It's not often, I think, that one could find a silver lining in something as tragic as a plane crash. But today, I reckon to do just that.
For this story, we're going back to March 11, 1967. A small private plane, a single engine Cessna, took off from an airfield in Portland, Oregon. On board was 54-year-old Alvin Oien Sr., his wife Phyllis, and his teenage stepdaughter. And then it disappeared.
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