In the year 1915, the second year of world war 1, troops of the royal Sandringham Company were part of a British, New Zealand and Australian coalition force that landed at Gallipoli, Turkey.
This company compromised of servants, gardeners and grooms from the the British royal family estate at Sandringham, Norfolk.
On the 12th of August, 1915, the entire company mysteriously vanished into thin air, completely in view of three soldiers of a New Zealand field company.
These soldiers witnessed the company climb up a hillside and vanish from sight into a low-lying cloud that seemed to be hovering over this mountainous slope. When the last of the Royal Sandringhams had just entered this mysterious cloud, it suddenly began to rise off of the hill.
The British soldiers should have been clearly visible, however, they were nowhere to be seen.
In 1999 a film entitled ‘All the king’s men’ was made. It suggested that the Royal Sandringhams had been quickly killed and buried by the Turkish. However, this was something that they furiously and persistently deny, even to this day.
After the end of the war in 1918, Our British government presumed that these soldiers were prisoners and that they would be returned.
The Turks responded by saying that the knew nothing of these soldiers or there whereabouts.
To this day, no explanation has been given for their disappearance.
Kyle Thompson – Soul Reaper Paranormal