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r6.55 *AUEN ENCOUNTERS by Dr David Jacobs. "SECRET UFE" (1992)335 pages. r5.45 "’:1 AUEN UASON by Tlmothy Good. 1992 edition. Index. 12 plates. 2S8 pages. [1.50 AMAZING UFO. AND AU ENS by R Matthews. 1992 Children’s books. 126 pages. DIMENSIONS A Casebook of AlJen Contact by Jacques Vallee. 1988. Index. 315 pages. An EXPERIMENT WITH AUEN INTELUGENCE by "Larry Kingston". 1991. General. 112 pages. SKY CRASH by Jenny Randles, B Butler. D Street. 1984. 1980 Rendlesham case. Illustrated. 385 pages. * TRANSFORMATION.The Bre.kthrough by Whitley Strieber. 1988. ’Communion’sequel. 255 pages. The UFO CONSPIRACY by Jenny Randles. The first 40 years. Recommended. Illustrated. 224 pages. The UFO ENCYCLOPEDIA compiled by John Spencer. 1991. 16 colour plates. Useful ref. 446 pages. UFO..AFRICAN ENCOUNTERS by Cynthia Hind of Zimbabwe. 1982. Rec’d. 8 plates. 240 pages. UFOs, PAST,PRESENT & FUTURE by Robert Emenegger. 1974. Mainly USA angle. 212 plates.

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A SPOOKY tale or eclence fact, Penetrating the Web, held here by Elsie Oakensen, may have aome of the anawers, 420) A CHURCH Sfowe woman be invited 10 go on Ihese pro- wilh no beam," she who spoued a UFO has had grammes," said Elsie, who explained. After the lights her experien e immortalised . never.gets ti red of telling her had circled around for a lime, on video. they left, and Elsi~ found her. story. Elsie Oakensen’s Irip Her journey home 10 self driving along the road as home Davenlry 10 the village one May day in 1978 has left her a minor c~lebrity in UFO circles. Her appearance in Ihe video, Penelrating The Web, is Ihe latest in II long line of screen spolS, radio shows IInd menlions hi al leasllen books on the subject. "It’s very flattering 10 slilI

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ng, a that she had also l’heoon1co soo’s \0 say Slrange waS pa’ him tacted RobioS01\. of og Malcolm s’.Jid that the sighhow dose of Oos, 10\’esti~a inte[c>tin~ becausethe object. ,\od I ticub[r\’ h~\J be~11 \0 waS Ihe doscstollta Macph~[SOo CIJ111C ?hO\ sa’,O that the he had 5CCil \0 ab most be 5peeubtion SeotlanJ. sc a only as such COI.l\J had II IIOt object whal \heailerall. a1\d he waS n1 50’I1I~th’ll1g. e~wa.te!!es\!ia\.that Wilh’ i5 waS ale saying iO\CO\5 all’ "W\1".JI wedoubt ’1\ \s. 10 a\\ h’ ohjcC1," a shauOw 01IInidcotiiied \lying thc poses. an mc5 \\"h~1\ people i1\1a\!,CI’i I bncilu\ \ha\." "S01\1e \)11 (1)\ bc UfO. it cOIl)\)\ II s\1ou\J ways to I );.IC’:1\ men.welC I1Un1c:O\)S l C[C bu\hc,,\"ld oot

..le\ai\ed

cla~ln A ven~e, \:-I.arn.pdcn ne<}t"

<}ir \(l \l\l\;ton at Ihe

a~ohJd

~raph

the edge JennY. of it on the theY saw <it MorctOO

~11\d

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M,r Macpher-

5’1111ila[ objcct aod since CooyearS G\asgoW womao hadooe. bu[gn tWO seen

a UFO nave S\)ar\{ed an \Joft.long spotting s\ty neat"

their ’fharne Cu.nningham.

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the hunt ob}ect in mystery hotTIe. and

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saucer-shaped

-cOIChestr.

two

1

areas

-4

MAR

.

slghtlngs

a

london ~port

long Epping

have

Objects.

mysterious

YELLOW UFOLOGISTS

the invcstigating

Chlngford

Now

object

tlons tified

it

to

by Road

about

Sluart, wilh said

a

having

follows

object

was of 17..

underath:’

ruary "I shaped

It

day

sightings

of light

the

five and

on

experience,

per

quickly the

are

checked.

ofT

Ihe

at

sho ts experts say

into

During

UFO

then

their

comes but

camera by

its

lighl,

most

-

firework

the

a like

At

original

p,FQ"explosion’

not

video

also

1

camera’s

J. . UF

3

has ’tfeht

Claim.

area

the

hitest. I,r

.;. The

ot,

’up

rne

the

Ihrough

object

The named.

