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ruE VOICE of Ih~ spokesman lor His Excellone> Ja,’i~r P~r~l d~ Cu~lIar, the former Uni ~d Nalion, Secrttary-G~n~ral, conveyed slrained digni!)’. "]fe~1 very comsurpri.. and famble in [~!ling you now, on his behalf, that

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I believe Doreen FishQuite frankll it is no use lock.

’people (r’they believe to my surprise the object came to a halt, 111 UFOs. If you have seen whereupon I jumped up to one of them you don’t have the window for a better to ’believe,’. and if you haven’t - well what can view.

I came out of my fiat one dark morning on my way to work about 1950 and I could hear a humming noise in the sky. . Almost above me and the’ you say? All this leaves me with, I looked up and saw what row of houses on our street, it began to aimlessly zig-zag the feeling that there is a looked like a very large

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I SAW a UFO on Jan-

uary 1, 1991 in Brixton Hill, and I wasn’t the one of ol!J;L one. I was FIVE people who.saw it on that clear, bright but cold evening. It was travelling east

whole new ’ball-game’ going modem circular fluorescent It was blueish white light. somewhere! After five-IO seconds it. onThe’ hovered for a while and it it 88 situation, off once more. sped I have been in touch with stands, is that the people then turned on its side and at high Mrs. Fishlock and she has you tell wait for it feel disap~ared I didn’t know about UFOs from west and was sUent. It kindly replied, giving me a bit sorry for you. All I can say 18 that what in those days and I have was a mass of orange light, her own first.hand it across the sky.

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secret Wiltshire location this year. Andover’s expert, Busty Taylor. told the Andover Advertiser that routine samples sent across the Atlantic led to a request from the investigators for loca] enthusiasts to retW"11 to the site with a magnet. "Stones and corn stalks stuck to the magnet," Busty reveals. "The

successful effort to allow investigators unhindered efforts to unravel the mystery. What has hit newspaper headlines in.’93 is the frequent sightings of UFOs which happened In the Andover area and a]so at Marlborough and the ancient SUbury Hill on the

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THE GLASWEGIAN

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STAR-struck James Lesl goes back Menock Road

King’s Park II years to the d alter he saw

HIE have aD, at some time or other, witnessed strange lights ill the sky. Some can be e:c /a red logically. But others are more thall just a trick of till! light. ’2 j 7l{ /11 recent years, Glasgow has become a hots ot for UFO sightings. But aile man has never forgotten his own close encounter ten years ago this week.

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hi~ Glasgow clo~t" t"n ountt"r with a in the south sid" of Glasgow. Uf’Q And dcsp C’ ~hc filer it W::IS ~lmQst 10 ~e-ars ago to the day, Jam.. Lelt" has only lold memhers of hn ImmcdlOl:r~ fa.mlly and UFO in\lif’Stlg.1tor Ron Hillltd.1.)’. .It in~i!i.rcd now,kC’c-pht fe-afs fe-abeingI name SI:((t’f bc-(::1USt. up forB’"

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in Otley in the n ddle of the mght, it’s difficult to know what to think. tr Is he susceptible to strange dreams? Has he a vivid imagination? Is he a

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None-o( descrip ons seems to apply to Nigel Mortimer. He gives every ap. pearance o( being a down-tochap with a wife, a couple o( kids and a COW1cil Qal in Derry Lane, Menston; someone who, apart Crom an interest in space technology, had never given much ~ought to whal might be going on in the outer atmosphere. That was W1til early one moming back in 1980 when he was asleep in his bed in

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Hovering He says that alter hovering for a bit, the object Goated olf over the hills towards Menwith Hill, shrank into just a point of lighl then vanished "It was almost as if ) was in a dream state and when il diaappeared ) (elt a great sense ol emotional loss, as if 50melhing had been taken away from me." Nigel knew what would happen in the clear light ol day.

believe it? Jean Endersby pursues a goal wlch can’t be identified

it. "So

Sometimes Ihere are logical explanations lor the appear.. ance of unusual sights. Shooting stars are commonly mistaken lor UFOs, as are nicks o( the light in certain meteorological conditions. Even Nigel, alter 13 years’ practice, he I has made some ’ ’misidentifications’. I But of the phenomena which do not have logical explanation? Nigel has a range

and pul it on the bedside table to prove fd been up," he said. Next moming, Nigel went off to his job as a castings

clerk with Sinclair, the Otley sta onery manufacturers, intending to tell his colleagues. But before he could do so, the switchboard operator told him about an experience her mother had had the previous night she had seen a strange, yellow lighl hovering over the

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Not surprisingly, Nigel’s encounter with the unidentified flying object had a profoW1d . . effect on This former Jlkley postman is the sort of person who likes to get to the bottom of things so he started researching into UFOs and other W1explained phenomena. He isa member of the British UFO Research Association and Ihe West Yorkshire UFO Research Croup, both of which monitor and record sightings by the public of unexplained phenomena, of which there have, he says, been hundreds in the Wharfe

him.

Valley. And the more he delves, the more he becomes convinced thaI aliens do exist outside the

gina ons of r -makers. Not that he gOBS for the idea . that all strange sights and to make sure I wasn’t sounds are caused by people still in bed and was dreaming wilh long, pointed ears decidthe whole thing, I took an ing to have a day . or rather ornament from the windowsill night. out in Wharfedale. Everybody, includinghimsell, would think he had dreamed

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says. "I find thaI. they either want to know more or Ihey shut you oul of their lives completely," Things could be worse though. Marriages of ufologists have cracked under the strain. But Nigel’s wife Debbie, while not sharing her husband’s en-

thusiasm for UFOs, is prepared to tolerate his W1usual hobby.

A Tocimorden policeman who, a few years ago, claimed he had been abducted and: held by aliens for an hour, lost his job. That incidenl was linked to the story of a miner from Tingley who went missing lor a week after popping out for a bag of potatoes; and was [ound dead of a hean attack on a coal tip, also in Todmorden, in circumstances so mysterious that it led urologists to think he too had passed through the hands of aliens. Nevertheless, Nigel is con. tinuing with his research and, now he is no longer a postman, hopes to make a career out of

it. He has spent three years

writing a book, The Circle and the Sword, about local sightings and has started giving lectures. He is keen to hear from anyone else who has seen

unusual phenomena in this

area.

However, he does wonder how much interest the general public takes in UFOs. "If they showed an alien on the television news to prove they exist, I bet most people would react by asking when Eastenders was going to be on,. he said wryly.


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THE European Parliament is being asked by an Italian MP to establish a centre for tracking Unidentified Flying Objects. All we can say is that it takes one to recognise one. For ,this magic gravy train ot a parhament which vanishes and materialises throughout the year with multilingual hubbub and enonnous expense at 8trasbourg and Brussels must surely rank as Europe’s very own UFO extraordinaire.

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Tullio Regge, who is respon. whether Europe’s putative abil- existing 12 member states are sible for producing the commit- ity to communicate with extra- already chary about taking into

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tee report, is understood not to believe in the "metaphysics" of acknowledged its failure to bring UFOs, The committee, however, Euro-doings "closer to the citi. notes that Sepra has reported zen", is being offered the chance 2,300 cases of UFO sightlngs in to plug another communications the past 15 years. Some were gap by setting up an EU obser. hoaxes, some could be explained vatory to watch for unidentified rationally, but more than two. nUhs could not easily be flying objects. The proposal comes from the explained. A Belgian institution called energy, research and technology committee of the European Par. Sobeps has logged 1,500 sightliament. which wants to turn ings based on reports to the gen. Fnlllce’s Sepra space study unit darmerie, while the Italian air in Toulouse Into a fully nedged force reported 32 slghtings last year. Euro.institution, Some EU officials wonder The Italian nuclear physicist

The European Union, which at its last five summits has

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terrestrials would compensate for its inability to reach its own

citizens. Were the plan really to take wing, it might further compli-

cate Europe’s integration process. The eventual prospect of intergalactic integration, for instance, might severely tangle controversial Euro-issues such as subsidiarity - whether measures are most effectively taken at

local, regional, national. panEuropean, international, and HOW. interstellar

level.

