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October 28 , 2009

The Betty G's Gold


There was no name on the C-46 but the ground and flight crews who flew the Hump called her the Betty G. The airplane was identified by a painting of a scantily clad female on the left side of the nose that resembled Betty Grable.

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In 1944, the Betty G encountered severe turbulence and crashed into the side of a mountain—there were no survivors. The wreckage was located in an uncharted area and attempts to reach the site were futile. Rumors circulated that gold coins for Chiang Kai-shek's payroll were aboard.

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