Ashb and . to

plus

the lar

parnoml through

SKY ORIGINS

ther,"

the phenomena up

there.

"Since

0CUJTed

The

and

them

~ent

.ytrap

on

on Johns’

Laser

fo tage Dully. townr! s

camcOrder !o/ky scveral the in

sho t liJ:ht

had to

They

.-’

light

LoIja gre n By

L I T r E ~H~~ ~.c<: ~r-n .

that’s

men and

hriJ:ht

mn ~ed Ihe

thd

:E t;N E q L j (/)8 ~HC):z: ~tJlC( :l

H

~

H Ej Z

was

area

ed

loads

mat er.

spokesman

i

earth into

A

lights

the investigation

from

held

discovered

a

mir-

ap ear d

but,

eyes

beads

.

acros

like

-

laser the it

Except

se n

of

thrown

partyPicket s Edmont ."

in

the those

Cyclops

"Lock ,. area,

come being to

from

spot.

the c e i l n g often hal s. and a

drivng’ along "It

sightings

hovering

after UFOs

in "It

like up .

he

or

ceil ng rored 30’s this was

very they

further from

life: were

in and

he

~. Shrublands

when

about at

outside

from the .

Sewell,

saw bottles he

ev ni g. Derek

said

it

Wodfr."

like large

anything

around about wel’El dancing

10

resident

to towards

a

-I

for

se n lights were outside nev r-

had

move

started away And

quite

milk "I’The

well, some

quite minutes

They

stayed said. lively. "I I

~

in

the

. .

C)~ O~

a

we elderly

after"We’ve esp cial y had

the

lights

Police

in

081 !

before Close, went 7.15pm. my fasL

of

Laughton

se n

the .

from New

what

Both

any contacting 594

police

on

the .

Station.

the

Hill Army,"We’re

Chig~ toput

over

Chigwel-

us 4797:’

rather

to Monday

Guardian-Gazet e

ot.

unusual

.

one sky. home prefers lights Epping gigantie lo ked by balls dance wasn’t sky was the light the ano ymous, the

received thought

<T CT1

minules

D

.

have

and

was

and calls be

not

no inleresled

when

But

as

\.... ,

for

brought

,

land- ofical!

the al

of

everyone

to aaid

.AFTER HAVE

the

spot.- wor-k Road. aureI’-

remain

group

aclivily.

l

I

back

were

EARTHLY

Ii

area ap ar 3fjoining

Barn

. ,

was

who

of

with

r~ eat anu o n:

’"Two

;n

pl\( le J /’" should t .-

aaid:

a

’-.~

me

quick- downtolooked cal s,

ahe she

ALIEN

of

.

children

mal

I

FEARS

not

on

mystery

60s

lights aO e.

!

\

Asl bourne

ground.

four for:

-

some said were

"

who

.’

.

But

Anyone

from hearing

I

when

IN

-

prople fintler. UI"O

on

"

back

history

GROUNDED

spoilers,

town’s Sunday

witnes S, fear.

this’

a

h:lllly

Ihree view

while.

time

for Roy Pole

,

UFOs

sl l ken

the

ridicule, walking a

who

very ~

Last

defy

waS lookinc

But

In

do

is

.

1

witnes d

Ihe

the

spot ed

Roy

were

the

sighting

want

been

.

!

was camera.

the

air. the~ fast. ap eared Kilchener "I’d hung

Barn because

is

.

became preny Roy.found

Hill activity

aerial

of

of

of

unbowed and

helicopter

mighl

the

edges.

never

in

by

London saw Stapleford incident who police says was C y n i c s the else activty. Stanstcd, ac ount "It The founder from one totally

for

the

siIC

activity.

sightings

It

do

eITect

to

reported

sighting

1994

.

phenomena

exploding

be

is

Ab ots

that

LIGHTS

.

evidence

se n

be Road

aOOUI

e"platned

of

in

.

147

.

the

sug est

silent

n’porlerl

were

fisherman

object

uplan lion. year

Fo tage remained explodes

and d a r k being UFO close Dome was the area

thre

al

i~rested

in

iotersted strange

a

who

a

ly

but

in

of

dismis ed

of

shape.

one

MAf!

terms

a

stalionary

point

ASHBOURNE

to

this

i

recent

that

and Hill

High

~drowne was~cordne e ~tI-J

in things

on

has in

pond

’the

by

UFO by

hut

and

SlUdies. 10 to

sheds

Ihe

si~hlings

of

recent

sinister for’

invC$l

Mol).

