Coffee With Jeff #123: Sabotage – The Story of an Air Disaster

30 mins - Published Sun, Apr 2, 2017 by Jeff Kelley

On March 28, 1933, a plane called “City of Liverpool” crashed killing all aboard. There is some question, even today, on whether this was just a horrible accident, caused by a careless smoker, or if it was a deliberate act of sabotage by a dentist named Dr. Albert Voss. Today is both, the story of the tragedy and my search to find out what happened.

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