An Interactive Story on the Lockerbie Bombing

A field of notebooks. Two cassette tapes. Thirty-six cents. These are gadgets filmmaker Ken Dornstein has stored since his brother’s loss of life within the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland. It was a unprecedented strategy to lose a cherished one, however Ken’s tales about this assortment provide an exploration of loss that’s way more common. Click on under to start:


Michelle Mizner

Michelle Mizner, Collection Producer & Editor, FRONTLINE

Chris Amico

Chris Amico, Former Interactive Editor

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