On enlargement, more parochial officials among the

Euro-

the Union four new Nordic and alpine countries from the pean Free Trade Association, referring to them as "Eftans", It may be argued that It is mature to expect such member states to adjust to the Idea of linking up with Martians so soon after Enans, But the Eurppean Parliament committee insists that Europe should stop looking Inwards and raise its gaze to new potential neighbours. "The possibility that aliens have established a base in the asteroid belt cannot be ruled out," it says.

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THE WEIGHT ofevidence in favour of a worldwide UFO cover-up by governmen15 is now reckoned by insiders to be so great that someone, probably America, must be on the brink of blowing the gaIT believes television presenter Dave Barrett. But as with any subject, if

you don’t want to believe the huge and mounting piles of evidence, then there is prob-’ ably nothing that will ever persuade you maybe not

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even the evidence of your own eyes. Dave, who will be speaking in Bath this Sunday alleges there are strange gaps in Government information that is released at the end of 30 years, When investigators make inquiries about UFO incidents within that time they are told that, unfortunately, fire destroyed that particular bit uf information. Since UFO’s hit the headlirles a!\ef the war in places like Warminstl’r, a stl1~IJ but

says tnat of all the tOpiCS he introduces on radio and TV the subje of UFO’s always incites the most interest. The meeting, to which dedicated army of enthusiasts have been busy com- anyone can go along. is piling information. being held on Sunday, Alongside them. unfortu- November 28 in the Pavilion, nately. have been cranks Bath at 7.30 pm. 011 the platform with who have succeeded in confusing the issue and seeing Dave wi I] be two world ofT those influential people experts Oil UFO’s - Timowho might otherwise have thy Good. author of books taken the UFO cause more like Above Tup Secret and Alien Liaison and George seriously. But while it’s tcue there Wingfield an export on Crop are huge numbers of ordi- Circles and UFO’s. There is, Dave says, an nary people who laugh openly at the mere mention increasing amount of UFO of UFOs, others like Dave activity again in the West Barrett are firmly convinced Country. that aliens have not only This weekend’s meeting looked down at us but have will present the eVidence. actually landed cra!\ here Whether or not you believe some of which have been it will be entirely up to you. recovered by the authorities Tickets for the meeting and which are now kept in cost l6 and c:.In be obtained secrl’t. The evidence for either from the Theatre such a view, says Dave, is Roy;,1 box omc!.! in Bath or overwheJming. from the Bath Investment HTV’s BuiJdlnj.( S"ciety in South. D;,,,l’. whn

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Diamonds In Dales sky A STRANGE diamond-shaped

urlidentified flying object has been seen in the skies !luove

St’doergh ,-<)L’ On Frida at about 7.15am, a woman, who does not wish to be named, says: "I noticed this.strange very bright light commg up over Holme Fel!

st~ges.

in three It was stoppJng, hovering, snd then rising again. Then it just shot stnught up Into the air and slightly to the right and then it was gone."

Thny Dodds, of UFO spotters Quest International said that particular shape’ has been reported in a number of areas around the country. His hotline is 0756 752216.


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A NEW idea for spending astronomical amounts of money has been launched from Euro MPs’ mission control. They want the European Union to set up a centre for moniwring Unidentified Flying Objects. The scheme is the brainchild or possibly brainstorm of Italian physicist and MEP Tullio Regge.

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He l;8.ys the existence of extra-terrestrial We cannot be ruled out. ’U a little green spaceship lull ot little green men were to land in PIccadilly tomorrow, I would have

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to believe he insists. Yesterday, Signor Regge’s

view of the high salaries, the bill for running a UFO cen tre could be

the

’astronomical’. The plan is unlikely to get the go-ahead from the full MEPs would be parliament wary of spending more of the

won the backing 01 projXl5a.1 European Parliament’s

energy committee.

But lo.st night, some wags were suggesting he need look no further than the corridors of Brussels in his search tor ET, the extra terrestrial. siding there is a diminutive being who is otten misunderstood, sometimes uninLelligl-

Re-

but certainly Intelligent. b~e.However, while EU commis-

sion president Jacques Delors visshares the same

qui.zz.ical

age as IT, he is also renowned tor having his feet

firmly on term firma, Signor Regge does not put any exact figures On the cost of seLting up the centTC, although he sugges~ siting the proposed observatory at an existing French facility in Toulouse to reduce the bill. An orticlal 1iIlid that. in

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EU’s over-stretched tunds on such a scheme. And if by any chance It were approved, neither the commis.5ion nor member govany ernment.s would be underaccuobligaLion to act. Fresh sations of wasting taxpayers’ money on such an outlandish not to mention world scheme would deter them. As for Britain’s MEPs, they think it Is aU Glyn Ford. deputy leader of the Labour group, said: ’Europe has far more down-

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FROM EU to ET is a small step in the alphabet, but a ant leap for the European Parliamcnt. Enending its reach from the minutiae of gas pipelines to the vast reacbes of space, the brave men and women of its energy committce yesteniay proposed to set up a European centre for sightings of unidentified flying objects. The UFO has fi. nally taken iu place in the home of the acronym. The Parliament proposes to g ve the.job of alien-watching to a resc:uch institution in France, as part of its fiveyear mission to seek out new ways to spend other people’s money, Its ncw building in Brussels might SCn’C 4110 an appropriate home: the locals have dubbed it the FoIJy of the Gods and it bears more than a passing resemblance to Stareet Command. Vanous thcories are lUcked around by the report. While aliens on neighbouring planets are not regardcd as a possibility, "tbe theory that aliens have cstablished a basc in Ihe asteroid belt cannot be ruled out". Thc report’s rapporteur, Tullio Regge, an Italian Socialist, hints darkly at a kind of conspiracy that wants to use the UFO phenomenon. "There are organisations determined to manipulate the credulity of the masses for political ends," he adds. Me Regge wrote to all the air forccs of the EU mcmber 51ales, though apparcntly

saying that people should not rule out the theory "that aliens have established a base in the asteroid belt". Europeans were advised by the report, however. to treat with circumspection the si!:htings of triangular shaped UFOs which appear to have showed up around Li ge. moving at high sPt.’t.>d on the radar scrt.’e of the Belgian air force. The European Parliament,

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only the Italians replied. He

also spoke to more than 100

people workg in civil avialion, and found only one with a stOl}’ to tell, an Alitalia steward. But the repor1 is especiaIJy concerned with a spate of sightiogs in Belgium, which apparently is a mecca for the little green men.

The Parliament finds this dubious, since it maintains a lofty disdain for national institutions,and seems to think alicns should too.

more often associated with building white elephants than seeing pink ones, is treating seriously the report on unidentified flying objects prepared by Regge, an ItaJian soch ist MElt and emincnt physicist. He wants the Commission to set up a European UFO Observation Centre to collect iuformatiun about sightings by the pubJic, the military and scien tine institutions throughout the EU. Mr Reggt! is S<’<lthing about fraudsters who alarm pt.’Qple by perpetrating hoaxes, using airships with sopbisticated

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radar with a displacement of frequency that simulates the Doppler efth.1". He docs nol helieve the daiws of a [>rufe~:>OI’~ilal1ov Ulat the Russians telepathy tu L:ummuJ cate with lOft aliens who emerged from a banana.shaped flying saucer in a park in Voronezh, eastern Russia, in 1989. But Mr Regge is impressed by the fmdings of the funded SCI’vice for Assess. ment of Atmospheric Re. entry Phenomena in Toulouse, Fnmce. It cannol esliJblish a scicntfic explanation for .10 per cent of the cases it in\’estigates. "The lack, perhaps tempo. rary or at."Cidental, of an explanation in no way allows us to regard a sighting as certain proof or even an indication that aliens exist, with technolugical cupabiHt les vastly superior to our own, "l1owever, scientists still have a duty to continue researching into these cvents," he says in the rCpOl"1 cOlllmissioned by the parliaIlll’nt’s cnerj.(Y. research and lehnology COI1HUittt.’C.

