"It's the lousy drink," he said, summing things up.
December 4, 2013 11:20 AM Subscribe
On September 20, 1956, just before the bars closed at 3 a.m., a single-engine plane landed
on St. Nicholas Avenue near 191st Street in northern Manhattan. Behind the stick was 26-year-old Tommy Fiztpatrick, who pulled off the no-lights, no-radio "feat of aeronautics" while (allegedly) drunk to (allegedly) win a bar bet. Two years later, when a fellow patron called his story into question, Fitzpatrick did it again