Jane Wicker

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Stunt performer, pilot killed in Ohio air show crash

23 June 2013 | 12:17 am By Eric M. Johnson (Reuters) – A woman performing a wing-walking stunt and her pilot were killed on Saturday when their biplane crashed and burst into flames while doing aerobatics at an air show in Ohio, organizers of the event said. Veteran stuntwoman Jane Wicker and her pilot, Charlie Schwenker, died when their Boeing Stearman crashed around 1 p.m. EDT (1700 GMT) at the Vectren Dayton Air … http://news.yahoo.com/stunt-performer-pilot-killed-ohio-air-show-crash-001701014.html

Horrific stunt plane crash at Ohio air show kills wing walker, pilot

23 June 2013 | 12:11 am A biplane carrying a wing-walker an aerial daredevil who traverses the length of an aircraft during flight crashed into a field and burst into a ball of flames during an air show in Ohio, killing the stunt performer and the pilot, organizers of the event said.Jane Wicker and her veteran pilot, Charles Schwenker, were killed after their biplane slammed into the ground just before 1 p.m. Sat … http://feeds.nbcnews.com/c/35002/f/653378/s/2da85bb6/l/0Lusnews0Bnbcnews0N0C0Inews0C20A130C0A60C220C190A9160A70Ehorrific0Estunt0Eplane0Ecrash0Eat0Eohio0Eair0Eshow0Ekills0Ewing0Ewalker0Epilot0Dlite/story01.htm

Wing walker Jane Wicker killed in Ohio air show crash along with pilot

23 June 2013 | 12:06 am A Dayton, Ohio air show took a tragic turn on Saturday (June 22) when a plane carrying wing walker Jane Wicker and pilot Charlie Schwenker crashed and exploded into flames at just after noon at the Dayton International Airport. http://blog.zap2it.com/pop2it/2013/06/wing-walker-jane-wicker-killed-in-ohio-air-show-crash-along-with-pilot.html

<b>Jane Wicker</b> wing walker died today in a plane crash click to <b>…</b>

22 June 2013 | 11:59 pm Pilot, stunt walker killed in plane crash at Ohio air show, authorities say Published June 22, 2013 | Associated Press DAYTON, Ohio A plane carrying a wing […] http://gretawire.foxnewsinsider.com/2013/06/22/jane-wicker-wing-walker-died-today-in-a-plane-crash-click-to-see-her-tweet-yesterday/

'Wing Walking' performer and pilot killed after plane crashes during <b>…</b>

22 June 2013 | 9:46 pm WDTN-TV reported that Jane Wicker and pilot Charlie Schwenker's aircraft appeared to be flying too low when a wing clipped the ground leading to the crash, around 12:46 p.m. local time. The plane rolled on the ground … http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/06/22/wing-walking-performer-and-pilot-killed-after-plane-crashes-during-air-show/

LadiesLoveTaildraggers | Sad sad news. We'll miss you <b>Jane Wicker</b>.

22 June 2013 | 9:35 pm It broke my heart to learn Jane Wicker and her pilot, Kirk Wicker, were both tragically killed today while performing at the Dayton Airshow. Something terribly wrong happened with the airplane is my assumption, after watching … http://www.ladieslovetaildraggers.com/blog/sad-sad-news-well-miss-you-jane-wicker/

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10 Responses to Jane Wicker

  • Irish1536 says:

    Favorite Book Couples? What are some of your favorite book couples???

    My top Five:

    1. Scarlett and Rhett (Gone with the Wind)

    2. Ron and Hermione (Harry Potter)

    3. Will and Tessa (Infernal Devices)

    4. Noah and Allie (The Notebook)

    5. Luce and Daniel (Fallen Series)

    • Curator says:

      Mulholland Drive
      Lost Highway
      Wilby Park
      Wicker Park (2 different movies with similar names)
      What Ever Happened to Baby Jane
      Amazon Falls
      Black Swan
      The Machinist
      Vanilla Sky
      The Number 23

      What Ever Happened to Baby Jane is much older but a great depiction of dark obsession.

    • Curator says:

      My must have movies include

      Total Recall (original)
      Dark City
      The Illusionist
      Mulholland Drive
      Lost Highway
      Wilby Park
      The Mummy
      The Mummy Returns
      Vanilla Sky
      The Machinist
      The Number 23
      Donnie Darko
      Black Swan
      Method (with Elizabeth Hurley)
      Pulse (with Madeline Stowe and Misha Barton)
      Martha Marcy May Marlene
      Inland Empire
      Lonely Hearts
      Color of Night
      Ice Age (all of them)
      What Ever Happened to Baby Jane
      Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me
      Wicker Park
      In the Mouth of Madness
      The Unknown Woman
      The Hunger

  • Sarah says:

    Anyone Know Any Good Poems? Does anyone know any good poems about depression, im in the mood for a good cry, that usually gets me going. (its how i vent)

    • Curator says:

      This is the best poem on depression I’ve ever read:

      Having it Out with Melancholy by Jane Kenyon

      If many remedies are prescribed for an illness, you may be certain that the illness has no cure.
      A. P. CHEKHOV The Cherry Orchard


      When I was born, you waited
      behind a pile of linen in the nursery,
      and when we were alone, you lay down
      on top of me, pressing
      the bile of desolation into every pore.

