Mysterious 1951 C-124 Globemaster disappearance

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Mysterious 1951 C-124 Globemaster disappearance

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Re: Mysterious 1951 C-124 Globemaster disappearance

Post by YT » Tue Jun 14, 2022 4:39 pm

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Re: Mysterious 1951 C-124 Globemaster disappearance

Post by Axis Nightmare » Tue Jun 14, 2022 5:24 pm

That could be anything from an accident to a major cover up of sabotage. Maybe even a hijack. It sounds like all the passengers and crew either died inside the plane before it sunk, were killed after leaving the plane or were picked up by the wrong people and disappeared forever. However, planes and ships have disappeared before without a trace. The part about the note in the can is eerie though.
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