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PEOPLE who rcport encounters with aliens arc no less intelligent, no more fantasy prone and no more lH<cly 10 suffer from mental disorders thilJl the rest of us, according to Canadian scientists. Patricia Cross, one of the researchers from the psychology depanment of Carleton University in Ottawa, says the increasing fascination in popular culture with "close encounters" prompted them to look for an explaniJtion. The team subjected four !:rOlJpS to it hatlCry of psychologicil! tl’stS, ;] lid lluiaell thelll iJbuut thcir beliefs in the paranormal and UFOs. One group reported losing time, being abducted or having telepathic cont:1ct with aliens. sel:ond group hall Jess intense experiences, such as seeing unexplained lights on a darJ< night. The other two groups wcre nwde up of people who h;ld never

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of the journal Abnormol Psychology. Nor did they find any significant difference in

ten with aliens r UFOs are no more mentally disordered or lels intelligent than the rest of the population. say scientists at Carleton Uoivenity. Ottawa. Mer psychologically testing

clean bill of health

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the fantasy lives of the four groups.

However, the people who reported close encounters were more prone to bclieve in reincarnation, astrology and UFOs. Cross and her colleagues speculate thm those people who believe in UFOs arc more willing to interpret events that sCLlred them as close encounters than those with less exotic beliefs, Cross thinks that several quite natural phenomena may cause people to think they have met ;Jliens. Onc is <1 condition c;IlIcd sleep paralysis, whit:h I:an Ul:cur when deep, dreaming sleep intrudes into the sh;Jllower first stage of sleep. The effect is of feeling awal<e, and sensing a m<1levolent prescnce, but being unablc to move. Cross estimates that between ]0 and 15 per cent of people expcrience this. One of the group who repurted an l1lCnsC experient:e cxplaincd that hc lay 011 his stomach ;lIId dozed oft. "Thc lIext thing 1 felt was some presence trying to gct inside my brain. 1 couldn’t open my eyes or move. . . [ wanted to escape.. . 1 couldn’t open my mouth to scream. I’m sllre I was wide ,nval<e, but I was entircly paralysed." Helen Gavaghan

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Noumgham Evening Post

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& BUDE

GAZETTE

26 NDV 1993

20 NUV 1993)

~;;0118 Spot UFO?

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A SURP ISED couple from the Week St Mary area who spotted a UFO are keen to hear from anyone else who made a sighting, c.’__ The couple were driving about a mile from their home on night, Wednesday when a very bright light passed across the road in front of them. looked about 50 ft above the ground, like a tennis ball travening very last, but making no sound,. said the woman. The 35-year-old woman, who asked not to be named because they had already had enough leg pulling, said they had racked their brains but could find no

at

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suspected UFO By David Wilkes slght ’above a Gwent councU’ . otllces be an omen other.worldJy ret- .’. Roy Lewis, of Pentwyn. tn rlbuUoi’ ’for ’th’ . Scrooge- mawr, was driving pasttwo. like col.p:lcUlr;J.t’,s~,dec1alon to liliI car wht;jn he llpotted lights tn the sky about half sack Santa? Was It the ghollt of a mile above. the council ChrIstmas future comtng to offices at I5.Slipm on Monearth to warn the hum- day. He stopped and watched buggers that Chr1tm could be cancelled for them what he believed to be a as well BII visitors to their flying saucer tlylng away. He aald: "It leemed to be civic centre? travelling about hopping, Two eye-witnesses said the strange flashing object 000 metres each hop and they saw above PonUlan. flash1ng Uke a star. But fralth Civic Centre looked there was no sound. 110 I like a huge .tar-llhaped don’llh1nk It can have been a helicopter or a plane. ChriJltmasllght. "It was juat IItunnlng to It seems too much ot a watch and so bright. It was coIncidence that the slghttng wall made In the something out of the ordl. week when Islwyn borough nary, but I don’t know full councll raUfled the what." Victoria Davies, who was decision not to alte a fesUve In the car wIth him. saId: grotto In a corner of the "I have never seen any. cIvic centre’s reception thing like It It was 80 odd. area. The grotto was axed after The speed It travelJed was councillors decided young. IncredJble, yet It was &0 . sters queuing to meet quiet." Rumours that councll. Father Chrilltmaa would lors’ absences trom thIs pose a security risk and week’s full meettng were agreed with their officers that the cost of dispensing due to extra.terrestrial gifts would be "pro- intervention remain un.

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METRO NEWS

-Birmingham-

25 NOV 1993 UFO on way

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DRIVERS using the M6 early next mODth should keep their eyea peeled for an unidentified yiDg object which is due to appear in the earlr eVCDing sky between Decem.. \ ber and 6.: . Experts believe the ject appears between sun. t and moon rise and is

ob-

contirmed.

htbltlve".

about 25 ft high. UFO spotters who can guess what the phenomODOn is can ring 0276 and may win

Dorscr Evcllmg Echo. Wcymoulli

D’V 199-~

answer.

Researcbers boped tbe answer might come by putting the lovers under bypnosis. Nothing bas yet come out or these sessions, but one member or the troop is laid to be having "inexplicable flashbacks".

Traddng

rea.Used

ODe or Ihe men be had been rubbini his nostril after the .Ii\htlng, wblcb EMUFORA Investigator Tony James believes could be a sign that the aliens bad Implanted a tracking device in the man’s The couples, all in tbelr early 20s, and from MaDswho have asked not field to be identified had driven to Newstead Abbey for a smoocb under the stars at Soon after, they ISY’ they saw a triangular object fly across tbe grounds, and hover above their cars. But when they looked at their watches, tbey lay they reaUsed that what tbey thought was a fhe-mlnute experience had lasted an

brain.

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3.50am.

I hour. Investigations by EMUFO. RA are continuing.

, WOULDco.operatlon lik~ th=k they

the presence of the UFOs. I gave Colin data including negatives of both the formations and the UFOs from Dorset area. Without the support of after the arrival of these beautiful crop the your readers this would not have been circle fonnations_ possible, I would like to thank Richard and Stuart Langdon for their The spheres of light (UFOs)have been Peacocke hard work during this very busy year on the increase over the past year not only especially. in Dorset but as with the crop circles world wide. Colin Andrews, For any readers who would like to know’ forerunner of all crop circle investigators, a httle on the above.mentioned was requested to attend the United subject (beheve me, your friends may Nations on October 22 this year with other ItJink it’s all a big hoax. but if the United researchers from around the world to Nations are taking it seriously thC!n I present to them all data that has been th, ; .!’re Is a little more to it), there is to 10

abducted by alieD5. Tbe couples say that after they saw an object bovering over their can they round an hour bad passed wblch they could not account ror, and members or tbe East Mid. Iand5 UFO Research Associa. tion (EMUFORA)believe abduction could be the

! ’~"d!~ l~edY!2"~l"~n~riously 1b N

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for the have given that to the Centre for Crop Circle Studies by g formations and the "spheres of lIght that have often appeared before or

~epo;,tl

New.tead Abbey earlier

this month now believe the YOUDg lovers could have heen

rationalexplal).ation.

prue.

Kidnap theory

UFO experts investJgatlna: a sil,lhtina: by courting couples

Anyone .who can help should ring the Journal Gazetle on 0566

86!ill1

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th~

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be a talk on Thursday, November 25, in Dorchester. ,There are only 6J tickets left, so Interested parties should book now by tele~honing (0305) 813476 as soon as possible. Now that winter is upon us, do not give up your vigil, reade~s, please eS~lally farmers,as we have had circles in ’:"Inter crops and UFO activity Is not limlled to our seasons_

Our hot1ine telephone numbers for any new readers are: (0305) 813476’ (0202) 723127, (0305)267392,

DA VID KINGSTON, County Convenor. Centre for Crop Circle StudIes, I, Pemberton Close, Weymoutb.


