• Glenn Miller's Airplane Possibly Found Decades After Famed Bandleader Vanished During WWII

    5 monthes ago - By Celebrity Babies

    On Dec. 15, 1944, famed American bandleader Glenn Miller walked across Twinwood Farm airfield in southeast England, climbed into the passenger seat of a UC-64A Norseman light aircraft and set off for France.
    With WWII still raging across Europe, Miller - the hottest recording artist of his era - was preparing to play a concert for weary Allied troops, performing his hits like “In the Mood” and “Moonlight Serenade.”
    Tragically, it was a show he would never make. Somewhere between England and Northern France, Miller and the Norseman vanished. To date, not a single trace of the musician or...
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