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Frederick Valentich Disappearance

Definition: Frederick Valentich was the 20 year old pilot of a Cessna plane that was flying over Bass Strait, Australia in October 1978, and disappeared.

 

Frederick Valentich was the 20 year old pilot of a Cessna plane that was flying over Bass Strait, Australia in October 1978. Things turned weird when Valentich told air traffic control that a "strange aircraft is hovering on top of me... It is hovering and it's not an aircraft." Then Valentich and his plane disappeared without a trace.

After news of the disappearance got out, UFO reports began streaming in. Theories about what happened to Valentich include:

  • He was staging his own disappearance
  • He became disoriented and was flying upside down -- and was seeing his own plane's lights reflected in the water
  • He wanted to commit suicide
  • A real-life alien abduction

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Mysterious Disappearances

 

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Resources:

  external linkFrederick Valentich -- Unsolved Mysterious Disappearances

 

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