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  • Oise, North East of Paris, France
    Sunday Mar 3, 1974
    Plane Accidents

    Turkish Airlines Flight 981

    Oise, North East of Paris, France
    Sunday Mar 3, 1974

    The Turkish Airlines Flight 981, a McDonnell Douglas DC-10, crashed in a forest northeast of Paris, France On March 3, 1974. The London-bound plane crashed shortly after taking off from Orly airport. All 346 people on board died. It was later determined that the cargo door detached, which caused an explosive decompression; this caused the floor just above to collapse. The collapsed floor severed the control cables, which left the pilots without control of the elevators, the rudder, and the second engine. The plane entered a steep dive and crashed. It is currently the deadliest single-aircraft crash with no survivors.




  • London, England, United Kingdom
    Friday Mar 8, 1974
    Freddie Mercury

    Queen II

    London, England, United Kingdom
    Friday Mar 8, 1974

    Mercury also wrote six songs from Queen II which deal with multiple key changes and complex material. "Crazy Little Thing Called Love", on the other hand, contains only a few chords. Although Mercury often wrote very intricate harmonies, he claimed that he could barely read music.




  • Washington, U.S.
    Tuesday Mar 12, 1974
    Ted Bundy

    Donna Gail Manson

    Washington, U.S.
    Tuesday Mar 12, 1974

    During the first half of 1974, female college students disappeared at the rate of about one per month. On March 12, Donna Gail Manson, a 19-year-old student at The Evergreen State College in Olympia, 60 miles (95 km) southwest of Seattle, left her dormitory to attend a jazz concert on campus but never arrived.




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