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The Mysterious Last Flight of Buddy Holly

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     My guest tonight is GARY W. MOORE.  Mr. Moore is the author of the book: Hey Buddy: In Pursuit of Buddy Holly, My New Buddy John, and My Lost Decade of Music 

     February 3 marked the anniversary of Buddy Holly’s plane crash, one of the most legendary plane crashes in history and one of the “100 Biggest Weather Moments,” according to The Weather Channel. So why should the National Transportation Safety Board reopen the crash investigation now, five decades later? Interview bestselling author Gary Moore, who has a new twist on the tragic crash that killed Buddy, Richie Valens and the Big Bopper, whose deaths were forever immortalized as “The Day the Music Died” in the Don McLean song “American Pie.” Gary will also share funny and moving stories he learned from Buddy’s friends, celebrities, and fans while on his personal journey to discover more about Buddy, his music, his influence, and the times in which he lived. Gary will also share the contact that he recently had with a clairvoyant, who sought him out after Buddy Holly came to her and said that she needed to connect with Gary to “get the truth told.” Gary can share about his numerous conversations with her, what Buddy wants told, and Gary’s mission to unveil the truth. Moore will reveal: - Why the Dwyer Flying Service, who owned the plane, claims the true story behind what happened that fateful night has not yet been told. - A new theory, from a retired NTSB crash investigator, about what really happened in the final minutes of the flight. - The ongoing controversy of whether Buddy Holly’s gun was involved in the tragedy. - Why so many fans still make a pilgrimage to the Iowa cornfield where the crash occurred

website: www.heybuddybook.com

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