The WWII Ghost Bomber That Mysteriously Landed Itself
1. An Unscheduled Plane Cutting The Sky
An allied base in Cortonburg, Belgium was a witness of an unexplainable event back in November 23, 1944. That day, three Allied anti-aircraft gun positions had to be cleared by an American B-17G bomber. But, it looked like the bomber was going to crash into them.
Because of the way the bomber flew and since it didn’t have its landing gear down, the soldiers on the ground thought the airplane must have been damaged, or someone of the crew were wounded. The 35,000 pound bomber was coming in fast from the sky on top of them.