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Glenn Miller; What EXACTL:Y happened to him??


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Initial post: 17 Jan 2011, 22:43:14 GMT
AJ says:
A friend at the local said the common consensus is that his plane was struck by falling munitions from our OWN bombers as they returned across the Channel, apparently they had to drop any bombs that had not been released during missions into the English Channel, and seeing as they would have been at a higher altitude than Miller's aircraft, this is very likely what happened..

I myself had never heard of this theory before but I just wondered if anyone else had come across it??

Posted on 17 Jan 2011, 23:24:45 GMT
Greysuit says:
Yes Adam,

I'd not only heard the theory, but there is a classic (albeit very unfair) dig at the RAF linked to the theory.

They didn't excatly take out the major targets at Dunkirk, they only just rendered the airfield at Port Stanley unusable but they did get Glenn Miller !!!

Cruel I know because they did a hell of a lot to save this nation during The Battle Of Britain and they completely grounded the Iraqi Air Force during the first Gulf Conflict to name but two of their many achievements - so it is somewhat apologetically that I cited the above dig.

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In reply to an earlier post on 18 Jan 2011, 08:42:15 GMT
Carradale says:
"There's a guy works down our chip shop swears he's Glenn Miller"

In reply to an earlier post on 18 Jan 2011, 11:59:33 GMT
Kevin says:
'Bloke in pub said' - Must be true then!

In reply to an earlier post on 18 Jan 2011, 12:37:55 GMT
Carradale says:
I've got his phone number . It's Pennsylvania 65.... something or other.

In reply to an earlier post on 18 Jan 2011, 14:43:11 GMT
Martin says:
Didn't he disappear after hearing Barry Manilow?

Posted on 18 Jan 2011, 14:56:48 GMT
Last edited by the author on 19 Jan 2011, 08:11:57 GMT
Carradale says:
Mr Manilow should vanish right up his own Cloaca-cabana.....

Posted on 18 Jan 2011, 22:14:12 GMT
R. K. Hunter says:
Some of the musicians who were in the various bands after the war said that as they had to play the same tunes ,same solo's ect, as per the recordings, they wished in the end that Glenn Miller had survived and the music had been destroyed.

Posted on 8 Feb 2011, 16:24:26 GMT
zargb5 says:
Didn't Barry Manilow disappear in the bermuda triangle?

In reply to an earlier post on 8 Feb 2011, 16:28:10 GMT
Carradale says:
Up his own coca-cabana , I heard....
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