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Alien Energy Causes Plane to Disappear

Douglas Plane

Published: 4:54 PM 3/6/2024

no trace of the aircraft...

On 26 January 1950, the Douglas C-54 Skymaster serial number 42-72469 disappeared en route from Alaska to Montana, with 44 people aboard. The aircraft made its last radio contact two hours into its eight-hour flight.

Despite one of the largest rescue efforts carried out by a joint effort between Canadian and US military forces, no trace of the aircraft has ever been found.

Fairbanks, Alaska, a Douglas aircraft with 44 on board disappeared from the sky.

Many theories exist, but many believe that a UFO is responsible.

It began when the plane radar operator reported strange interference on his screen.

The unusual sighting left the screen only to reappear some two hours later.

The disappearance of Douglas was preceded by another sighting, and a couple of days later, another sighting occurred over Elmendorf AFB.

The alien beam is only a theory, there is no definitive answer to the disappearance of the Douglas plane.

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