“And as I deviated,” he said, “I saw with the corner of my eye someone coming towards me.” He soon realized who it was.It was a colleague, someone he flew with but hadn’t seen for a couple of years. I put my hand out to shake hands, but he didn’t respond. And then so-and-so said, ‘I’ve got to go now,’ so I said, 'All right,’ picked up my bags, and legged it to get the airport bus into town.
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As a student of the occult and esoteric sciences –- I am a Spiritualist myself – I read every book I can get and watch every documentary I can find on the subject of the paranormal.
I came across a DVD set a few years ago called Ghosthunters, by English producer and writer William Woollard. I would like to hear other people’s views on this case, and perhaps they might relate any personal experiences that they have had in a similar vein.
He is a most astute and intelligent man, who avoids the sensational and the fraudulent, who tries to get as much documented evidence together as possible before producing a story on a particular subject. This story involves a man called ‘Bob.’ He is, at the time, about 65 years of age.
He is a dour-looking man, serious, not prone to wild flights of fantasy. Also, he is an ex-airline (British Airways) captain, a former British naval officer, a former RAF fighter pilot.
Again, he is not prone to ‘ravings.’ One day when he had just flown back from the Western Isles of Scotland, back to Glasgow Airport, he was walking along one of the corridors, for the umpteenth time, he said, and he decided, just for a change, to take another route.
The friend then brought the day's Scotsman newspaper over, placed it on the table before Captain Bob, turned to the Obituaries, and said: “You must know this man. You flew in the same airline.”“And to my ABSOLUTE astonishment,” said Captain Bob, “it was the obituary of the man I had seen and talked with earlier today.”What do you make of this case, people?
Remember, this Captain Bob, whom we see talking at Glasgow Airport all these years later, reenacting the story, is no fool. “Now,” he said, “if you want to call me a nut, you can call me a nut. “ [he searched for ages for an appropriate description] “I don’t make up these silly stories.”Has anything similar happened to anybody here?
But I can assure you,” he continued, “as a former airline pilot, natal officer, and fighter pilot, I don’t . Something ‘similar’ happened to me, but not as in this case.