.

filmed experts

then

.,

Epping

had

objects

as

returns

of

singh~

TEL GRAPH

-

remaining

Whitehall

iris

by

the

Ave

into

off by off

have

mysterious

known

the

captured

ling At

him. Forest

sha~d doandme ga who conlaCl resarch thearea and

minutes

anything

by

cros ing

known in

which

Weald

parno-

for

that Line are is Beach says Nonh areas Ley .

bright

like

400

to

has

is

.hal

near about very 10

shaped:’

before

particu-

huge

of

be

three

which time, to

NEWS

95 that

view

my in

psrano l close

a

cal ing

lights

both airpots could

long

five of

Ministry cent

minutes

firot

moving

I

per

of

out

cur ently

Park

wa$just

_

coming

cent .

obj~ts

Defence

sight.

film clearly of

video

can or

in

it

Scho 1. .hought I

.

plane

was to

14.

Lake. any. on Roy

off

life

my yards

a

a

go

a

sho ting house, away

10 bright

at

is

Iheir

year

or

it

perhaps and

star

when orange founh

the Garner over

Flying

for

nOliced

about

are. sen

Barking-based the

and

300

student

bed Walthamstow

over feel

but

I

1 .3Opm

latcst

it

red

on

scho lboy

of

al lights

a

Snwt Thursday

Studies

prime of considered

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I SNAPPED AN IAN ALIEN .SAYS . t he-

tim~ .-r~a picru,.s thin; H....ILTON I AIan FUNNY happened to I I,TOM Ian’. &ho".<I W. p1crure-s. on Nr. . . .he the

when

at thr

Ian rook the

Macpherson the way to the reservoir.. . He was buzzed

b\’

whal he’s com’Lnced a UFO from the

..as Twilight Zone: UFO

Ih.I’s

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id.ntil.d Flying Obj." and not a f~ee.faUJ,g ..,

hubcap. clay pIgeon or a

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took as walked oJODS bonks 01 the rltl.ervolf. He uid: "J

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EXCITING seJ"\".n Re-rirf"d .. Ihe- craft be.an fo I. J.L> mO-1.’eAs IWI,", I ra.is.e-d mv camen Ind took two pho. Th.)’ beil... the pho,o, be took Cra~gh.u{ar "Tht cr.fr’5 .cc~/~ra. Reservoir; n~1f Dun. DOD ~’..s phenom~nlll_ By CQuld beolp Ie-TmIiD., rh. i wound lb.fiJm OD .’aJ’dor in lh.f JJQ.’_" prove. I.he e-xislenc. of lan~s Surt j[ wl:S aJj~n craft. And expens.ire in,him ’ll’eor)’ storiousL)’,

nons

tures are really remark. .ble. J holve Dever seen

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Malcolm RobLn. 0’ S~r.ng" PhcnomcoE’1ii1 In’V.euiga to

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Maria Ward will never forget the night of November 21, 1990. She was

abducted as she slept in her own home, subjected to terrifying abuse and raped. Doctors who treated her injuries.-were appalled and implored ----_.- ------ - .---her to contact the police. But Maria didn’t dare... for she believes her --~

terrifying ordeal was carried out by ALIENS. Maria is just one of thousands of men and -_..~---.~-

women in Britain who claim to ----- .-.have been snatched by visitors from outer space for bi:r.ar.e experiments. Most remain silent for fear of ridicule and live in a dark world of terror and

Because we

understand how bad a migraine can feel

-

shame unable to reach out for help. But now Maria has broken her silence in a bid to help fellow victims and, she says, force the Government to admit they are

hiding the truth about aliens. And UFO experts estimate that up to

1 in 50 people in Britain have endured

1\ drains you. You’re alone, trapped hy the pain.

II’s sickeninj!. You miss out on life’s pleasures.

Migraleve was developed hy a research phannacisl who understood migraine hecause he suffered it himself. lIe made sllre provided a complete answer (or so that when all migraine symptoms. lie made lakcn carly, it rOllld swiftly slop a migraine in its ’"rks. H YIIU suffer (rom migraine, J’.1igraleve was made (m YO\!.

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object

THE UFO THAT’S

but is

it

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UFO

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an image

outer

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of the

THE

MEN

camorde’.

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The Mail on Sunday, February 20, 1994

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VIDEO MYSTERY OF THE UFO THAT’S BAFFLING THE MEN FROM THE MINISTRY

CATCH OF THE DAY, The li.hermon’. .ideo of Ihe donling, .ilent obje<l -

hut i, it a

UFO

o. on image

01 Ihe

13.

camcorder’. iritl The MoD i, ,till inn.ligating

It came from outer

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snace . . . or did it? ~_,m"""’i""’

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GUlLTV! The In’ 0’ the MC6

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Nerves

By NICK FIELDING and RICHARD HELLER

aircraft.

