Friday, October 28, 2011

The Regiment that Vanished into Thin Air: Mystery Files


By Gaizy


Soldiers entrenched at Gallipoli, Turkey 1915
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An Unexplained Disappearance

The story I am about to relate is one of the strangest reports of World War One. It is the story of how a whole regiment which was comprised of men from the Queen of England's Royal estate, just disappeared into thin air one day in front of witnesses. It is an event which has long since been presumed to have some supernatural or paranormal cause, and remains to this day, unexplained.

The Queen's Own men

The year was 1915. The Great War had already been raging for almost two years. A coalition of British, Australian and New Zealand troops comprised the force that was landed at Gallipoli on the Dardanells in Turkey. Their mission to attack the Turks.
Amongst the fighting coalition, were 250 men and 16 officers of the Royal Norfolk Regiment. The regiment comprised of servants, grooms and gardeners from the British Royal family estate, at Sandringham in Norfolk.

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The Regiment that Vanished into Thin Air: Mystery Files

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Suspected German Time Travel Machine Was Destroyed by Churchill Troops | Scienceray


A retired officer of the British Army and Intelligence has stated that during World War two a joint British/American venture destroyed a possible Time Machine created by German scientists.

Does time travel exist?
It is a question carefully poised on every scientist’s lips and those of the world who have imagination. Just what would the implications be for mankind? How would time travel alter the world we know today?

One such question was on the lips of British and American Intelligence during World War 2. According to one retired officer connected with Secret Intelligence Organisations during the second world war believes the Germans were “on to something quite disturbing”.
The gentleman, who is now in his late 80s, says that he was part of a special force who were instructed by Churchill and the US government during World War 2 to “seek out and disable” a possible time machine created by German scientists.
The story has come to light after the former intelligence officer divulged information to his daughter. She also wishes to remain anonymous through fear of possible repercussions and ridicule.

Written by Craigz


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Suspected German Time Travel Machine Was Destroyed by Churchill Troops | Scienceray