Royal Airforce Pilot – Near Death Experience

Alan Pring, a former Royal Airforce Pilot has a near death experience while undergoing a routine operation. He was given a life review and asked by men dressed in monks robes different questions about his life.

The worst moment of his entire life was the point he realized he couldn’t continue into this realm and felt he had to return and tell his wife that it was impossible to die.

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Paranormal Activity in Crail?

Crail Aerodrome, to the north of the town, started life as a naval air station during the First World War. In the runup to the Second World War it became HMS Jackdaw.

Planes from the airbase took part in the final attack on the Tirpitz in 1944. After the war, the airbase was taken over by the Royal Navy and renamed HMS Bruce. After closure, the Joint Services School for Linguists (JSSL) was based here in the 1950s.

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VIDEO: RAF Skipton-on-Swale by Chris Huff

Welcome to RAF Skipton-on-Swale, Farmland some 4 miles west south-west of Thirsk in the parishes of Skipton-on-Swale and Sand Hutton, with the A61 Thirsk to Ripon road forming its south-eastern boundary was acquired for the satellite for Leeming late in the year.

The following is a video created by our colleague – and co-coordinator of TRIP – Mr Christopher Huff! The video is part of the ongoing research into Haunted RAF Airfields by the published author.

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Video: Haunted RAF Kelstern by Chris Huff

The following is a video created by our colleague – and co-coordinator of TRIP – Mr Christopher Huff! The video is part of the ongoing research into Haunted RAF Airfields by the published author.

Located only four miles from both Binbrook and Ludford Magna airfields on the Lincolnshire Wolds, Kelstern was a half a mile north-east of a First World War night landing ground established in 1917 near Mill Farm. Intended as a refuge for No.33 Squadron Zeppelin hunters running low on fuel, it was little used, the RAF departing in March 1919

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Spirit-Box Series: Chris Huff & Mark Newman

The part that most people miss out on, while conducting paranormal observations, is the post-research and the start of the real work, in tying up the loose ends of what has been experienced on location.

This is particularly important when you have names, places and other choice phrases via EVP or one of the modified audio devices, such as the spirit-box or Echovox.

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