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Cot1e-n.gue5 ~)’)PCulated

V

th.t It could ber: amcomer pri.m eflect lens. caused by And th.t WRS ...hoed by Dr Peter

Broads.’

the-

Andrews. of the Royal

Observawry. Cambrld",..

’Thank you, sir, Could you please put the details on this official form l’ It w\W s ilke :script lor ’11\e

Even Phtllp Mantle, dlrecwr or

Investlg.tlon. for the British UFO Research Assocl.tion, thought. thp. ImA.gp. WA.~ if’ltheJ’ nn aircraft or an optical effect. Fln.lly, we ""nt the vldro 00 MarUn Hn.nMn. Of PR.nasonic.

a.

Men From The Mini~try. But no.

n h,pp"n.d 00 three resJ>Onsl1)l~

genuinely believed UnldenUfled

.n On y~.r. M.rk WlIklns, BUI Deuters .nd OCwber 23 IRSt

Steph.n Farro.., lrom

EYES IN THE SKY:

Dagenham. E.c;sex. went fishing on RoUesby Eroad in Norlolk. And, IL’ usual, they took Mark’s Panasonic MC6 camcorder to film

Th.t day, though, the wind made them abandon the trip Rt 3 pm.

W-as

th.lr g~ar,

lens looked object. first was near the horizon. It was coming straight. at us over our heads. As I zoomed in it turned Inw an Intense di.mond: Bill swpped filming after about six seconds and thf’n all three eaw very bright Ught move over

.

th.m, south to north. Th~y thought It might be militAry aircraft, but. It made no noi~. The trio thought no mOTP B.oout It until thpy played the tape mct. It hRd captured R bril{ht

d...lded

MoD,

Steve suddenly shouted Rnd pointed at ’this bright light a long way away’. he recalls. Bm pointed the cameorder at it could ’Through

Fr.....

the left, Bill

-or

foe? Should the It fr md nlition’s guns be pointed skywards? Their tUrn went to tht!’ official the nerve centre of our defence extra-terrpstrials Mr N. G. Pope, 01 the (AIr Stoff) 2&.

at.

-

a.ga.in:’5t

.n IrisWhen open, type fitted n odel Iris me,’ he said. A coDeague found 00 01 the

object which tumoo tnto a distinct diamond :;hape. The images looked so authentic that 00 send them to the they

their cau,h.s,

not believe wh.t h. It the .-Ilk.At. .and.n Intensely gro..ing It

c.m.no Iris Image to

’Looks like a

they had sighted Flying Object,

A.

B.rnle

P.n

- over the Norfolk

-

steRdled by

Forward. senior In~ctor at th@

saucer full of Martians firing gamma-ray guns

But RII they unloaded

10....A.

c....cord’"

Aircraft Accident b1vestlgation Branch at Famborough. which Am jet &tter exomln.d the the Lockerbie disaster, He pronounced the Imoge to be an

’HELW.get me the Defence Secretary! I’ve Just seen a flying

ell....n. ..ho

PcmcrlOni

Sec...torlat

Horizon

Deule.., Stephen Farrow cmd Mark Willli... d.te,

bri~f Hi-;h08.x~~.

Rut not this one. Is vuy p cl!;e. ’The Ministry of Defence’s only concern with UF’Os Is to establl5h whp.thpr or not

or

t.hf’~

Bunday. And we rushed It

Network Security

.nd

The M.teorologlCRI Office London W.ather Centre said It not a weather bAlloon. The ttAf" and civil aviation 8uthorities eliminated military a~rcl"Rtt and North Bea helicoptern. 7ben Great Yarmouth cOA.slguard told us that the night after the

WA..~

h.ve

o-r

ha-d

t.P.n ...porting

a caU miles lrom Rollesby Brood a bright Should we fight or liee? Why calm when It cost.s so liltlf’ to panic? We comHlltRd moM’ f’Jepprt."’I.

sighting they

lia....

al~

13

M.nogement In

Briefing

But before he could scramble our fighter defences, Mr Pope had to 1011010 Ministry procedures. ’It would he continu.d, ’00 further d.talls, so I attRchp.d a co y of the form we use to record details of sighUngs.’ Al1ow.ng another month two 00 set up Ministerial committee to study It, the little green eh.ps would now be In Downing Street, FortunRte1y, the three men 5Pnt thf’lr vldro to The M I1 on

.

to

M"ylair, Jon W klin, of the company’s lorensic video section, was mystified. ’As far as I eRn determine. It d.plcts a genuine object: he said.

