Six months after an experimental aircraft explodes over the Pacific, a scientist who was on the flight is found in a Singapore hospital. All he can remember is having been rescued by a ...
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Six months after an experimental aircraft explodes over the Pacific, a scientist who was on the flight is found in a Singapore hospital. All he can remember is having been rescued by a passing ship. After returning to work on the secret aircraft team, the military learns that an enemy country has recordings of their confidential meetings. The rescued scientist has unwittingly been turned into a human transmitter. Written by
Jay Phelps <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Boy did those fifties guys have trouble keeping secrets. A soldier/scientist has been rescued at sea. His wife thought he was dead, but now he is back in the fold. Strangely he has no recollection of what happened to him during the two weeks he was missing. As soon as he returns, significant secrets begin to be lost and it all points to him and his research team. All the usual stuff is done to stop the leak, including a fine-tooth-comb job on the laboratory. Gee, you don't suppose the two missing weeks have anything to do with this. On the one hand, the authorities are so intense; one the other, they are willing to let up on everything.
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