The plane was missing, before the pilot disappeared
There is one curious and very well documented case in the history of aviation. In 1978, the Cessna182L aircraft disappeared over the Bass Strait in Australia, and the connection with the pilot was maintained six minutes before the plane disappeared, and the pilot managed to say a lot of things during this time that all ufologists and paronormleschiki around the world were excited.
This story is worthy of the Ren-TV channel, but we have a serious institution here, so we confine ourselves to dry facts, plus we give the versions of what happened, not related to conspiracy and other obscurantism. Go.
The air traffic controller, Steve Roby, was quietly lounging in a chair, drinking tea and scratching his head. It was boring and mundane when a call was made to the console and contact was established with Frederick Valentich, the pilot of the Cessna light aircraft flying to Melbourne for langoustus (later it turned out that the purpose of the flight was false).
The dispatcher accepted the challenge, and further boredom, like a hand, a conversation like this took place, the wording of which I will somewhat creatively simplify:
Valenitch: Melbourne, this is a DSJ, and what kind of garbage does it fly below 5000 feet?
Dispatcher: There is no shit there.
Valenitch: Big bullshit flies, don't lie to me here.
Dispatcher: What the fuck is bullshit, what type of garbage?
Valenitch: Well, dick knows, there are still 4 fires burning.
Again Valentić: Ale, garage, this garbage flew over me a thousand feet higher, you fucking fuck you, that there is no garbage.
Dispatcher: Well, xs, and what's the big bullshit there?
Valenitch: Dick understand, flies too fast. Do you have any military garbage out there an hour?
Dispatcher: Not aware of this.
Valenitch: Melbourne, there’s such a thing, this garbage is not a plane.
Dispatcher: And who, blah, the dragon chtol?
Valenitch: Pranksters, this garbage flies at such a speed, like a long one, right now in front of me.
Dispatcher: Big shit something?
Valentić: Melbourne! It haunts me, I started flying in circles, and it, too! It is brilliant, there is a green light! Fuh, bullshit has disappeared.
Valentić: Oh, no, it flies from the south-west.
Dispatcher: What are your intentions in this regard?
Valentić: Melbourne! This bullshit hung over me, and you know what? This is not a plane, ahahahaha!
Dispatcher: What the hell are you talking about?
The pilot's microphone is turned on for another 17 seconds, there are no more messages, but there is a metal gnash, after which the connection is broken. The plane has disappeared tightly.
Wow, what a holiday fell on the heads of ufologists after the publication of the record of negotiations. Everywhere reigned Ren-TV and reptiloids, but this was not the end.
20 minutes before the pilot began negotiations with the dispatcher, the Manifold photographer photographed the sunset near the scene of the incident, but it turned out this:
The investigation conducted a bunch of examinations and decided - the photo is authentic, and the speed of the kettle in the photo is about 200 miles per hour.
But this was not enough for ufologists, and they announced that a certain Sarychev, who was carrying a black capsule, was captured on the Soviet-Chinese border, and there was a note in it from Valentich where he told in detail how fun it was to serve as a pilot for aliens! I will not give the text of the note, but it is very incendiary. Graphological examination, allegedly, confirmed that the handwriting was genuinely his.During this story, ufologists were ridiculed and asked not to do this again.
Further harsh experts, disliking mystical secrets, offered their versions:
1. Valentich flew upside down and took the lights in the water of his own plane. The version did not roll, the commission rejected it.
2. Suicide. No confirmations were found and the version was scored.
3. Vestibular illusion. It seems yes, but it seems not. As the version is good, but officially it was never recognized.
The result: the plane was not found, the reasons for the loss are not clear, since 2012 all the materials of the case are open, but there is no point in that.