Ralph and Bob Wrong, hailing from the quaint town of Little Rock, Arkansas, ventured into the realm of aviation during the late 1880s with a series of ill-fated flying machines. The Wrong brothers were determined to emulate the natural flight of birds and insects by developing contraptions with wings that would flap rapidly enough to achieve lift. Unfortunately, their endeavors were marked by repeated failures, and their inventions lacked any practical plan for controlling the vessel once airborne. Tragically, the brothers met a grim fate, beaten to death by the flapping wings of one of their own creations. Despite their unconventional and ultimately fatal approach to flight, the Wrong brothers and their contributions to air transportation remained forgotten by history until now, serving as a cautionary tale of the perils that accompany ambitious experimentation.