Woman’s Realm, London

Hundreds of’ UFOs are spotted in Britain each year... Terry Braddy, Nurse 42, was on the night shift at Hope Hospital in Sutton Coldfie1d, when she became aware of a bright light shining into the ward. Ii ’I looked out of the window and this huge appeared,’ she recalls. It seemed to be about 200 feet above ground and was the size of a football pitch. I’ve no doubts that it was a space ship. People think I’m nuts, but I know what saw. I’ll never forget it. ’It was sort of metallic, overed in flashing lights. It moved like an animated rtoon and it was strangey silent,’ adds Terry. Terry rang Birmingham irport and was told an bJect had been picked up n radar before suddenly isappearing. It was also een on radar at RAP yneham, in Wiltshire and y an amateur astronomer. Richard Lawrence of he Aetherius Society beieves that Terry may well ave seen a space ship. His group is convinced here is life in outer space nd believes that earth has een visited by aliens. ’Our founding presient, Sir George King, has n contacted telepathi. lIy by beings from ays Richard Lawrence. They have passed on nformation about science, cology and man’s evoluion. He was warned about he ozone layer in the ’50s. ’Most people feel dutyound to debunk sightings ut we keep an open mind.

.2)

eyes,’

couldn’t believe my says Tom, 52. ’There was a huge black object, like a boomerang, darting between the trees. It was reflective, the way a mirror

sha~

space,’

any UFOs can lained, but many

be excan’t.’

Tom Nicol teased his artner, Jean Ford, for 18 ears about he saucerhaped object . ’. ~.’"" he saw over

~~ereShe~ ~ft

wo months go, that is. While they

driving o Skel,rness ean suddenshot bolt

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is. One minute it was just hanging there, the next it was moving around unlike any aircraft I’ve ever seen.

I

(~ : .~saw,., \,two-"’tbeings... "~, ;.....

II

They had blond hair and were wearing blue all-In-ones, Jean Ford

Tom,’ she prighl. ’Look. ’In

the sky!’ ihouted. ’When I looked up I

J.

is believing con-

am

vinced it was from outer space. I now

~Je;ago.’

alii;

ing saucer 18

years Jean, 48, has no doubt it W<lS her se and UFO

-

sighting. ’It was only a Oceting glimpse this time, but I was quite

I scared.’ sh.:

admits.

’It

proved to me there are other

~ot1975,’

beings up there. ’I a good look at the

she adds. ’It one In was the size of a roof and shaped like a saucer. It had a window across the front and there was light inside. I saw two beings looking

oul.

They had blond hair and appeared human. They were wearing. blue all-in-ones and

disappeared after 15 seconds.’ Scientist Jenny Randles heads the investigation team al the British UFO Rese,lrch Association (BUFORA) She says that many Britons who sight ’aliens’ say they are blond, Sc;Jndi,. i,m-looking. ,\


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Andover Ad\’errj~er

8 0 CT

19.93

U~FOwatch’s .

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sightings of Unidentified

West has increased, according to a Devon specialist. Doug Cooper. a member of the British UFO Research Association and chairman of the Devon affiliated group, said: "There has been an increase in the reported sightings over the last year. My organisation alone this year has investigated 19 ings we believe were ly authentic and they were very real.to the people who

saw

Kcighky

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5 NOV .

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Mr Cooper, of Honiton, said elTorts to rule out aircraft, particularly military, were often frustrated by the Ministry of Defence refusing to identify top secret aircraft operations. But some flying manoeuvres could not ’be Mentirely of this earthw.

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saibcd IIH:rc is timc to shoot off many frames. Any photographer, faced with such a clear und ex.ciling opporlunity 10 pholograph a UFO. would certainly do ex.aelly Ihal, to ensure the m.uimurn evidence. lI’s just possible, of course, thaI it W,IS the lust frame on the film. or that indeed multiple frames were tuken. In cilher c.tse the piClUre remains \’Cry intriguing. If not. l\1u!:h Ilk!: 10 hear Mr M urphy"s ex.planalion or lhe

Sir. Reg,anJing yuur U pholograph lasl week: this reporl carries the same weakness of many olhers, If lhe photographcr had limc to go back inside to gct his ~’aI11CI.1 (as reponed) thcn Ihe UFO musl have been travelling rclutivc1y slowly. This. added 10 lhe reporled fad thatlhe objecl was moving away from him (ralher than a~T(\SS thL’ field of view). tlJilI il wl\uld re!:ede from View ~lujtL’ slowly. A modern camer.1 C<ln be wound on in less than a condilions de second. J n

I’d

m..:alh

19~

Walford Observer

single frame. ROY BUTTERFIELD.

Western Avenue. Riddlesden.

~~~ton J

UFOs

Ev~ning "’-’1: 1Qq~

News

Bright.ljght8,:"’." ,.r

OJf1

WHEN I read Mr Gordon Creighton’s latest

Icller on UFOs the other week I was, to be frank, sceptical.

However,later that evening, looking to the north over Bushey at appro:’limately 7pm,I saw a very bright light streaking across the sky before apparently descending behind the trees. II was not a plane as it was travelling too (ast

and

100 low.

I dashed through the trees to investigate further bUI, unfortunalely, I hurt my knee when I tripped on a spent!2 rocket case. I understand several other people in the Watford area saw similar objects that night. Mr 8.Ansell, HUDlercrombe Gudell5, Willford.

WE were relie"ed to read that a recent survey ,states you are not necessarily mad if you believe in Unidenti. fied Flying Objects. A team from a Canadian university gave a battery of psychological tests to mortals who claimed to have seen or even hitched 8 lift in UFOs, and concluded they were just ordinary folk ’with normal imaginations. scientists could not say if the sightings were real, but, thank the stars, they were convinced the people were not nutters. Many a dark night, they and, we confess, our good selves have gazed at the heavens, hoping that a particularly bright star would materialise into a flying saucer. But, unfortunately, we unlike some of them have never actually spied or stepped aboard a UFO. Our fascination with the skies is probably caused by watching too many episodes of ’Star Trek’, a practice now being followed by our twoyear-old daughter, who, by the way, has an vexatious habit of referring to USS Enterprise sawbones Dr McCoy

.Show US more proot. Tb~ ,....

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in"the’sky"

57]1

Beam us up, Scotty!

sightperfect-

appeared.

19 NoV

of UFOs up in SW’ Flying Objects in the South

I’

I

1’3 HOV 1993

THE num6e’r or r ported

happenings. He reveals Netw rk members are examining the evidence of nine UFO sightlngs over I

e~enlng

scotland-

19 lngs

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to an exhibition in the Landale Wilson hall should enjoy the displays, talks. demonstrations and discussions organised by the Andover Unexplained Phenomena ’Investigation Network. The network is the brainchild of Enham. resident Malcolm Terry. who has long had an interest in mysterious

two months along a, corridor about 4.5 miles wide reaching from Newbury to the Clatfords.’ A local investigation team had an exciting when Saturday me’mbers Uoned! themselves near I Wherwell. Towards Monxton they saw an object hovering about 200 feet above the ground and 50 feet in diameter and pulsating bright white and amber lights. The sighting lasted for about 30 seconds after which similar lights returned every five or six minutes for an hour and then four appeared in a line about 500 yards apart for one minute. F nally, the single light reo

m’1.~I~JV _Renfrewshire,

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t1 sh sightings

WILL the mystery of UFOs and com circles be w1locked at an event in Enbam Alameln tomorrow? It’s high)y unlikely but at least those who turn up

GREENOCK TELEGRAPH

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1307:’\V LLIAM Tell is reputed to have shot thc apple off his son’s head. 1882: THE Royal Astronomer witnessed an Unidentified Flying Object from the Greenwich Royal Observatory. It was described as a a circular object "strange celestial visitor glowing green". 1955: ANGLESEY became the first authority in Britain to introduce fluoride into its water supply. 1970: THE Sun newspaper pictured its first Page Three girl, Stephanie Rahn. LAST YEAR: FOOTBALLER Vinny Jones was fined .(20,000 by the FA for his part in narrating the video Soccer’s Hard Men.

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as ’M~toy’. We warn her repeatedly about this sacrilege. "Listen closely," we caution .. sternly. "The name is ’McCoy’, okay? And you’re not going to any more late night raves if you persist in calling

him’M-toy’." "Uh-huh," she replies obligingly as if she knows the correct pronunciation all along, looks back to the TV and asks: "\\’here’s M-toy?" Trekkies will.sympathise with our

angst and also share our wish to spot UFO or even, joy oh joy, get a trip in one. They’re bound to come to Earth some time, aren’t they? Or have they sneaked in already? Surely no.one (in a

their right mind) would have the nerve to say they had been aboard a UFO if it wasn’t true? Personally, we are convinced that one day we’ll, be able to command: "Beam us up Scotty. from our padded eelW


~~~

--Nottingham Evening Pmt

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Wolverhampton EJ(press & Slur

1 NOY 119:

~S\3 UFO-spotters not nuts,

But did "the

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earth move?

