February 1, 2013, just outside of Bagram Air Field in Afghanistan, a camera caught this video of a cargo plane steeply climbing into the air, then suddenly banking to the right and plummeting back to the earth; violently exploding upon impact and killing all seven crew that were aboard. The cargo was said to be military vehicles and “other cargo”. The term “other cargo” raises suspicion as to what that cargo may have been. For years it has been rumored that top secret experiments have been taking place on military bases around the world. Could the “other cargo” have been such an experiment?
Could the “other cargo” have been zombies on a plane in transit to another testing facility?
The plane was a 747-400; a massive piece of machinery that is capable of moving the largest of military vehicles, as well as personnel. It was on its way to Dubai with its seven crew members, when it crashed just as it was taking off. The plane can be seen in the video as it climbs, banking slightly left, and then rolling heavily to the right. The pilot must have been trying to correct the problem when it stalled, as right before it hit the ground the plane seemed to level out.
But why did it crash? Some have suggested that the vehicles may have not been secured properly, which caused the awkward swaying as it climbed, and ultimately caused the plane to crash. However, another theory rife with cover-up has people asking questions.
The other undisclosed cargo may have been a highly secretive experiment gone horribly wrong. The theory is quite simply this: While in transit, these chemically mutated, reanimated corpses somehow managed to free themselves from their containers; making their way to the fresh meat they smelled, which just happened to be the crew. A horrible thought, however, the military is well known for covering up anything they don’t want the public to know about. This is where the term “plausible deniability” works best.
The eeriest part of this whole incident is that there was no real time to recover from the “stall”. No, there wouldn’t be enough time to recover, especially if there was a surprise intrusion into the cockpit by the unspecified, undead cargo. There was no mention of any warning or alarming pilot chatter on the CVR, or cockpit voice recorder. The article did mention something about the crew saying the cargo wasn’t secured properly, but how could an experienced crew make such a fatal mistake? Or could they have been talking about the “other cargo”. There was also no indication of screaming or fighting on the CVR mentioned by authorities.
The fireball that engulfed the area as the plane crashed easily covered up any traces of whatever caused the accident, as well as the bodies of the crew and other “passengers”. This allows for the whole incident, or at least the top secret side of it, to be swept under the rug as if it never happened. A convenient end to something that probably should have never been…never put zombies on a plane.