Should this story have been unearthed at Halloween time? In any case, a legend that refuses to die tells of an unnamed Canadian soldier buried somewhere underneath the Dunsfold Aerodrome concrete. The airstrip is best known for having served as the location for the Top Gear test track for decades.As the original story goes, a Royal Canadian Engineer was reportedly killed during the construction of a runway at Dunsfold, during the Second World War. The second battalion of the RCE had been called in to help construct the aerodrome in time, and a 1960s book details the Mechanical Equipment Company, the Road Construction Company and the Canadian Forestry Corps along with the Canadian Army Service Corps Reinforcement Unit as actually having finished the work two weeks… Next »
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