||1981 At-Risk Survivor: Plane Stupid
Phoenix Field airport had been subject to recurring petty thefts from neighborhood teenagers, so a security firm was retained to patrol the grounds. Thefts decreased sharply, but fuel consumption was on the rise. This puz
||2017 Darwin Award: Flat Hatting Pilots
Flying home from a week-long Naval event that included Low Altitude Awareness Training, two experienced military pilots traded off at the controls while 'flat hatting' at low altitude and high speed...
||2008 Darwin Award: Low Flying Drunks
Canada | Sleeping residents of Chilliwack were awakened by the sound of a small aircraft flying lower than usual. The engine noise was like a mosquito, zooming too close too quick, then veering away. What the bleep was going on...? Darwin Award: Low Flying Drunks: Canada | Sleeping residents of Chilliwack were awakened by the sound of a small aircraft flying lower than usual. The engine noise was like a mosquito, zooming too close too quick, then veering away. What the bleep was going on...?
||1999 At-Risk Survivor: Stupid Criminal Tricks
These are random snippets collected from emails over the past decade. Their origins and veracity are unknown. Seattle: When a man attempted to siphon gasoline
||2004 Darwin Award: 4-1-0 Club
When Peter and Jesse wanted to see what their new ride could do, like many young men, they got more than they bargained for. It was all fun and games until the vehicle stalled. In most cases this wouldn
||2000 Darwin Award: Home Grown Chute
We all enjoy learning from the past. Let's reflect back to November 24, 1971, when a gentleman in a dark suit and briefcase boards a Northwest Orient Airlines flight in Portland. He sits in seat 18F and passes a n