The Witchcraft "The Liberator"

The Witchcraft "The Liberator"
Cherylndesigns, May 23, 2019
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    • SeattleSheri
      What a super cool plane! I love the red-white-blue them and the complementary journaling!
    • Cherylndesigns
    • mcurtt
      I love the red/white/blue theme here. Your title was intriguing. Were those signatures of people who flew the plane on it?
    • Cherylndesigns
      @mcurtt It's my understanding that those are the signatures of the crews who flew this plane, but it's been completely restored, so I'm sure they've been added again. There's a video on YouTube of a 90+ year old going back up in the plane for a ride on his birthday. He was actually part of the crew. It's very emotional. Those guys almost had a love affair with their planes. That's why they decorated them. My uncle (who was lost in the war) was a bombardier and I never realized how tiny the bombardier seat was and how the bottom of the plane was literally open! I put a link on the other page where they show you around the inside and go up for a ride.
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    • Scrapping with Liz
      So cool! We saw a B17 back in November.
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