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THE POOLE ADVERTISER

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4 NOV 1993

II

Hi s interest kindled, Denis established the flying

the research, Dr Spanos and his colleagues examined the intelligence,

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UFOs.

The same tests w(’re giycn to 127 p!’ople who made no such claims. Dr Spanos said th(’y found that the sighters were no dilT!.’rcnt from the control group in intelligence, tendency toward fantasy, or

L’FO

I

suggestibility. Philip Klass, n promin[!nt UFO sceptic, said that the findings nppcur stlund study is only pre. but liminary.

_

th.:

.Ifi,ughing matter THERE’S nothing funny about Ken Johnaon - except that he uw.UFO. Is peeved

Kent Today. Lurkfi~ld

3’ NDV 1S93

.

But baker Ken of Keeble Road,West Parley U’Iat nobody will take him seriously.

Ken saw the whne and green light at eIther end of a

Then he phoned the

po-f

hovered In the sky as he cycled 10 a lice. "They lislen ed bul I mystery object which 81 $found 8 pm on Monday October could hear Ihem laughing." Cross Parley &hop at saJd Ken. "They told me to 18. . phone the Echo where Ken 21 said:1t wasn’t a plane because It stayed In one someone promised to call posJtlon.And It wasn’t ahellcopter because I gotoff my bike me back but never did: and listened and th e was absolutely no sound: Ken,who three years ago SUddenly the lights ’glided otr and one of two ftashlng all nIght ~ightingof white IJghtsclose tothe mystery objBCtwent When Ken had anstar-like oblects, $aid: came out of the shop he could stili see the lights some !h!OO It s a pity people can only distance away for two more minules. laugh >"hen faced with Immediately he retumed back home he phoned nearby, thing, Hum Alrpo.rt but he sald~"Nobody ’nlereste<!.It made UFO& ldon’tunderstand. important.I’d him to. It down to like 10 hearbe me angry. A woman there of anyone else _.told experience. who saw this object"

out.

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saucer bureau the name g ven 10 UFOs at that time. To celebrate their birthday 8 lecture entitled ’Forty years of UFOs’ will be given by famous ufolDenis ogist Win!erbourne at Ihe Friends Meeting House, Gloucester Road, at 7.30pm on November 5.

imaginntion, pnranormw beliefs and mental health of 49 people who claim to haye seen

.

10 land.

Sound

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their ’missing bour’. in my mind I’m convinced, Mr Piggott. based at Porch. "We’re all shocked by Road. Nouingham, hyp- what’s happened. We’ve had

leaps and bounds. A recent poll shows there are now more people thaI believe in

"We can’t say these sightings are real or not, but we can say that these people arc not necessarily abnormal," said team leader Dr Nichollls Spanos

was genuine." red. revolvng lighl in the n d-II I Mr Piggott, a member of the die and stayed for several min- (nternational Association of utes," said Ihe driver. who did Hypno-analysts, said it was ! I rare for Iwo people to hallucinot wanl to be named.

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a series of tests.

: ~’HtH!d. claimed. The startled couples, from ’ on his left hand side and a Mansfield, walched as the tri- brght light. "But he couldn’t remember angular object flew across the he emerged in grounds at about 30mph any more until before coming to II SlOP yards Mansfield. _ "The other lad’s story was from their parked car. .. _ "Ittwviftd 160 very similar and 1 concluded it

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"The girls were scared Qnd ran back 10 the car and we followed them. We watched il as it started to move away and OUI of the But when Ihe couples looked at their watch they realised whal they thought was had .. it five-minule experience . lasted an hour. The bemused lads called on’ the help of Nottingham analysl Rod Piggott 10 ell.plain

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Then he phoned the poIIco. "They IIstoned but I could hear them laughing," said Ken. "They told me to 18. . . the Echo where Ken 21 said: wasn’t a plane because It stayed In one phone someone promised to call position.And It wasn’t a helicopter becauseI got 0"my bike mo back bul never and listened and there waa absolutely no sound." who three years ago Suddenly the lights -glided orr and one of two flashIng hadKen, all night sighting of white lightsclose to the myslery object wenl out.When Ken threeanstar-like objects, said: came out of the &hop he could still see the lights some "II’s a pity people can only distance away for two more minutes. laugh when laced with Immediately he returned back home he phoned nearby . . thing they don’t understand. +tum AIrport but he sald~~obodywas Interested. It made UFOs may be Importanll’d It down to like him to me angry: A woman there to hear 01 anyone else -.told experience". who saw this objoct"

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UFos have changed since their first meeting in 1953. "It has gone on leaps and bounds. A recent poll Ihowl there are now more people that believe in. . UFOs than disbcliev. c:rs," he &aid. I Denis finl inlereS!ed in UFos an after his aircraft and aroWld 30 passengers mysterjously disappeared over South America, only four mi nutes before they were due 10 18I1d. . llis interest kin. died, Denis CSlablished the fiying saucer bureau the name given 10 UFOs al thallme. To celebrate their birthday a lecture entitled ’Forty years of UFOs’ will be given by famous ufolDenis ogiS! Winlerbourne al the Friends Meeling lIouse, Gloucester Road, at 7.30pm on Noyember 5.

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the Bucks Free Press to ask ifothers had seen the saucer-shaped craft flying south over her house. "It was a nying saucer and I am perfectly sane. It was so low I saw it and so big and so for about ten minutes. "The whole thing was brightlylit and was either nying very low or it was Oying high and orcoll1ss;1I size." Marlow police said they had not heard any other reports of visiting aliens. A control tower spokesman at White Waltham Airfield conto finned an airship LIghtRichard Branson’s ship Company was nYlng in the area at the time.

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his Maida Vale ftat when he heard a voice warning him to prepare to become "the voice of Inter..Planetary ParJia~ La\VTencet might accept the ment". principles taught by the soci. In yogic trance, King learnt ety of universal energy, love, that the voice belonged to a healing. But th’ey would balk Venusian named Aetherius. at accepting extra.teJTestrial He began receiving regular beings and tlying saucers. "Ifyou believe these are the transmissions from him, urg’ ing co-operation with the greatest teachings you have space people, which King ever ’come across, and then passed on to the world, and a you’re told they’re given by . small group of believers gath. extra.teJTestrials, that’s gOQd ered around him. King told enough for me," he replied. I them the extra.terrestrial . beings were humanoid, taller belief had been rein, . than us and with "cinnamon. forced by personal coloured"skin. experience, he said.’ "12 [n 1958 he received the While a student he had had to Blessings" in a transmission choose between buying a new said to come from.Jesus. This pair of gym shoes and some was described to me by Dr Aetherius Society tapes. He Richard Lawrence, the secre. chose the tapes. Shortly after. tary of the society, as "an wards, he spotted a cigar. extension of the Sennon on shaped UFO in a field, which the Mount", disappeared behind a tree. King, who is now 64, moved Under the tree he found a pair to California, where he estab, of new gym shoes, size 9. lished the headquarters of the "That, to me, was a great Aetherius Society.’ Member- sign. One of our teachings is ship in Britain is numbered in that what you sacrifice will be hunched,’;; in America in laidatrourfeet." thousands. Marie Norden-Smith, 44, In London, the society has who works for a London

