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'''Nick Begich''' was a US congressman.
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'''Nick Begich''' was a US congressman presumed dead after vanishing in Alaska.
  
 
==Death?==
 
==Death?==
On October 16, 1972, he and [[House Majority Leader]] [[Hale Boggs]], of [[Louisiana]], were two of the four men on board a twin engine [[Cessna 310]] when the [[plane]] disappeared during a flight from Anchorage to [[Juneau, Alaska|Juneau]]. Also on board were Begich's aide, Russell Brown, and the pilot, Don Jonz.<ref name=FamousMissing>{{cite web|accessdate=April 15, 2007
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On October 16, 1972, he and [[House Majority Leader]] [[Hale Boggs]] (a prominent critic of the [[JFK Assassination official narrative]]), were two of the four men on board a twin engine [[Cessna 310]] when the [[plane]] disappeared during a flight from Anchorage to [[Juneau, Alaska|Juneau]]. Also on board were Begich's aide, Russell Brown, and the pilot, Don Jonz.<ref name=FamousMissing>{{cite web|accessdate=April 15, 2007
 
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|title=Hale Boggs — Missing in Alaska |work=Famous Missing Aircraft
 
|title=Hale Boggs — Missing in Alaska |work=Famous Missing Aircraft

Latest revision as of 02:09, 14 July 2019

Person.png Nick Begich  Rdf-icon.png
BornNicholas Joseph Begich
1932-04-06
Eveleth, Minnesota
Died1972-10-16 (Age 40)
Alaska
Cause of death
plane crash
Alma materSt. Cloud State University, University of Minnesota, University of Colorado, University of North Dakota
Children • Mark
• Nichelle
• Stephanie
• Tom
• Paul
• Nick
SpousePegge Begich
Victim ofpremature death
PartyDemocratic
A US congressman whose small plane disappeared without trace in Alaska, together with Hale Boggs and two other men.

Nick Begich was a US congressman presumed dead after vanishing in Alaska.

Death?

On October 16, 1972, he and House Majority Leader Hale Boggs (a prominent critic of the JFK Assassination official narrative), were two of the four men on board a twin engine Cessna 310 when the plane disappeared during a flight from Anchorage to Juneau. Also on board were Begich's aide, Russell Brown, and the pilot, Don Jonz.[1] The four were heading to a campaign fundraiser for Begich. All four were presumed to have died in the crash of a light aircraft in Alaska in 1972; their bodies were never found.

6 April 1932|16 October 1972|


References

  1. "Hale Boggs — Missing in Alaska". Famous Missing Aircraft. Check-Six. Retrieved April 15, 2007.Page Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css must have content model "Sanitized CSS" for TemplateStyles (current model is "Scribunto").


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