While he mulls over his options - he could sell out as he has done with previous ventures, or he may well go on prospecting - at least he has the luxury of the late Robert Maxwell's helicopter.
Craven Walker bought the whirly bird from the receivers in a state of some neglect. Since then, the gallant oilman has refurbished the machine out of his own pocket but, for old times sake, has left a typically Maxwellian device untouched.
If proof were needed that the fat man was truly bonkers, Craven Walker imparts the following. Situated above the passenger seat, Maxwell had installed a switch that meant he could bypass the pilot and speak direct to the control tower. Apparently, he would often berate air traffic controllers who kept him waiting.
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