V.t,

the MC6. which regulates the going Into the camcorder created a

-li~ht

dl.mond sh.pe. The Mall on Sunday belteves thl. exp.lains the startling image.

for analysis. At the .xpem sorohl5t1CRted I.bornlorles 01

th....t:

...5ponded y..r....pom h.ve h.lp: satellites, aircraft, weather baUoon5, lightning, m~teorltes Mr Pope 00 258 Most of UFO slghtlngs la5t were quickly ex l:R.im~d as

a...

any threat to the security of the we United Kingdom, To evidence that not aware of would Indlc.te the existence of he wId the three such a men soberly. later in the same I.tter 01 Janua.ry 7, Mr Pope could not restrain his enthusiasm: ’Your vidro Is Intriguing and certainty one of the most interesting I have !’Ieen. I have to say tha.t no expl.n.tlon springs 00 mind:

a.ny

Picture: HIIGH PINNEY

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MORE mysterious sights have been reported in the skies by local UFO watchers. Psychic Peter Gregory, of MablethofJ~e were seen m ’Skywatch,said that flashing lightsbetween 7 and the sky at Markby, near Alford, .been nigbt. 1bese c .8pm.Jast.Tuesday aircraft, but more baffling are reports of a red ball of light going to earth and, a few seconds fterwards, a green ball going almost to earth and disappearing, .. There was a lot of activity In the skies that and Mr is Gregory studying a vi.deo night wing six to eight flashes at the same time. The flashes were watched for about an hour. Mr Gregory has checked with the range at Donna Nook and with RAF Waddington but no explanations have been offered. "It is a total blank. It is very, vcry strange. Some of the flashes are quite strange. It seems four to happen every Thesday. 1llere have on Thesday. We WIll keep accounts of uur eyes open, he suid. The next meeting of Mablcthorpc Sl,:ywatch is on February 28 in the Remj~gton

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A UFO group has been set up to keep watch on the night sky over Swindon. Musician Stephen Sheerin~ and some of his UFO-spotter fnends who go out searchmg the skies twice a week are forming the club. They plan to have monthly meeting;s with guest speakers as well as ’night skX outings". Stephen doesn t believe in flying saucers but he reckons he has had a close encounter with a triof mystery lights. It happened when he was one f a group of about 30 people from all over the world who congreated at the top of Silbury Hill ear Avebury. "None of us knew what we went

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Shoppers spot UFO over store’s car park been wondering to myself if r was seeing things but my husband backs me up and he is a very logical man. "It was unidentified and it was flying so, yes, it was a UFO. "I am desperate to talk to anyone r have always who saw it as believed the light can play tricks on your eyes, especially at night, but this was nol a trick" Mrs Clarke has asked ror anyone else who saw the craft to gel in touch with She said: "It was covered in lights, hundreds of them, with one flashing on the top. . "r am sure other people must have seen it. I cannot understand how so many people missed il. "I am beginning to even doubt it happened myself because r have never seen anything like it." UFO sightings that are reported to the Civil Aviation Authority are referred to the Ministry of Defence. A spokesman for the ministry said the sighting would be logged and investigated by 8 secretariat aedicated to the subject. Anyone who wishes to contacl Mrs Clarke should do so through the Walford Observer, 124 Rickmansworth Road,Watford WDI 7JW.

SHOPPING at Tesco in Rick- have mansworth was an unforgettable experience for a couple who looked up to see a craft "the size of a hundred aeroplanes" overhead. The myslerious craft, shaped like an eye and covered n lights, appeared in the sky as Mr Barry Clarke and his

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He himself has tured’ one of the flying denly switched channel objects on video. for no appeient reason. He says: "We’re Dot Skywatc:h has alcranks and we’re not ready staged one meetsaying these are visita- ing in Mab!etborpe but tions from little green they are still looking men from Mars. for interested people. Mr Gregory can be "However. there ill definitely some unexplained activity which

denied. handful of generals and officials, in a Hollywood ven<ion of the story. Spielberg says: "I’m a UFO enthusiast and I’ve known about this secret

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THE sensational truth is soon to be revealed

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was mystified. "There was foil which couldn’t be torn or even denled." he

