History’s Mysteries: Who Killed the Red Barron?
1 session, 2.5 hours
The official credit went to Canadian Captain Roy Brown, but did he really do it? Ballistics evidence, detailed flight paths, and eyewitness testimony all very clearly point to the only man who could have made that incredible, long-range shot.
This fascinating series explores actual scientific evidence in some of history’s most intriguing mysteries. Leave it to retired military intelligence officer and aerospace scientist Warren Gray to dig into these cases – some of them centuries old – examining photos, official documents, eyewitness report and deathbed confessions to discover what really happened. Focus is on late-breaking, solid, factual evidence to shed light on these enduring mysteries.
Instructor: Warren Gray is a retired Air Force intelligence officer with experience in special operations and counter-terrorism, and an avid interest in historical mysteries. He earned 22 military medals and four college degrees, including a Master of Aeronautical Science degree, and has authored seven published historical novels. He has instructed fighter pilots, military commanders, civilian dignitaries, senior NATO officers, students of all ages, and various public audiences on a wide range of topics. Warren’s engaging teaching style and visually rich presentations offer unique insights and shed light into the dim corners of history.
ILR756 History’s Mysteries: Who Killed the Red Barron?
4-digit #: 6073
Thursdays, Oct. 29 – Nov. 12, 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. and
Monday, 9:30 am – Noon, Sept. 19
Location: FCC Conference Center/E123