Flying on airplanes can be scary. On April 4, 1979 TWA Flight 841 from New York to Minneapolis was flying at 39,000 feet on autopilot when it unexpectedly made a steep roll to the right and fell 31,000 feet in 63 seconds. The pilots regained control, the plane landed, and no one died. But the aftermath was in some ways scarier. Steve interviews Emilio Corsetti III, author of Scapegoat: A Flight Crew’s Journey from Heroes to Villains to Redemption.