The now famous German airship, the Hindenburg, burst into flames and crashed in New Jersey on May 6th, 1937. I know that date. I’ve known it for years. Decades, actually. And I still knew it in 2016, when I was writing The Tangled Rose (Book 4 of my Time Rose series). Some of you, however, might have come across a copy giving the year as 1938. I apologize for that. Editing was occurring at a trying time in our family, and it slipped past me. It has since been corrected.
There was another error in that version, too. When Paige puts a pillow under Jack’s feet to elevate an injury. Since the injury was to his arm, it should, of course, have gone under that limb instead. My only excuse for that one is that I originally planned the injury to have been to the leg and must have still had that in mind when doing that passage. Again, I apologize, and again, it has since been corrected.
The last survivor of the Hindenburg disaster was only eight years old on that fateful day.