It's not the first time it's happened, but the story is a shocker. Teenager Delvonte Tisdale, a participant in the Civil Air Patrol who probably should have known better, apparently stowed away in the wheel well of a Boeing 737 airliner headed from his hometown of Charlotte, North Carolina, to Boston. His remains were found on a side street in Milton, Massachusetts, at about the location where the 737 would have lowered its gear for landing on Runway 4 at Boston Logan Airport. At first, police believed the 16-year-old had been murdered, but later theorized that he had somehow breached security to climb into the wheel well. Tisdale was last seen Nov. 15 at about 1 a.m. in Charlotte, and his body was discovered in Milton less than 24 hours later at about 7 p.m. on Nov. 16.