This happened a few days ago on 1/24, but I haven't seen a thread on this crash. This article was just published with a little more detail than the early reports that came out the day of the crash. https://www.paysonroundup.com/news/...cle_2122acca-4dd9-50e0-80fa-9ed6fa5724ba.html My sister has a connection with man that was killed, and she was peppering me with a bunch of questions last night about aviation in general. I took her flying to the Payson airport a while back. This makes me think about the responsibility we have to our passengers. It is likely that the man killed did not fully appreciate the risk he was taking flying with a private pilot, low over mountainous terrain, so they could scout for wildlife.