In this article we will be looking at time slip evidence that involved a old military airfield called Drem in 1935…
Time Travel Slips
Victor Goddard was a RAF wing commander who was in the process of flying his biplane to Edinburgh. Before he had set off, he had decided to land halfway for a top up of fuel at an old military airfield called Drem.
The flight was routine enough until he approached the Drem airfield. As he looked down he noticed that Drem had seen better days.
The buildings now looked like they had been abandoned for years and the runways were virtually made up of grass. As he got closer to the base he noticed cattle casually grazing away in the middle of the main strip.
There was no chance of landing at this derelict site – there were now too many dangers to consider. He carried on with his journey towards Edinburgh.
The Time Slip Evidence
Goddard managed to get to his destination safely enough and carried out his business there. On his return flight to Andover he unfortunately encountered some extremely severe weather.
There was no way around this huge cloud of activity so he flew straight into it. He was an excellent pilot but he had great difficulty in navigating his plane through this strange storm.
He was stuck within this cloud for what seemed like an age and at one point came perilously close to crashing into the ground.
Without warning he suddenly flew out of the cloud into brilliant, bright sunlight. He noticed that he was now above the Drem airfield once again…but this time it seemed different.
He immediately noticed that the runways were now completely clear of any rural debris and there was aircraft parked on them. He made note of 3 Avro trainer biplanes and one single wing plane that he could not identify.
He was amazed that the majority of the planes were painted in a strange yellow color. They bore the RAF insignia but he had never come across planes this color before.
He then noticed the crew members walking around the airfield going about their everyday chores. They were wearing rather modern looking blue RAF uniforms which Goddard was unfamiliar with.
It suddenly hit him that nobody in the airbase was aware of his flight even though he was flying as low as he possibly could above them.
When he looked back up he realized that the strange storm was now directly in front of him. He had no time to avoid it so he ended up flying straight back into it again.
This time the storm seemed to be a little friendlier to the pilot and let him pass through without incident.
Time Keeps Slipping Into The Future…
He arrived back to his base in Andover and was left to ponder about the experience he had just been through.
The problem is that what he saw did not exist in 1935. The yellow colored planes and the blue uniforms were not used by the military until 1937 – two years after Goddard went through this strange experience.
His report on the incident still remains on record…
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