Retracing the path of Continental Flight 11, 50 years after it crashed in Unionville.

Fifty years ago this week, Continental Flight 11 fell out of the sky over Unionville 

Retracing the path of Continental Flight 11, 50 years after it crashed in Unionville.

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"It makes me happy to think of how happy he would have been on that flight home," she says. "That was his dream job. Of course, I still miss him, but he gave me two wonderful children, and that's the main thing."

The envelope is from Life magazine. Inside are pictures taken to accompany that never-published article — black-and-white images of Joanne, posed with a scrapbook on her lap, her two children leaning against her and smiling at the camera from a living room couch. There's a shot of a teenage Dale, a photo yellowed with age. And there's a copy of the crash report. She keeps it all together. Her record of Flight 11, the plane that fell off the radar.

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