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    Thursday, November 2, 2017

    The Story of Pippo: The Demon Plane

    The Ghost Story of Pippo: The Demon Plane


    World War II was by far one of the worst wars in the history of the world. No one was safe from the fighting, and thousands of men, women, and innocent children were killed.


    Though the entire world was at odds, there were certainly some places that were more targeted than others, and the people there could only pray that they would survive to see the end of the war.


    Northern Italy was one of these places. With the government turned against its own people, the ruthless Nazis oppressing them from all sides, and the Allies considering them to be enemies, life was very bleak for these poor souls. However, even with all the violence and oppression that was pressing in on them from all sides, there was something else – something even more sinister that was terrorizing these people.


    Pippo, the phantom plane.


    Now, there is something terrifying about a ruthless leader. There is something horrifying about a heartless army. But there is something so utterly menacing about an unseen enemy that has a vengeance…


    Pippo was a mysterious plane. No one knew where it came from, no one knew who piloted it, and no one knew which side it was on. It appeared only at night, flying over the city with the iconic pip-pip sound of its engines that earned the aircraft its name. The plane had no lights on it, making it difficult for anyone to see where it was coming from or where it was headed. Many said that it seemed to simply appear out of thin air, then vanish once more after it had done its terrible mission.


    Though some believe that this phantom was terrorizing more than just a single area, it is said to have exclusively attacked only the Italians, and that it used countless tactics to murder as many people as possible. And as interesting as it is, there is no proof nor even stories to suggest that it ever did attack anyone else.


    The plane is said to have dropped bombs on farmlands, it is said to have dropped poisoned candy down to the children in the city, and that it dropped pens that exploded in the hands of the person who picked them up. The plane would even launch missiles in heavily populated areas within the city, often killing hundreds of people at a time.


    Then, the plane would simply disappear into the night. There were times when the people would send their own fighter planes after the mysterious apparition, but no matter how hard they tried, how often they attempted to catch it by surprise, or how many times they tried to track the vehicle, it would simply disappear into the night – vanishing without a trace…


    Pilots who were able to get close to the plane before it disappeared reported that there never appeared to be anyone sitting in the cockpit – as though the plane was piloted by something invisible, or that it had a mind of its own. Any pilot that got near to the entity was visibly shaken when they landed, and it is said that they had a difficult time describing exactly what it was that they saw.


    Many historians have tried to determine what this strange phenomenon could have truly been, and none have been able to produce any solid evidence. Some have suggested that it was part of the British reconnaissance planes, as some of the descriptions tend to indicate that, however, there are other aspects to the tale that contradict any evidence that it was part of the British fleet.


    This phantom plane would continue to terrorize the people of Northern Italy – and only the people of Northern Italy – until the end of the war, then it simply seemed to vanish off the face of the earth. The sound of the engines were no longer heard at night, and the terror stopped.


    To this very day Pippo has become a legend and a tale that has been passed down from those who lived through the experience themselves, and each person who was there believes that the plane came from another world. There was something so heartless – so inhuman about the phantom that it is impossible it was piloted by anything human…


    And they can only hope that it never comes back.

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