It's one of the worst case scenarios in the nuclear age, and it occurred on February 13, 1950.
Flying over restricted airspace across the Canadian border, a United States Air Force bomber experienced massive engine failure, and the crew were forced to abandon their craft in mid-air.
The Story of the Lost Nuke valiantly attempts to retrace the frightful events of that flight, the astonishing aftermath of the crash, and the possible cover-up which remains active to this day.
The documentary features the efforts of investigators who view detailed photographic evidence, as well as the twisted sheets of debris that remain stationed at the rigged mountainous region where the crash occurred all those years ago.
The Story of the Lost Nuke is a rare example of documentary filmmaking that manages to change the course of the history it investigates.
The documentary is extremely interesting. UPSC aspirants can watch this when they are feeling monotonous reading same old boring books.