On February 5th 1973 a US EC-47 crashed into the jungles of Laos while eavesdropping on the North Vietnamese army. Only 4 of the 8 crew members were accounted for in the wreckage. Did the others die in the crash or did they manage to bail out and if so what happened to them?
In November 1973 a secret spy plane, code-named Argo 16, crashed just after takeoff from Venice airport in Italy, killing its crew. Despite an initial conclusion of pilot error, allegations of more sinister causes have refused to go away, and to this day the actual cause of the crash is a mystery.
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On April 2, 1997 USAF Captain Craig Button broke formation during a training mission and flew his A-10 Thunderbolt II NE for almost 800 miles before crashing into the side of Gold Dust Peak. The four 500lb Mk-82 bombs that were on the plane when it took off were not found at the crash site. Did Captain Button commit suicide and where are the bombs?
Often linked to the Philadelphia project, the Montauk project is an “all but the kitchen sink” series of conspiracy theories related to alleged secret projects starting in the 1980’s… or the 1940’s. Official reports claim they were “simply” working on psychological warfare, but there might also be a 50-story titanium pyramid below the radar building in which a yeti and the USS Eldridge from the Philadelphia Project manifested. We explore all theories in this riveting episode.