New Book About Flying Tiger 923 Anticipated in Late 2018!

The late Capt. Murray’s son-in-law, Eric Lindner, recently signed a book contract with Lyons Press to expand on the history of Flying Tiger 923.

Eric has been close to the subject of the demise of Flying Tiger 923 for
some time as he is married to Capt. Murray’s daughter Ellen Murray. They live very near
Ellen’s brother, John, in Virginia.

Eric has already conducted hundreds of interviews with Flight 923 survivors,
and other involved parties, but he’d love to hear from anyone else who might have some knowledge of or insight into the events of Sept. 23, 1962 and what preceded the events of the disaster and the aftermath.

He will greatly appreciate access to any photos or other memorabilia such as Western Union telegrams and letters, of anyone on-board, or involved in the rescue in any way.  He will copy and return them and credit the owner of the material
in the book.

Please note that materials presented for inclusion in the book must be originals, his publisher says.  Unfortunately copies of copies won’t pass editorial muster, quality wise. However the material itself may provide valuable insights or information.

Please feel free to contact Eric directly, via his private email:

ericlindnerprivate@rcn.com

About Fred Caruso

Survivor of the crash of Flying Tiger 923. at night, at sea, 500 miles off the west coast of Ireland, with 28 deaths and 48 survivors, September 23, 1962.
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3 Responses to New Book About Flying Tiger 923 Anticipated in Late 2018!

  1. Eric Lindner says:

    Thanks so much, Fred. But, sorry, my email contains a hyphen, not a dash. I’m sure it was my mistake, not yours! The correct email is:
    ericlindner-private@rcn.com

  2. Theresa Apanel says:

    My husband was one of the survivors of Flying Tiger 123 and was the last person to evacuate the plane. Please send me your email with any questions you might have, and we will answer as best we can.

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