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In the end there is one sole 'ghost' until the searchers return and find his body under the tail plane.Have I imagined this as no one seems to know what i'm talking about? I'm pretty sure it was an episode of The Twilight Zone, though, not a film as such.On at least two occasions when talking about films in the pub, someone has asked "anyone remember that film where there's a crashed bomber and a crew that don't know there dead?" The film in question ISN'T "The Survivor" (the film of the James Herbert book).
I think the film you're thinking of is "Sole Survivor".
The wreckage is found twenty-odd years later, and among the recovery party is a USAF general (Richard Basehart) who was the young navigator who got them lost, then bailed out on them.
The ghosts recognise him, and spend the rest of the movie trying to haunt a confession out of him.
The plot for The Survivor was that one man survives a plane crash (I think totally unharmed) and in his struggle to come to terms with this uncovers the fact that the plane was sabotaged/blown up. He is a manifestation of the will of all the lost souls and as soon as the truth is reveals he dies. That was a different story where a survivor of a crash became a highranking officer who had wrongly claimed that his plane had gone down in the Mediterranean.
The film (definitely not a twilight Zone story) was set in the desert and consisted of the dead crew of the crashed aircraft not knowing they were dead until their colleagues suddenly began disappearing as their bodies were found.
I sent this very enquiry to "Empire" film magazine last year and they confirmed that the film is indeed Sole Survivior, a TV movie made in the early 1970's and starring , amongst others, William Shatner.