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Message posted by Blade75769 (Member since 03/31/2006) on June 05, 2024 at 21:23:05 PST:

Now very rarely do I break out the tinfoil hat, but this is just too fun not to share. I had a chance to head out to the Palm Springs Air museum during some down time. A few things I really wanted to see there, but of course I had interest in Darkstar just for the novelty of it. I knew that it had been on display, so I never thought to verify it. I get there and it's no where to be found so I start picking brains. Apparently is has been put into "storage" while Lockheed makes a decision on what to do with it. When I pushed further I was told that no one is allowed to see it without strict written permission from Lockheed. I laughed thinking they were joking and was told they are very serious. Why would Lockheed have an issue with anyone seeing a prop that has had pictures and video from every angle? No doubt it's something completely innocent, but......haha


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