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??
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