70-year-old radio set with no plug starts playing war tunes. Daily Record UK.
So mysteriously plays a radio at the Montrose Air Station in Angus, England.
Several people have heard the random broadcasts, which can last for up to half an hour.
Yet when technicians removed the back, they found “nothing but cobwebs and spiders”.
No plug. Where does it come from?
Visitors have reported phantom footsteps, doors opening and shutting, the sound of aircraft engines, shadowy figures and even sightings of Irish pilot Lieutenant Desmond Arthur, who was killed near the airfield in 1913.
When the Ghost Club investigated they recorded “anomalous magnetic fields” across the site.