A man looks at a newspaper clipping of the ill-fated Pacific Air Lines flight 773 that crashed into a hillside off Camino Tassajara, during the
A man looks at a newspaper clipping of the ill-fated Pacific Air Lines flight 773 that crashed into a hillside off Camino Tassajara, during the "Mystery in the Sky: The Crash of Flight 773" exhibit held at the Museum of the San Ramon Valley in Danville, Calif., on Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2014. Capt. Ernie Clark, and Co-pilot Ray Andress were shot by a suicidal passenger and killed while piloting a Fairchild F-27 from Reno to San Francisco, claiming the lives of 44 people just east of San Ramon on May 7, 1964. (Doug Duran/Bay Area News Group)