A Swedish DC-3 Air Force plane with a crew of eight was lost over the Baltic Sea in 1952. It was on a highly secret mission, monitoring new radar installations in the Soviet Union. Intelligence that was shared by neutral Sweden with NATO's spy masters.
After years of denial, the Soviet Union admitted in 1991 that the plane had been shot down over international water. In 2003 a private initiative led by Anders Jallai, Carl Douglas and Ola Oskarsson managed to locate the wreck. The mystery was finally solved.
52 min, 2010