      And from that day on
      everything under the sun and moon
      made me sad — even the yellow
      wooden beads that slid and spun
      along a spindle on my crib.

      You taught me to exist without gratitude.
      You ruined my manners toward God:
      “We’re here simply to wait for death;
      the pleasures of earth are overrated.”

      I only appeared to belong to my mother,
      to live among blocks and cotton undershirts
      with snaps; among red tin lunch boxes
      and report cards in ugly brown slipcases.
      I was already yours — the anti-urge,
      the mutilator of souls.

      2 BOTTLES

      Elavil, Ludiomil, Doxepin,
      Norpramin, Prozac, Lithium, Xanax,
      Wellbutrin, Parnate, Nardil, Zoloft.
      The coated ones smell sweet or have
      no smell; the powdery ones smell
      like the chemistry lab at school
      that made me hold my breath.


      You wouldn’t be so depressed
      if you really believed in God.

      4 OFTEN

      Often I go to bed as soon after dinner
      as seems adult
      (I mean I try to wait for dark)
      in order to push away
      from the massive pain in sleep’s
      frail wicker coracle.


      Once, in my early thirties, I saw
      that I was a speck of light in the great
      river of light that undulates through time.

      I was floating with the whole
      human family. We were all colors — those
      who are living now, those who have died,
      those who are not yet born. For a few

      moments I floated, completely calm,
      and I no longer hated having to exist.

      Like a crow who smells hot blood
      you came flying to pull me out
      of the glowing stream.
      “I’ll hold you up. I never let my dear
      ones drown!” After that, I wept for days.

      6 IN AND OUT

      The dog searches until he finds me
      upstairs, lies down with a clatter
      of elbows, puts his head on my foot.

      Sometimes the sound of his breathing
      saves my life — in and out, in
      and out; a pause, a long sigh. . . .

      7 PARDON

      A piece of burned meat
      wears my clothes, speaks
      in my voice, dispatches obligations
      haltingly, or not at all.
      It is tired of trying
      to be stouthearted, tired
      beyond measure.

      We move on to the monoamine
      oxidase inhibitors. Day and night
      I feel as if I had drunk six cups
      of coffee, but the pain stops
      abruptly. With the wonder
      and bitterness of someone pardoned
      for a crime she did not commit
      I come back to marriage and friends,
      to pink fringed hollyhocks; come back
      to my desk, books, and chair.

      8 CREDO

      Pharmaceutical wonders are at work
      but I believe only in this moment
      of well-being. Unholy ghost,
      you are certain to come again.

      Coarse, mean, you’ll put your feet
      on the coffee table, lean back,
      and turn me into someone who can’t
      take the trouble to speak; someone
      who can’t sleep, or who does nothing
      but sleep; can’t read, or call
      for an appointment for help.

      There is nothing I can do
      against your coming.
      When I awake, I am still with thee.


      High on Nardil and June light
      I wake at four,
      waiting greedily for the first
      note of the wood thrush. Easeful air
      presses through the screen
      with the wild, complex song
      of the bird, and I am overcome

      by ordinary contentment.
      What hurt me so terribly
      all my life until this moment?
      How I love the small, swiftly
      beating heart of the bird
      singing in the great maples;
      its bright, unequivocal eye.

    • Curator says:

      Hmm. This is open ended so I’ll give you some movies that I really like
      Mulholland Drive
      Lost Highway
      Wilby Park
      The Number 23
      Vanilla Sky
      The Machinist
      Donnie Darko
      In the Mouth of Madness
      Dark City
      Total Recall (original)
      What Ever Happened to Baby Jane
      The Unknown Woman
      La India Maria movies (series)
      Method with Elizabeth Hurley
      Pulse with Madeline Stowe
      Wicker Park
      Color of Night
      Young Adult
      Silent House
      Martha Marcy May Marlene
      The Virgin Suicides
      Deadline (with Brittany Murphy)
      The Devil’s Curse
      Ghost Town
      Dark Corners
      Shattered Lives
      A Haunting in Connecticut
      The Descent
      Black Swan
      The Woodlanders
      Gone to Seed
      The Illusionist
      Southland Tales
      Shock Labryhth
      The Hunger
      The Linguini Incident
      Ed Wood

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