This photograph from 1919, taken by retired RAF officer Sir Victor Goddard, shows his squadron from the Royal Navy air base HMS Daedalus (apparently the British tended to name their air bases as if they were ships). Notice the transparent face peering around the man in the upper left corner of the photo. Several men from this squadron identified the face as belonging to mechanic Freddy Jackson, who had been killed two days earlier when he accidentally walked into a spinning propeller blade. His funeral had taken place earlier that day. Apparently, Freddy didn’t want to miss all the fun.