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one of Spielberg’s team. "There has been a huge cover-up to prevent lhe public knowing the facls. We will tell the story Bodies exactly as it happened.It beg’lln on the night of But,just as the two local radio stations were broadJuly 2, 1947, when a shaped object was spotted casllng this aslounding flying over an air foree news, they received an base near tht: slt:epy eity order from Wash ngton lo of Roswt:ll. New Mexico. cease transmission "for Soon af\erwards, almost national security reasons". 100 miles out in the desert, Meanwhile, .200 miles there was a thunderous away, on the remote San explosion. Agustin Plain, engineer The next day, a rancher Barney BarneU and a stumbled across wreckage group of archaeology stuand called in the authori- aents were trek king towards a huge metal lies. U.S. Air Foree Jesse Marcel arrived, but object. H was tne craft’s

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To mark the Year of the Family the BBC 1s staging a live attempt to communicate with other beings and embrace what Mr Rawcliffe calls the Universal Family. Radio presenter Allan Beswick team R wclifTe and uFo a’ exPert Jenny Randall in moment of broadcasting history. The Manchester-based GMR station will beam out snippets of life on earth to give a potted picture of how

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Loch Ness The world was originally covered In water so GMR are planning to play Handel’s Water Music overlaid with whale calls,

dolphin noIses and the sound of the sea. They hope whatever lurks In outer space will recognlse the sounds and

respond In kind. A BBC urtlt In Scotland will also play sound effects over Loch Ness In an attempt to communicate with alien llfeforms. The programme will be broadcast on February Mr Rawcllffe, a senior lecturer at BJackpool and the Fylde College. said: "This Is a very exclt1ng Idea. I am convinced that there Is something out

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cockpit and inside were the of four aliens. Barnett claims; "The heads were big, round and bald.. The eyes were small

and oddly spaced. "They were between lhree and four feet tall, with long rmgers. You could see they weren’t human.""

The military’s officlal photographic record of the diseovery was made by Nicholas Van Poppen who look hundreds of stili .

plelurcs and several reels’ of cine film. He WII$ made to hand over every fnmt: to Intel. lilence experts and warned never to reveal what he had seen. But he says: "Three of the aliens had been badly In the mutilated crash but the fourth

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sion and it

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Some of the UFO wreckage was taken to an air base in Ohio. but although most 0 f it was stored under armed guard in Hangar 84

at Roswell." Even today, Hangar 84 is guarded and sealed. The damaged bodies were cremated, aceording to another eyew1tness, but the fourth Was flown 10 a hush.hush UFO research museum on the oulskirts of Los Angeles. there, kept in a It b r. and Imown refrl~ra as The Man From

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Editors note: When Dave ’Clarke & myself were putting together Phantoms of the Sky in 1989 we asked Ra.lph Noyes to answer sundry questions which we thought were germane to the topic of UFOs, the government & the Rendlesham cas~. Our publishers cut out about 90% of the material Ral ph kindly supplied us wi th so we are prin t i ng it in full here. Al though Ralph has made grea t con t r i bu t ions to the UK UFO communi ty is still a great deal of suspicion about him over the years have had several because . of his previously held . posi tion. I ufologists, some of t,em well-known and published, who have seriously confided in me that they think Ralph is a government ’mole’ working to subvert ufology! "Above Top Secret" or "Just Doing His Job"? This is what Ralph has to say. Make your own mind up.

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fairly senior grade in the MOD and had access to whatever documents were necessary to my responsibilities. These included TOP SECRET material generally, as well as many other papers character (eg. operational orders still more restricted of a the Prime how when Minister would be advised to and specifying the to a nucleqr threat to this country.) British response ’,~fonsider r ,):7 f 1 c I ear hat m 11 h as go i n g 0 n . in the mal But I t C e1se sope r e c t y vY MOD which I didn’t kno~v about because it wasn’t relevant to the jobs I was doing: for example, I remained as ignorant as the rest of us about \ that "anthrax island" in the Hebrid~s which my colleagues in the Navy . Department succ2ssfully kept under wraps for ahout four decades until .;;,/’" 19881 (I simply didn’t "need to know" about that unpalatable episode for the sake of my own work in the Air Force Department; and nobody ever told me.) If somebody above me had wished to quite rightly conceal from me that the British or other governments were in touch with extraterr~strials, they could certainly have done so. But 1’m pretty sure that I would have ,got some intimation of this, even if concern for my career prospects might have persuaded me not to enquire further! But I never had the faintest whiff of any such thing. More important than my own testimony, however, is the fact that Admiral of the Fleet the Lord Hill-Norton, who was the Chief of the Defence Staff from 1971 to 1973, never had the smallest indication of ET contact. He was the Defence ’supremo’; nothing of Defence have been kep t from him; I I m clear from several signifi cance disc11ssions with him that he knew nothing of any extraterrestrial approach up to the date of his retirement in the mid-1970s. Those who still wish to disbelieve me or Lord Hill-Norton (on the grounds that or perhaps merely incompp.tent!) we are either deceitful or ignorant will have to consider how the supposed nET fai thfuls" in Whi have managed (for four decades?) to secure government funds, Whitehall office space, telephones, s ecre tarie s, was te-paper baske t sand tota i secrecy wit~out so much as a word to the rest of us or any diffi~ulty with the Comptroller and Audi tor General, who keeps tfuitehall accollTItable for every penny spent.

