Aeronautics: Green Hell

In the wild matted undergrowth of the Colombian jungle, infested with insects and savages, lurks Death in terrifying form. From "Green Hell" few lone white men come out alive. Fortnight ago five Goigira Indians, canoeing up the Uribe River near where a missing Trans-Andean airliner was believed to have crashed several weeks before, saw floating in the water a necktie, then a shirt. Further upstream they found the decomposing body of a man, sitting upright on the river bank. Continuing they came upon the twisted wreckage of an airliner, entombing two more bodies....

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