Regionally Speaking

Lessons From 60 Year Of Lake Michigan Plane Crash

Share Tweet Email

March 18, 12014

As authorities search for the cause of a the crash of a Malaysian airliner, we’ll look at one of the greatest aviation mysteries of in the US. Researchers are taking another look at an airliner lost on Lake Michigan in 1950, which has never been found.

This winter has been particularly hard on wildlife. We look at why ducks have begun washing up on shore along Lake Michigan and around the Great Lakes.

Guests include:

Adam Phelps, a waterfowl specialist with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources

Valerie Vanheest, author of “Fatal Crossing,” and director of the Michigan Shipwreck Research Association




Leave a Comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This Page:

* Required Fields