At first, all this did not make any sense to me because we live in the country next to farmland in the middle of nowhere. As to be told that this place was bombed. I thought:- "Why....... there was nothing there to bomb!"
Our village sits about three miles away fro Eakring. Eakring produced oil up to the 1960s and was responsible for the oil production for Rolls Royce aircraft engines during WW2. ('Nodding Donkeys')
Germany wanted to bomb Eakring during the war and some of the stray bombs hit our village. Ossington Airfield is only three miles away and was used during WW2 for fighter planes which had 'dog fights' The MOD keep quiet about these things as it is secret information...this is why you will not find much on the Internet.
Unfortunately this pilot's plane came down as he shouted 'Mayday' He also used the expression "hells bells won't do it"
I looked this up on the Internet to discover that it was American slang...used by one of the pilots in the aircraft.
Some of My Early Recordings
Here you will need to turn your sound right up...(I mean really) I am talking about the pilot. (I meant air force pilot) and the noise rumble of a bomb laden plane is heard as I request about the noise. Then the table starts to shake as Julie does not notice.
The second video is the noise turned right up. You can tell that it is bomber noise
Thats me saying "Aye!!" as I thought I could hear a voice. Only Julie in the house.
"Hells bells won't do it" That is NOT me! At the time, I thought he said HILL bells? This is what I found on the Internet:-
24 Jul 2004 - 12 posts - 3 authors
Is this possibly the origin of the expression "hells bells"? ... Random House Dictionary of American Slang (RHDAS) ... I saw the song referred to above in a t.v. mini-series about WWII RAF pilots flying Spitfires against the ...
theadorethedog: I took a picture yesterday..and would appreciate any input from the experts. but it won't download on to this sight. what is my other otion for this to be analized?
Jul 21, 2016 1:13:29 GMT 1
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Jul 21, 2016 8:39:59 GMT 1
amanda: Where can I send a video of a sighting? What is the email address?
Sept 3, 2016 11:04:03 GMT 1
barry: Welcome amanda. You can post the video on this site or email it to uforn (click on the members list at the top, click on uforn and you will find the email address, hope this helps
Sept 4, 2016 8:49:54 GMT 1
ufofinderbob: how do I sendyomy pics
Sept 5, 2016 3:46:42 GMT 1
barry: Welcome bob, you can post your pics on this site 1.pick a thread (submitted ufo sightings would be good) then click 'attachments' and download the photos. Or send them to me (email@example.com) and I will post them to this site, hope this helps
Sept 5, 2016 8:59:06 GMT 1
renaroo123: I took this picture with my phone camera about 2 months ago but didn't notice the object on the left until last week.
Nov 5, 2016 19:50:27 GMT 1
renaroo123: did I capture something or is it just from my camera? okay i'm doing something wrong...i'll figure it out...lol
Nov 5, 2016 19:52:31 GMT 1
ufosighter: July 1969 in western PA...I experienced an actual disc sighting. 10' above me. 35' in diameter. Nickle in color.
Dec 29, 2016 13:25:15 GMT 1
barry: Hi ufosighter, welcome to uforn. like to hear more of your sighting
Dec 30, 2016 8:36:46 GMT 1
barry: Very quiet......the calm before the storm?
Jan 27, 2017 8:46:53 GMT 1
uforn: Sure is Baz very quiet indeed
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