Tuesday, 28 June 2016

Google Searches:
Focus On the 1946 ‘Ghost Rockets’

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“Swedish Air Force officer Karl-Gösta Bartoll searches for a ‘ghost rocket’ seen to crash into Lake Kölmjärv on July 19, 1946.” (Wikipedia text) (wikimedia.org(wikimedia.org photo)