Year of this incident was 1915 and the Great World War had already started waging. It had been two years since the beginning of the war. An army of coalition forces consisting of Australia, British and New Zealand troops landed in Dardanells in Turkey. They were sent with a mission to attack the Turks. Among these coalition forces there were 250 men and 16 officers from the Royal Norfolk Regiment. There were grooms, servants and gardeners of the British Royal Family estate of Sandringham in Norfolk included in the regiment.
The incident we are referring here happened on August 12, 1915 in the height days of the battle. The incident was witnessed by many soldiers from the New Zealand company. At morning the Sandringham company was ordered to carry out an attack near Suvla Bay. Many eye witnesses describe that the company ascended the hills and began entering with a low lying cloud. Once the last person from the army entered the hill suddenly the cloud lifted. On watchers tried to look through to find the soldiers. By now the soldiers should have been clearly visible, but none could be seen. It seemed that the entire company had suddenly vanished.
There is absence of proof to explain the real incident. Thus many authorities assumed that the soldiers were killed and buried under this short lived cloud cover, but this could be an extremely challenging task. The Turks on their part have denied such an accusation. Another explanation for incident could be that Turks had defeated them in such a short time and took them as war prisoners. But Turks have repeatedly stressed that they knew nothing about the company and had never made contact with them.
Even till date there is no clarification on the incident. Not even a single survivor was found. Moreover, after the war ended none of the soldiers from Sundringham company were found in the list of war prisoners. It seems that the entire company had miraculously vanished off the Earth within a minute. Only logical explanations can be provided by supernatural or paranormal activity because there is no logical way to prove this incident.