Disappearance Of Felix Moncla And The Unknown Radar Blip
A first Lieutenant named Felix Moncla from the US air force disappeared mysteriously while chasing a radar blip.
On 23 November 1953 Radar operators from Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan received some abnormal signals close to Soo Locks. Pilot Felix Moncla with Robert L. Wilson were send in F-89C scorpion jet from Kinross Air Force Base however Wilson was not able to properly locate the signal so he asked for help from the ground radar operator.
The ground radar operator saw two blips on radar one was of the F-89C Scorpion jet and the other blip was of an unknown object. The radar operator saw both the blips coming together at a point the Radar operator thought it might be a collision when the radar operators tried to contact Moncla no response was observed and all the further attempts were unsuccessful and also both the blips disappeared from the radar.
Later the Air Force tried to investigate the matter it is thought that the scorpion jet crashed with a Royal Canadian Air Force but later when the pilot of Canadian Air Force were contacted the pilot said that he didn’t see anything neither he knew that he was the target.
Till today nobody knows exactly what happened to Felix Moncha.
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