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occupied the same Fulham Road premises for 35 years: a shop,front decorated with a fading picture of King, society literature and posters for courses in healing and psychic powers. What is so curious is this juxtaposition of the mun. dane -.the drab suburban street, the nice ladies offering you instant coffee in porcelain with the exotic: the cups robes, the talk of spaceships and Martians. Dr Lawrence describes the Aetherius Society as "an ecu. menical organisation". It in. corporates elements of Taoism, Buddhism, Hinduism and Christianity, but central to its belief is the existence of l fe.fonns on Mars and Venus, existing "on a higher vibra. tory level" than us. Dr Lawrence is 40, a neat and energetic figure in a blue blazer and grey ftannels. As a young man he considered entering the clergy in the Church of England but joined the Aetherius Society while at

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finance company, described herself as "a $earcher" who had found "al1 the different answers r wanted" in.the Aetherius teachings. Members of the society believe that the spaceships are sent to help us, to make us better people. "When mankind is ready, and deserves it, the craft will land:’ said Jean Berry, a retired nurse. This cannot happen a moment too soon. Shortly before the service began on’Thurs. day night, Dr Lawrence told me that the Aetherius Society took a call from a police station- he would nottell me which one saying they bad received reports of a UFO above London. The next day I called Fulham Police station to see if they had received reports of a UFO sighting at the time. They hadn’t, but they had received 12 calls around midnight about a punch-up. "It must,!’ said the duty.officer, "have been a bloody good one." .

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allowed to speak to the media. However, one American researcher at the meeting said that the main problem lies not with the way the discovery was announced but with the research itself. "If they had foUowed up the press conference with some hard data that would have been different. fm just not convinced they’ve found what they say they’ve found. There was a lot of scepticism about the assays that they used.~

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antigen, a protein at the core of the virus. But according to another researcher in the field, it is "notoriously easy to get artifactual results" with this assay. A second criticism is that Hovanessian used so much inhibitor that it could have blocked other reactions that might conceivably be responsible for HI\I’s entry into the cell. Another criticism is that the team worked with mouse cells that had been made to cam the two human receptors, an effect th t lasts only four days. Rather than being shut out by inhibitors, the virus might simply have

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UFO spotters get a clean bill of health. for millennia, ths one had been ignored by modem science,~ says Vallee. After working for his doctorate with Vallee, Keung returned to his native Hong Kong and embarked on what Vallee calls a "sleuthing operation~, slowly gaining the trust of traditional healers. In China, healers brew the root, and sometimes the flowers of the same plant, into a medicinal tea. "You’ve got to have a .real sQ’ong stomach before you want to drink what they prescribe, which is up to a litre a day of this decoction," says ’Wllee. The root extract is now available in China in tablet form. Treating alcohol abuse with drugs, including Antabuse and various antidepressants, has largely failed in the past. "It’s remarkable that here is a disease caused by a known acrive principle.. . and yet we have no drugs to Q’eat it," says Vallee. Keung and Vallee are now tryg to discover why daidzin and daidzein work to suppress the desire for alcohol, and what receptors are involved in alcohol metabolsm. They hope to find a new pharmacological approach to treating

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PEOPLE who report encounters with aliens are no less intelligent, no more fantasy prone and no more likely to suffer from mental disorders than the rest of us, attOrding to Canadian scientists. Patricia Cross, one of the researchers from the psychology department of Carleton University in Ottawa, says the

Increasing fascination in popular culture with "close encounters" prompted them to look for an explanation.

The team subjected four groups to a battery of psychological tests, and quizzed them about their beliefs in the paranormal and UFOs. One group reported losing time, being abducted or having telepathic contact with aliens. A second group had less intense experi-

seeing night.

ences, such as unexplained lights on a dark The other two groups were made up of people who had never had such strange experiences. The test results showed "no support whatsoever for the hypothesis that VPO reporters are psychologically disturbed", the psychologists say in the latest issue of the journal Abnonnal Nor did they find any s\gnificant difference in

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encounters were more prone to believe

in reincarnation, astrology and UFOs. Cross and her colleagues speculate that those people who believe in UFOs are more willing to interpret events that

scared them as close

encounters than those with less exotic beliefs. Cross thinks that several quite natural nomena may cause people to think they have met aliens. One Is a condition called sleep paralysis, which can occur

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when deep, dreaming sleep intrudes into

the shallower first stage of sleep. The effect is of feeling awake, and sensing a malevolent presence, but being unable to move. Cross estimates that between 10 and 15 per cent of people experience One of the group who reponed an intense experience explained that he lay "The next on his stomach and dozed I felt was some presence trying to t:hfuginside my brain. I couldn’t open my get eyes or move . . . [ wanted to escape . . . I

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get him died after a mys. tery fire, a Midland In. quest heard. Malcolm Pugh,i8, died at Birmingham Accident Hos. pltal following the blaze at his flat In St Mary’s Court. Willenhal!, WaJsal!.

Frightened He was found barely allve by firefighters In a room barricaded from with furnifloor to ceiling .

ture. Pathologist Dr Amal G,)ldsmith told Walsal! Coroner Aidan Coller that the cause of death Will due to waterlogged

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asphyxiation. Mr Pugh also suf(ered second and third degree burn:! to 20 per cent at his body. on the morning ot At his death, he visited Royston Blakeman, a friend. Mr Blakeman said: MHe wanted to use’ the phone to call the police and he said ’they’re coming to get me’, "He said: ’Can you see It? - the spaceship?’ He seemed very frightened. Mr Blakeman checked the hallway, but could see nothing. Fire Investigator David Topllss said he could find no definite cause for the

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need the mysterious. ple like thinkmg somebody is watching over them. It makes them feel Phi lip Mantle from

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skirts of Huddersfield, was on a night out with a friend when she noticed a

BUFORA says: ’We identify 95 per

strange light in the sky. ’I thought it was a she recalls. ’Il was small and bright, but it got bigger, then starled hurtling towards the car like lightning. It was hovering in front of the windscreen and was spherical with wings on either side. The light appeared in a split second. I drew what seen when I got home. I’ll never know what it was, but I can’t imagine it was from Each year, BUFORA re-

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cent of reported UFOs as salellites, slars, light reflections, even lasers at pop concerts. The other five per cenl we can’! exr1ain. They could be natura phenomena, they could be spaceships, we just don’t If the small, W1idenlified percentage is alien, believers could make money. Bookmakers Ladbrokes are offering odds of 250-1 that aliens from a UFO will lake over the Government within the nex.t 12 months!

know.’

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New local branch of research group opens this evening TWO of the country’s leading authorities on the crop circle phenomenon are to speak at separate meetings of the new Weymouth and Portland Branch of the Wessex Research Group, which meets on the second Tuesday of every month. This evening, at 7.30 p.m., the branch will be officially opened by Richard Andrews, Director of Fjeld Studies at the Centre lor Crop Circle Studies. who will give a practical demonstration of dowsing and liS uses for crop circle

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On January 11 Busty Taylor, a pllot and photographer. will show unpublished pictures and talk about a ’possible UFO connection with crop circles. Both are featured in many best selling books and videos, and have appeared on TV. The Wessex Research Group is non.profit making and organises talks and discussions throughout the area on topics which come under the broad Mading of new age. Local branch meetings are held at Annexe XTl at Weymouth College, Cranlord Avenue. Admission is [2.50 (U.5O for concessions) and refreshments will be available.


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SOVIET UFO SECRETS The breakup ofthe former Soviet Union opens up a hidden vault ofIran Curtain UFOfiles.

