Spitfire stash is no legend, claims Sandtoft farmer

David Cundall

David Cundall

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AN archaeological dig to unearth Spitfire planes in Burma, headed by an Isle farmer, will continue despite claims that the task is fruitless.

The sponsor team hunting for more than 100 World War II Spitfires said to have been buried in Burma has abandoned the search, saying stories of the stashed planes are merely ‘legend’.

But at a press conference in Rangoon, Isle of Axholme farmer and aviation enthusiast David Cundall, who spearheaded the dig, denounced the claims,


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