Down Around Midnight

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Robert Sabbag survived the crash of Air New England flight 248, which went down on Cape Cod on June 17, 1979. Down Around Midnight: A Memoir of Crash and Survival is his account of what happened that night and the lasting emotional repercussions of the crash for him and his fellow passengers.


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Comments [4]


book looks great, thanks for the show

Jun. 17 2009 01:12 PM
Catherine from Rockville Centre

@Gary - couldn't disagree more. I am thoroughly intrigued. Give the guy a break!

Jun. 17 2009 12:58 PM
the truth from bkny

Nope, not claustrophia, and it is not fear of flying, it is a serious case of fear of crashing but I do it anyways.

Jun. 17 2009 12:57 PM
Gary from UWS

I think this guy should stick to writing and not public speaking. I have to turn the radio off now. I, eh, can't, eh... uhm... stand listening eh, eh, uhm, eh... to eh... him eh, uhm... speak.

Jun. 17 2009 12:52 PM

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