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meeting was ever complete without food. Whether tea and "special occasion" cookies offered by a government biologist who studies reported UFO landing sites, or the homemade cabbage pie served by a retired Red Army colonel who ran an unprecedented ten year study of UFOs in the former Soviet Union, we never len an interview hun. gry. Our Russian hosts were warm, sincere, friendly and, despite fixed incomes that amounted to liuk more than 25 or 30 US dollars a month, happy to share a meal with their American visitors. They also shared with us the secrets of decades of slUdy into the UFO phenomenon in the vast Soviet empire. During our IO-day Russian stay in March of this year, colleague George Knapp and I met, and conducted lengthy interviews with, a previously hidden echelon of researchers and scientists, dedicated professionals who had pursued their interest in UFOs during Ihe long, dark reign of the Communists. Their t ndings were not known to the outside world-until now. Among our contacts: One of the a.rchitects of the Russian "Star Wars" program who emphatically claims the exchange of information between alicns hUlllans was i,H.:orpuraleu in Russian "bealll weapon" technology; a Moscow professor who has spcnt 30 ycars studying reponed UFO landing sites. including many in and around Moscow; a Russi.1Il scientist with t rst-hand knowkdge of the reponed crash New Mexico in 1947; a quiet. or a uro nC;lr shadowy figure who he:uJs thl: ongoing Ministry of studics inlO UFOs; ;md .111 alllhor ilnd SL’il..’I1’ tist who becam , in essel1l:e, a non-person for talking publicly about the UFO phenomenon. The trip to Russia took seven monlhs 10 set up and was arranged by our man in Moscow, Nikolai

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Kapranov. Kapranov is a Russian physicist who served as Security Advisor to the Soviet Parliament. We met Kapranov during a lecture lOur of the United States. The UFO subject, it seems, had been talked about for years among Kapranov’s circle of fricnds and associates, including scientists, military officers and KGB operatives. We set Kapmnov lip in Moscow with an ofl!:e and a s:llary anu asked him to see whal hard information he could tind. What we had hoped, as odd as it sOllnds, was 10 find out a linle of what America knows about UFOs by talking to the Russians. 11 has long been assumed if the US government were secretly monitoring UFOs. the same might be going on in the Soviet Union. If the American government had been stockpiling lhis inforOCTOBER 1993

ll1:!tion under the nation:!l security blanket, maybe the

Russians had been doing the same. We at! know how little our government has made public 0/1 the subject, but this was a new day in Russia. The new freedoms the Russians were experiencing might extend to the subject of UFOs. Maybe the veil of secrecy would be lifted, if only to offer a peek. But it wasn’t going 10 be easy. When we stepped off the plane at Moscow’s airport on that bone-chilling. late winter evening, the New Russia’s ongoing political turmoil was as much on our minds as the UFO rcscan:h we had come 10 do. The emerging democracy in this post-Communist era had spawned tension and upheaval. During our stay, loud, angry demonstrations were a daily occurrence. It seemed as if with each passing day, Russian President Boris Yehs n was that much closer to being ousted. On our last day in Moscow, the Russian Parliament was mceting to consider impeachment (a process which. unlike in the United Slates, <.:auld t.lke all of five minutes). Russian Army tanks rolled through the streets, trucks filled with troops convoyed near Red Square. Despite not knowing how, or when, our visit would end, Ihc wIndow of oppol1unity was open-and the lure was too great.

Stories on UFOs from inside the Soviet Union have t hcred out for ye:!rs. Thanks 10 the work of

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Rich.lrd Haincs. Jacqucs Vallee. Bruce Maccabee. Paul SlOnchill and others, solid indications have sur!"al..’cd III’ lon~-!’:l"Ill, largc s!:a!c UFO sludies. Our goal W.IS to lalk, fa!:e to f:Jce, with those who wcre in the know, knowledge<Jble individuals who had not been quoted in the Western press before, or even the Russian press for that matter. For the record, we have nothing against the Russian ufologists who are already We were simply .Iooking for a new known in the treasure trove of layer of information and, hopefully,.a . UFO secrets. One of the bigger gems was Boris Sokolov, a retired Russian colonel from a distinguished military family. Sokolov ran an unprecedented study, lhe likes of which, he is undoubtcdly correct in saying, will never be repeated. "For 10 years," Sokotov says, "the entire Soviet Union became one gigantic UFO listen-

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Though a modest man, Sokolov admits no one else in the former Soviet Union has more information on UFOs than himself. As for the aging colonel, he is quite certain the UFO phenomenon is for real, and is convinced we will someday find the physical evidence to prove "Our world is not unique," he says, "it can be imagined."

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"Korolyov said, ’O.K.,I’ll collect the materials and bring them back in lwo days,’" said Burdakov. "But Stalin told him, ’No,you can’t take any of this.’" Burdakov says Stalin instead ordered Korolyov 10 work in the room for as long as he needed. Stalin offered to supply translators and anything else Korolyov needed to get the job done. When he finished. Stalin asked Korolyov for his opinion.

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Most American sdentlsts will tell you the UFO phenomenon doesn’t exist because they don’t have any evidence to study. No evidence equals no study. The Russians, apparently, haven’t heard that equation. They’ve been conducting field studies for", quarter of a century. involved in the studies, resulting in tholJsamls or case tilcs. The Russians, of course, have their skeptics, but even Iheir skepticism offers a refreshing change to what Americans f:lCe. The A :lucmy’s Instiwte ur Terrestrial Magnetism houses the country’s best known skeptic. Yuri PIatov. Yes, PIatov says. 90% of Russian UFO sightings are misidentifications of rock. et launches, planes ~lOd the like, but even :J skeptical Platov admits some cases cannot be easily dismissed. Science, he says, should be interested in pursuing the unexplained, wilho\lt Ihe h:lggage or prccollceivcd notions. PlalOv does not rule out the possibility or extraterrestrial visil;ltions.

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quarter of a century. Rem Yarlamov of the Moscow Technology Institute believes evidence abounds. We met with Dr. Yarlamov his small apartment outside Moscow for an in-depth interview. Dr. Yarlamov has traveled to a number of reported UFO landing sites in Russi:J, including ten in Ihe direct vicinity of Moscow. 10 con uct a variety of tcslS on physical anu chemical changes in the soil and the cnvironment. Among his voluminous findings: Idellticalllu.II’IZ timepieces, onc placed inside a l:Jn ing site. the other just outside. record lime at two different speeds. The qU~lnz lil11epicce inside the landing Yarlamoy has also discovered circle speeds up. thut inside the reported landing site circles the land is ;\11 but sterile. yielding just a few individual samplcs of single-celled animals per cubic centimeter of Just outside the circlcs. tens of thousands of single cell animals flourish in every cubic centimeter. Yarlamov told us the main thrust of his work is not to rather, to understand con1<lct "lhe space inlellect:’ how the universe works. Among his other fascinaling r ndings: evidence or what is known <IS "~Jngel type of by-product of UFO exh;IUSt. V;lrI~lmov has obtaincd a sample to mwlyze Ihe content. Dr. Yarlarnov also claims al least six ;1t1cmpts have been made to

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Simakov. Simakov has not been known outside of Russia until now. Dr. Simakov has also traveled to a number of Russian landing site cases, gathering data and conducting numerous tests. One of those experiments involved flies. "We placed flies in a dish and put the dish over a landing site," Dr. Simakov said. ’’The flies went wild, buzzing and flying around." Most intriguing, however, was Simakov’s discovery of liny, glass-like b<llJs recovercd from soil inside Ihe landing sile circles. Russian scientists, as yet, have nol been able to identify these microscopic marbles.

Simakov has a couple of theories. "They may be formed as the result of transmutation," he said, "when oxygen was transformed into sodium under the influence of the UFO." Or, he says, they may be containers to carry life from one plnnetto another.

Although Dr. Simakov did not have many of these "seeds," he did give liS somc, in hopes Amcrican scientisls might be able 10 solve the myslcry. A highly reputable lab in the United Slates has analyzed IIIl: matcrial. We arc not yet in receipl of the uen report, bul this much is known: a team of cxpel’ls which Icsled and analyzed Ihc liule balls has ahsolutcIy no idea WhUl they an:. Thesc folks an: experls ill

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phmt pathology and micro organisms, they suggestcd we next contact a chemist. They say.the muterial <,ppears to be similar 10 glass in composition, and forms ill soil may someone fumiliur wilh how pfl1vid\.’ SIIIll\.’ insight. Another of Dr. Simakov’s discover es comes from two reponed landing sites in Siberia. Simakov found microscopil: worms in the NOlhing too unusll;d :lJeI’c, excepl th\:sc worms un: p.u’lil.:ular 10 Mexico, anu uon’t occlIr nalLmdly anywhere in the former Soviel Union.

