Just in from watching a tepid game of lawn bowling on a humid Oakland green, on Fox News, the moment my screen appeared, Shep Smith revealed why:
During the 1940s, in Akron, Ohio, the entire troupe fell from the wire, but none were killed.
A reporter, at the time, said they fell so gracefully, that he called them the “flying wallendas”
Any truth to that?. And if so, why heretofore have none of those in-the-know out there come forward with this? I’ve heard a few reasons, but this one is new to me.
And to you?