go to marshall county kentucky.lived there for 5 years,awesome place although its where the KKK formed.i lived on olive creek road and just down the road was barnett cemetery and past the cross roads was a flooded town (now a lake) where o brother where art thou was based of of.
Well, if you are asking this question as a pilot who is starting to notice that the GROUND is suddenly filling up the view out the front window of your craft, where previously it had been one of SKY or perhaps just clouds, you MAY want to TRY to take corrective measures to replace that ground view with that previous sky view, if not for yourself, certainly for your passengers. This answer so far is predicated on the fact that you are CONSCIOUS and not incapacitated in anyway and all things mechanical on your craft still work. If, however, you notice that the ground is approximately 100 feet away and you estimate your rate of plunge to be oh, say, 450-500mph, then in that case, you may want to just...pray. I'm not sure that is the answer you are looking for. If not, then how about this one: Live your life the best you can, preferably with little or no regrets.