Oklahoma Oklahoma City bombing assassinations Plane crashes
See: Terrance Yeakey Mike Loudenslager Chumley, Don
THE OKLAHOMA CITY BOMBING: ONE BY ONE... PEOPLE WHO SAW TOO MUCH, PEOPLE WHO KNEW TOO MUCH...WERE MURDERED Jack Colvert, Jackie Majors and Buddy Youngblood had also been at the Murrah Building that morning. Each saw Mike Loudenslager alive and well after the bombing. They're all dead. So are Dr. H. Don Chumley and Officer Terry Yeakey. As are, it is now said, about thirty people who either knew too much, or asked too many questions. ..."The thing that's odd to me is that Don was perfectly healthy," said Shaun Jones, Chumley's step-son. "He was talking to the tower, and from one minute to the next he just went straight smack down into the ground." Investigators said they could find no evidence of an explosion at the macabre scene. Chumley's throttle was still set at cruise, and his gear and flaps were up. The FAA inspector stated there were "no anomalies with the engine or the airframe," and "pathological examination of the pilot did not show any pre-existing condition that could have contributed to the accident." "Everything was fine, he was in the air for 15 minutes, he was climbing, he had just asked permission to go from six to seven thousand feet. They tracked him on the screen at 6,900 feet, and the radar technician said he saw him on the radar, then he looked back and he was gone, and the plane came straight, straight down. I mean, no attempt to land... nothing, just straight down."