Sharp minded viewers will notice a time discrepancy in one of the Kodalith transparencies making the year of the tragic event as 1943, and that handwritten transcription on the back of one of the last photographs taken of the airmen of B-17G 42-32003 SHOO SHOO BABY 388BG. They are incommensurate. Even the article in the Waterbury Connecticut newspaper dated October 26, 1945, shows it with one number missing, as you can see on the clipping as April 11, 194_. Why is that? What can be forcing it to omit the proper date of the event? Why is there an ambiguity in the year if its reporting? Could it be possible that the airmen survived the crash into the Baltic Sea, on April 11, 1944. Being a practicing physicist, I’ve estimated their heading to be north, northwest toward Denmark, substantially below 25,000 feet. If their speed was say, about 250 to 300 miles an hour, I’ve figured that they crashed 30 to 50 miles out into the Baltic Sea, in about 40 to 50 feet of ice cold water. Could they, by the grace of God, have lived through such a disaster? If so, where are they? Were they captured by the Germans, and thereafter perished in the concentration camps? Please send me your thoughts on these subtextual issues within the greater realization that they did in fact die on that day in 1944. May they rest in peace, their souls commended to the Neptune of the deep. Thank you. @George David Maynard$ DGM/07-22-13
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