On page 129 of her book Hollywood's Child Dancing Through Oz (http://www.amazon.com/Hollywoods-Child-Dancing-Through-OZ/dp/0971095418/), actress/dancer Caren Marsh-Doll (who was Judy Garland's stand-in in the movie "The Wizard of Oz" and who survived the crash) mentions the Fountain briefly. She writes:
"White-robed figures walked slowy around me in an ethereal scene. Where they angels? If they weren't, who were they? Had I died? What's happening?"
Then, on Page 134, she writes:
"When the papers came out with stories and photos of the crash, I learned who those white-robed figures were at the scene. One article read: 'The bearded and barefoot men in white robes were from a monastery in Box Canyon. They rushed to the mountain to help victims.'"
An updated version of her book was released in 2007 with the title Hollywood's Babe (http://www.amazon.com/Hollywoods-Babe-Caren-Marsh-Doll/dp/1593931077/)