Dark Skies Over Darwen : Visiting the Herbert Noga Crash Site (1945)


Seventy-eight years ago, on a fateful day in the height of summer, a lone fighter plane graced the skies over Darwen Moor, a serene expanse on the edge of the Pennines. This aircraft, a North American P51C Mustang, hailed as the world’s finest long-range single-seat fighter, would soon become the center of a perplexing mystery.

The crash of this Mustang, resulting in the tragic loss of Polish pilot, 24-year-old Plutonwy Herbert Noga, continues to bewilder local residents and war historians alike.

In today’s video, we delve into the enigmatic story of this crash, exploring the circumstances surrounding it and the enduring questions that persist to this day.

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P-51 Mustang with WWII Footage – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DgSkCf2joIM&t=119s

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