In July 1928, multi-millionaire Alfred Loewenstein boarded his aircraft with six others to travel from England to Brussels. While flying over the English Channel, Loewenstein tragically fell from the airplane. Did Lowenstein stumble out accidentally? Did he jump? Or was he pushed from his own aircraft?
“The Man Who Fell From the Sky is the best piece of investigative journalism I've seen since Watergate. . . Norris is a fine writer, a competent journalist, and a talented investigator.” —Dr. Bob Rich, The Blue Iris Journal
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