Painting Solves Mystery of World War II's Pilot's Disappearance

Lt. John Ramsay was an intelligence officer with a love of painting during World War II. He was sketching a Corsair plane about to take off from the Solomon Islands when Herman Spoede climbed into the cockpit. "I'll give this to you when you come back," Ramsay told Spoede, whose name he didn't know. The young pilot never returned. Nearly 70 years later, thanks to the curiosity of two generations of Ramsays and the web site of a military researcher, Herman Spoede's family finally received the...Full Story
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