Stewardess Who Survived Plunge From 33,000 Feet Dies At 66

The occult numerology was too much to ignore with this news story. This stewardess allegedly survived a plane explosion in the air sending her 33,000 feet to the ground. Now this woman who is in the Guinness Book of World Records for such a feat is allegedly dead at 66.

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Vesna Vulovic, a Serbian stewardess who miraculously survived a plunge from 33,000 feet after her plane exploded in mid-air in 1972, has died. She was 66.

Serbia’s state TV said Saturday Vulovic was found dead by her friends in her apartment in Belgrade. The cause of death was not immediately known.

Vulovic was working as a Yugoslav Airlines flight attendant on Jan. 26, 1972, when the Douglas DC-9 airliner she was aboard blew up high above the snowy mountain ranges of Czechoslovakia. All 27 other passengers and crew aboard perished.

Vulovic entered the Guinness Book of Records in 1985 for “the highest fall survived without a parachute.”

Source: Vesna Vulovic, stewardess who survived jet crash in 1972, dies in Belgrade | CBS News

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