This photo shows the Hindenburg airship bursting into flames on May 6, 1937 at Lakehurst, New Jersey. 97 were aboard the Hindenberg with a total of 36 being killed including 13 passengers, 22 of the crew and one member of the ground crew.
The airship Hindenburg was running late the day of the disaster or many more may have been killed. Specators were barred from the mooring mast location so the ship could be prepared immediately upon landing for its return trip to Europe.
Radio reporter Herbert Morrison was describing the landing of the Hindenburg when it burst into flames. Morrison was understandably overcome with emotion as he described the fiery scene.
Radio reporter Herbert Morrison giving an eyewitness account of the Hindenburg disaster.
Evel Knievel before his takeoff in his attempt to cross Snake River Canyon on September 8 of 1974.
Evel Knievel tells about his attempt to cross the Snake River Canyon and the video shows the events of that day.
Bill Monroe is considered the father of bluegrass music which reportedly started in the 1940's.
Bill Monroe singing Blue Moon of Kentucky in 1980.
The Osborne Brothers were the first to sing Rocky Top and are shown singing the song associated with the Tennessee Vols in 1967.
Jim and Jesse singing When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold in 1977.
Ralph Stanley and Patty Loveless singing Pretty Polly.
Rhonda Vincent singing All American Bluegrass Girl in 2008.
Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs playing Foggy Mountain Breakdown from 1965.