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Phantom plane mystery deepens

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posted on Jan, 30 2004 @ 04:31 PM
The mystery surrounding the sighting of an historic low-flying aeroplane near Barnoldswick has deepened.

Following last week's story in which a couple told how they saw a Lancaster bomber-type plane on collision course with houses near the Rolls-Royce site at Bankfield, Skipton aerial phenomena expert Donald Cooper was inundated with phone calls from people all over Craven who reported similar sightings.

Most told of what they described as a low flying Lancaster-type plane and several said they had seen it the same day as the couple in the story, but in different locations.

Others were unsure of the day, but most were uniform in their description of the aircraft in that it was dark grey, with no markings and, although the propellers were rotating, was making no sound.

Here's the rest of the article... SKIP_NEWS24.html

Now, could this manifestation be the hard evidence of the proclaimed timeloop in which we're supposed to be, or is Spielberg just shooting another classic movie??

[Edited on 30-1-2004 by Olafski]

posted on Jan, 30 2004 @ 04:34 PM
As we near 4d portals and windows will open, wonder why he called it windows?

Look what comes through when conditions are right, must have been trippy!

posted on Jan, 31 2004 @ 04:43 PM

From the article:
Both Mr Cooper and his co- researcher Joseph Skelton now want to know if anyone has any knowledge of any aircraft making a forced landing near Greenberfield Lane in Barnoldswick during the last war. They can be contacted on 01756 791957 or 01756 795006.

Shouldn't they rather be asking themselves what the hell the army is up to now, and what are they really doing behind those heavily guarded fenses?

A glitch in the Matrix perhaps?



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