, the pilot reportedly dropped a calendar out of the window...See More