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My Life Ormond Haydon-Baillie

Tales of the Black Knight Flt.Lt. Ormond Adare Haydon-Baillie RCAF August 29 1942 - July 3 1977.

“Fast and Low”

According to Dad, those were the two words that described OHB the best. Dad also called Haydon-Baillie a“stick and rudder man” – which was about the highest praise Dad ever bestowed upon any pilot. It meant that a pilot was a natural. I only heard him say it about one other man.

Haydon-Baillie died in Germany in a P-51 Mustang on July 3, 1977.

With research and the use of emotional memories, the whole story unfolded in vivid emotional Technicolor.

I had always felt that I did not belong in this time or place, a common feeling that many of us often have. I have found that we often had a “walking memory” being other people in the 3D matrix. In fact we can operate more than one 3D in linear timelines.





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