Archaeologists Discover WW2 So-Called Forgotten Bomber

A four year investigation by a Royal Air Force Policeman has led archaeologists to a site on Dartmoor where a World War Two Hampden Bomber crashed.
Geophysical experts have been using equipment to scan the Tor's surface to try and find out how the aircrew met their end.
Rebecca Ricks has more.

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