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Michael and Sylvia SEND for the Hubble tele- (Jlane-sponers of Elm Close, Huntingdon Reid, Huntingdonshire who saw "weird lights" over their scope home at around midnight that Sunhas gone UFO crazy. Last week we caHed for readers day, Mrs Reid said: "They were flyto help us solve the mystery of the

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Coun Rangzeb He said they hovered above the area for about 15 minutes and then vanished, Coun Rangzeb, Labour member for Toller, said: "They were like nothing I have ever seen before. It didn’t look like a plane or a helicopter." He said his son Fiaz, 12, had spotted Coun Rangzeb, pictured. said: "He came In all excited and told me "I have always believed that there was something out there. ] tlied to communicate with

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A NIGHT’S stargazing turned

by L VNNE ROBERTSON

into a close encounter for pensioner Stella Hamilton,

said. "All the lights on the object went out when a plane flew overhead, towards Leeds.Bradford Airpul’l." She ran to fetch husband Jack, 80, and the couple were both able tu see the craft clearly when its lights came back on after the plane had passed. "When we got a better look, it appeared more cigar-shaped with lights running across the n’fiddle," she said. Mrs Hamilton said friends had scan-cd with disbelief when she told them of her encounter but changed their minds when they read of the experience of computer operator, Jane Moorhouse, in

Mrs Hamilton, 66, of Wellington Road, Wilsden, today relived her strange experience with a UFO. She called the Telegraph & Argus after

reading about an Unidentifted Flying

Object seen over Thackley earlier this month. The pensioner described how she went to her bedroom window after hearing the drone of engines - and saw a cigar. shaped object with portholes, twinkling with lights and gliding across the sky towards Oxenhope and Haworth. "It seemed to be saucer.shaped and like nothing I have ever Seen before," she

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A spokesman for Leeds.Bradford Airport said nothing unusual had been reported in the area at the time of both sightings. Philip Mantle, of the Batley-based

Independent UFO Network, said there had been a number of similar sightings nationwide in December - including two in the Bradford area. Anyone with similar sightings can contact Philip on 0924 444049.

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described how she and husband Derek watch a 20ft.!ong grey torpedo-shaped object float about 150ft above their home earlier this month. UFO expert David Barclay uf Shipley, said there had been about 20 similar. sightings in 20 years, all of which remained unexplained.

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people had to tell people 10 percuhar rotatmg bursts Manager of Panliles, move on aftcdhey have bcc:n of light had been spotted Graham Bellwood, bas bcc:n slopping on the M3 to see in the sky over tbe inundated witb telepbone [t’s amazing the interest that to this hu caused." calls from people Christmas period. The club ba, taken dowf.f The mysterious vision was find out whal the light the ’Sky Trekker’ this in f8(;t II high powered beam, display is. used II special e trecl by Palltil,n Club in London’ Bagshot CIOlSgow Sund;;y The rotating beam which is called a ’Sky Trekker’ givc:8 the effecl of a windmill 9 and can be seen throughout the A$eot area. II was erected outside the dub for two weeks over Christmas as a promouon, Amazed motorists have abo be slopping their can on the hard shoulder of the M3

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I am the sort of person who is never happier than when trying to believe eleven impossible things before breakfast. To prove I am flexible as well as daft, I

