Free Dinner For Climber George Willig and Tightrope Walker Philippe Petit

George Willig (center) the "Human Fly" who scaled the quarter-mile-tall, 110 story tall World Trade Center on May 26, 1977 discusses his achievement a May 27, 1977 dinner with Philippe Petit, who tightroped across the twin towers of the World Trade Center nearly three years ago. Willig, who was fined $1.10 by the major, one cent for each of the floors he climbed to reach the top, was given a free dinner at the Towers' Windows on the World restaurant.
George Willig (center) the "Human Fly" who scaled the quarter-mile-tall, 110 story tall World Trade Center on May 26, 1977 discusses his achievement a May 27, 1977 dinner with Philippe Petit, who tightroped across the twin towers of the World Trade Center nearly three years ago. Willig, who was fined $1.10 by the major, one cent for each of the floors he climbed to reach the top, was given a free dinner at the Towers' Windows on the World restaurant.
Free Dinner For Climber George Willig and Tightrope Walker Philippe Petit
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