In the early days of aviation Barnstorming or stunt flying was a major source of entertainment in the US and Canada. A small company of aircraft - single engine open cockpit - and stunt performers would go from rural community to rural community offering spills and thrills to the locals. Many of the pilots were veterans of the World War One and amongst the stunt performers were a fair number of women "dare devils". Here is one of them: Gladys Ingle of the 13 Black Cats a company of flamboyant Los Angeles-based stunt pilots who defied both superstition and the odds on survival in the 1920's.
Out of her mind? Yes!
Sorry to me this is true lunacy.
08 novembre - Santi Quattro Coronati