decided to watch the soberly named Inter. national lLFO Sensation, an hour-long documentiry buried, but not quite deeply enough, in BBC2’s mid-afternoon schedul. ing on 4 January. At one level it was a marvellously wacky programme. UFOs and their inhabitants are apparently not immune to fashion. Little green men are out and small grey citizens with no ears, no eyebrows and three to four digits per hand are m. But the Extra Terrestrials were not the stars of the show. I was riveted by the solemn, earnest, glassy-eyed witnesses re. telling in monotone their close encounters. Of course, conspiracy theories abounded and they are very contagious. It flicked through my mind that most of the witnesses seemed to have unnecessarily large ears, but .1 got a grip on myself and addressed the underlying mystery of the programme the unexplained absence of any real production values. The programme had been bought in, with licencepayers’ money. It felt like schools broadcasting - by which I do not mean somcthing made for schoolchildren hut something made by the Lower Fourth as an alternativc to macrame. There were some unforgettable moments, however. The subject-matter was more than Most of the witnesses _______. .. . _ . ~___frivolous. were dull but completely plausible. Just occasionally, someone would begin normally enough and then go into orbit. My favourite was a chap who remarked in a throw-away line that of course the Third Reich was in cahoots with the Extra Terrestrials. Everything from the fruity to the fairly obvious was seamlessly joined by an invisible transatlantic humanoid. No statements were challenged. Apparently the good ETs have issued warnings against bad ETs but have issued no guidelines about appal1ing documentaries. If you cannot get lively television out of alien intelligences poised to take over the world, chopping up American cattle and irradiating everyone they come into contact with, what hope has a Television History Workshop production on the politics of education policy over the last 50 years? Answer every hope. From Butler to Baker: education for Ilvlng (BBC2, 4 January) was excellent. The first of a

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the ground. "I was so excited I just don’l know whal this was. rang my mum and dad from a near- ’There was definitely something up watched for more by phone box to lell them what I there because it was causing turbuthree minutes as a lence in the: douds." ’’The body of the crafl was not was seeing," said Helen. Her parents, Pauline and Michael v isibIe, I could only see the lights saucer-shaped UFO flit- and there was no engine sound, (I Booth, then watched the UFO from Spotted ted over Arnold. was about Ihe size of 8 dual car. Surgeys Lane. said he it was Michael thoughl The Easl Midlands branch of the Shocked legal cashier Helen ri_ageway in diameter. between 2,000 and 3,000 feet up, II UFO Research Association said a Booth, of Surgeys Lane, disappeared when the lights just similar object with electric blue Convinced Arnold, was one of many witflickered oul. rings of l ght had been spotted nesses, "( have never seen anything like People are also reponed to have The: 23-year-old was parking her this before, bUI ( have an open mind seen the three-tier UFO above Duke above Mansfield in November. Investigator Tony James said thai car to visit the: corner shop in and I am convinced il was a UFO." Street in Daybrook al about the throughout December they had had Calverton Road when she noticed a same time. Two other adults and a woman and child looking up at the er also walched the bright hoops, Michael, who works for the city numerous. separale repons of bat!sky. They all said the lights were not council, said: "You hear aboul these shaped lights, aboul the size of a "I got out and saw above me thrc:e attached 10 any visible beam from things and I am quite scepticaJ, bull car, over NOltingham.

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As convinced scepcics on this subject, you can imagine our astonishment when, driv. iug home Irom a late.night jolly in East Devon recently, we sponed an unusual group of lights, low in Thl’ northern sky, where no lights should have been, On stopping the car, we got a good view of them, and now our incredulity was extreme; a group of small, bright lights, twinkling red, blue and green like low.lying st~rs, but in a quarter where no such Hars are to be seen, and moving slowly from east to west. Their configuration - weB, I can only say that they looked ro me like nOlhin~ so much as the outline of a smalJ pig, whereas my wife was remind. ed of an apple.tree in Iruit. Before we could really be. lieve our eyes, they accelerat. ed and disappeared at tremen. dous speed in the direclon of Burlescombe. Now a convinced UFO.spot. ter, I should be fascinated to know whether any 01her of your readers noted this extra, ordinary phenomenon, or can offer any rational explanation.

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WATCH THIS SPACE.. . Jane and Derek Moorhouse keep an eve open for more aliens flving past their living room

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COMPUTER operator Jane Moorhouse had a close encounter in her back garden after a

20ft-long UFO swept overhead.

Mrs Moorhouse,52,watched n amazement as the grey torpedo-shaped object floated silently over her Thackley home and down the Aire Valley. But the mystery object was not picked up on radar at Leeds-Bradford Airport, which had only one flight in the area, and no other sight. ings were reported. Mrs Moorhouse and hus. band Derek were watching TV at home in Thackley View in the afternoon when they saw the Unidentified Flying Object through their window. "Wewent outside and stood watching it for about two to three minutes as it went over," she said. "It was about 150ft up and had no wings or anything like It looked like a plane without wings. We couldn’t work out what it was and we

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still have no idea." Bradford is known by UFO

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cus with scores of sightings on the hills and moors. UFO writer and researcher David B rclay. of Prospect Walk, Shipley, said the same object had been spotted about 20 times in the past 20 years. "]have seen it myself. It is very strange thai in all this time, nobody has come up with an explanation."

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DId you see Ihe Thackley Torpedo? II so, rIng the Telegraph & Argutl UFO Hotline on Bradlord 729511 ext 203.

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