posted on Nov, 2 2003 @ 06:34 PM
OK Deny Ignorance hat on -
1) There is no city of Clywd in Wales - Clywd is the region more comonly known as North Wales. Geographically it covers the NW portion of Wales from
the Cheshire Merseyside Borders downwards
2) It is not an "isolated region" - many English people retire to the region. It also boasts some fairly well known Seaside resorts Rhyl, Colwyn Bay
and Llandudno (a popular Political convention center).
3) The region is a training area for the MOD - in particular the Red Arrows display team and for Tornados using low level flying.
4) Something the size of the "Albert Hall" -
Albert Hall, Kensington-road, was opened to the public in May 1871, and is a huge building of elliptical form in the style of the Italian Renaissance,
the materials of the façade being entirely red brick and terra-cotta. The larger exterior diameter is 272 ft., interior 219 ft.; the smaller exterior
238 ft., interior 185 ft.
5) The area indicated would be covered by flight approach paths to both Manchester International Airport and Liverpool Airport.
(oh and in 1974 I lived in Cheshire - and cannot recall anything ever mentioned happening in Clwyd.)
The panel says "Hoax"