One Man’s Journey After the Bombing of Pan Am Flight 103

Sharing here the link to an article written by a Philadelphia Inquirer reporter on December 21, 1993, the day ground was broken at Arlington National Cemetery for the building of The Lockerbie Cairn that would memorialize the 270 souls lost on Flight 103, when it was destroyed by a terrorist bomb attack on December 21, 1988.

David O’Reilly’s article tells mostly the story of one man’s journey after the bombing, yet it also illustrates the greater bonding of human souls forged in shared grief and tragedy.

“The Women of Lockerbie,” a 90-minute play loosely based on stories from the aftermath of the bombing of Flight 103, can be seen this weekend at the Allen County Public Library. The production is presented by all for One productions, inc. For ticket information and times, click here.

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