Manny/ November 2, 2018/ From Manny

2018 RubADickies – Nominate your favorite Ufology hoaxer or money hungry author at ufobusterradio.com New this year you can nominate a personal #RubADucker that believes we are alone in the universe. Just include a brief description of their theory and note “PERSONAL RUBADICKER” in your comment. UFO Mystery: Vanished pilot’s ominous prophecy Article link: https://m.dailymercury.com.au/news/fred-valentich-disappearance-mystery-of-pilots-las/3555028/ FORTY years since his baffling disappearance off the coast of Cape Otway, Victorian pilot Fred Valentich’s fiancee has revealed an ominous conversation she shared with her boyfriend only a day earlier. Rhonda Rushton has spoken for the first time about his unsettling final words to her, admitting she has been unable to move on from the tragedy ever since. Ms Rushton said despite his plans to set a course across Bass Strait, the 20-year-old admitted he was fearful of ­flying over water. “I found that a bit strange,” she said. “But it was clear he had some sort of gut feeling.” Despite an extensive air and ground search, no trace of Mr Valentich or his plane were ever found after he took off from Moorabbin airport on October 21, 1978. But it would be the transcript of his final conversation with an air traffic controller that would confound investigators and spark one of ­Australia’s most enduring ­aviation mysteries. Mr Valentich told Melbourne air traffic control he was being followed by a long metallic, unidentified aircraft with four bright lights which at times moved at high speed or orbited above his plane, ­before reporting his engine was failing. “It seems to me that he’s playing some sort of game,” he told air traffic control. “He’s flying over me two, three times at a time at speeds I could not identify. “Melbourne – Delta Sierra Juliet. It’s not an aircraft.” Critics claimed Mr Valentich was either disorientated and crashed or may have even faked his disappearance. Investigation Five years after Valentich’s aircraft went missing, an engine cowl flap was found on Flinders Island. In July 1983, the Bureau of Air Safety Investigation asked the Royal Australian Navy Research Laboratory (RANRL) about the likelihood that the cowl flap might have “travelled” to its ultimate position from the region where the aircraft disappeared. The bureau noted that “the part has been identified as having come from a Cessna 182 aircraft between a certain range of serial numbers” which included Valentich’s aircraft. Show Stuff TeePublic Store – Get your UBR goodies today! http://tee.pub/lic/2GQuXxn79dg UBR Trurh Seekers Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/216706068856746 Manny Moonraker: https://www.facebook.com/MannyMoonraker/ UFO Buster Radio: https://www.facebook.com/UFOBusterRadio YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCggl8-aPBDo7wXJQ43TiluA Google Plus Manny’s Updated Google+ Profile: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+MannyMoonraker To contact Manny: manny@ufobusterradio.com, or on Twitter @ufobusterradio  Call the show anytime at (972) 290-1329 and leave us a message with your point of view, UFO sighting, and ghostly experiences or join the discussion on www.ufobusterradio.com For Skype Users: bosscrawler

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