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these soldiers would be able to track military targets without the benefit of any equipment. No radar, no satellites, no night vision glasses-just their minds. We were told the success rate hovered around 70%. Some of what the general is working on has already been put to use by Russian law enforcement. For the general and his staff, lhe conneclion with UFOs is one of cOI1lI11UniCiJlion. Seveml times during our trip, we heard reference to the "universal brai n" ,lI1d the "cosmic intelle(.;I." Thcse disciples of ufology beleve it is possible to wmmulli(.;ate with uJien intelligence on <In ongoing basis. NOl just "grays," but dimensional, spatial beings that live with, and around, us on Earth. Yes. it’s "out there"-but no one snickers when the subject is talked about

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u)ntinul: our investigation behind what was oncc .111 iron curtain. The Minislry of Defense has invited us to t;lke pari in a UFO safari 10 study a high concentration sigNing arl: in Siberia. We would be not only the only Westerners, but the only repOJ1ers. UnfOJ1Ul1:.Itety. the trip had to be cancelled for this year, because of a Jilck of Ministry of Defensc funding. Hopefully, wc’ll ll1uke lhe trip next In the meantime, our company is in

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the process of pulti ng together a series of videotaped doculllenwries on the "Best Evidence"- both in the US, Russia and around the world. The iiI’s! tapes should he .lvailahle in early’ 1994. PerhiJps Lhe "new" Russia will bring new opportunities for American and Russian UFO researchers to compare nOles, and exchange vital information gathcrcd rrom oppositc sides or Ihe world. To [hat end, our (.;omp,II1Y has signed ,Ill agreement w th the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences to establish a joinl American-Russian research institute to foster the exchange of illfonnillion between both sides. The UFO phenomenon is, after I, a suhjecl 100 i mponant 10 be left solely up to governments.

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version of Colin Powell. In the West, it would be called a "remote viewing" program, the <lbiJily 10 "sec" classified materials locked away in a safe tholls.mds of miles away. BUI for the general in charge of this program, it entails much more. We were shown tiJms which detailed the training of Russian soldiers. At the completion of the program,

It was while in Las Vegas that he began working with renowned UFO researcher, George Knapp. Knapp and Gresh have teamed up to produce a series of videotape documentaries on the UFO phenomenon, the first of which will be available later this year.

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Third World, psychic research and the path of the throughout the an. . Clent kingdom of Wessex are all across the West Country. aim of the network is to coand focus groups and ~rd.lf!ate indIViduals concerned with new areas 01 rtlsearch and experi-

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massive global phenomenon and world governments have realised their extra-terrestrial origins and in some cases been in contact with. their occupants. He beheves that for military, economic or psychological reasons their existence has been the subject 01 a massive covtlr-up. ence. Among the other conclusions Of particula~ j~tere.st spiritu- are that they may have accom. ai, art.lsll~..hl~toncal. eco- panied astronauts to the moon, logIcal and sCientifiC fields. have helped avert nuclear disasters, and have also helped with Angels breakthrc;>ughs. The group promotes the aware- scie,ntific Nigel has studIed U.F.O.s for . ofthe area’s unique heritage more than 22. holds of my’Sticar, Christian and cultural ~Ig.nlflcance are. of traditions with a wide range of theyhelping humanity In themes and topics. which a degree to, tll?n They are not confined to one will ultimately of maturity us, as set of beliets. but oHer a platform to 0.’ great service elsewhere 10 for exchange of ideas in a flexible thebeuniverse.

Bran~hes soul.

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ofI lights in thei. sky

bul true, it UNUSUAL secms ... they’re back -

those t1ashing lights in the West Norfolk night sky. rash oFclaimed UFO sightings over Lynn skies have in Augus’t.

Following a

.he

been relatively mystery-free -

until Ihis week. Monday evening. near. neighbours Johanna Coe and Robert Clarke, bolh of Empire Avenue, Gaywood. rr:porled seeing strangc lights over Lynn. But while Mrs Coe saw thcm from hcr house, Mr Clarke happened ’0 be in Soulh W(>{1I1on. M" Cm’ ,aid ,h,’ wll1l’hcLl 1111; lighls wLth her husb~nJ Andrew. She told the Lynn ’News: "We saw it at 7.30pm. First or aU we thought it was a planc in trouble. "We saw a white l ght which shot down diagonally. and it was wobbling Then we saw a red light flashing and 1 just dismissed as a

On

about.

plane.

i.

wasn’t vcry far away , - it"Bul was towards .he Wash but ’

not very far out and there was only a faint noise coming from "I’m certain it wasn’t a plane. It was defini.ely strange and !fly daughter was fright. ened out of her wits:’ Mr Clarke said he was in his car in South Wootton when he

it.

-

saw

.he lights.

.

"[ didn’t see them corne

down -

what struck me was how high they were. II seemed almost too high for a plane." he said, "It was like a star bul brighter, and with green and red flashing lighls. "II aim"" ,Jircclly "vl;r the lown, probably over the river. 1 slopped my car and walched it for about 20 min.

w..,

.

utes:’ II] A ugus!. there were several sightings of mys.erious red. green and while lights allegedly hovering over the South Quay. A West Norfolk UFO Club has also been formed.

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E....t;n ng Telegr~ph Linc,

25 OCT J9’jl

"Experts puzzled by UFO sightings EXPEHTS continue to be bamcd by 1\IoD representati ve Nick Pope said unusual sightings in the skies of South that while accepting that the majority of UFO sighlings could be explained, they Uumberside. an open mind Oil those that could kept Glanford’s UFO Scunthorpe and a number mystery began last week when of peopte said they spolted strange Now the cases are being looked into by Yorkshire.based British UFO Research objects in the sky. conA Ministry of Defence spokesman Association ~pokesman Phillip Mantle. firmed that the were no RAY aircraft in He said the most remarkable factor the area at the time. the objects And another at RAF Waddington said was that people had said they were not fiying in the area on the were soundless. "Ninety.five per cent of these things night most of the sighting’s were have a ratlonal explanation," said Mr recorded.

not.

Mantle, aduJll that weather phenumena and aircraft were common causes. "But there is just that five per cent that would appear to defy explanation," he said.

Soutb Humberside investigator Adrian Cress of,Quest Internatiunal has appealed for thuse who have seen objects in the sky to contact him. And an investigation into the cases reported in last week’s Evening Telegraph Is already under way by BUFORA. Quest International can be contacted on

075&-752216.


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-Canterbury, Kent-

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HID SUSSEX TIMES

-Haywards Heath-

11 OCT ’(3:rs

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FOUR H8S8ocks youngters claim they have seen one of the UFOs which seem to have taken 8 healthy interest in Mid Sussex. Early bird Sarah Hardstone, nine, of Wilmington Close, odes, and three friends saw the mY8terioUII object streak through the tky at dawn on Sunday. The pals were all a’!Vake after B

Sarah

I

d:’ "Four

of us were awake.We looked outside and there was this whooshing in the sky. "It was a really, really bright light, a sort of green colour with light band round the middle of it, like an eqllator. "Wewoke up at four but at five to six we saw this thing really high up. "It was 8 triangular shope and it There were birthda,y party for Sarah’s sister, turned upsideoutdown. of the side, like and looked outside after seeing~ a rays coming Stran light. ~ ,0... ,=~. ~ . electric.ray~.I,t was huge.M I

A MOTHER told of the t=ifyin,IIKIIDeDI she

III" I UFO hoverina lbove I bousina cat&U:. She Ipened I huge orangc Ii&ht in the nig1u Iky

ovcr Kennington Ind ought !hat I plane wal

lbout’"cmh.

But the briahtly-sbinina

globe wal nO( I

pl.ane,

and e 47-yur-old woman il now convinced it 1"" In

unidentified ying objecL The woman, who docl ,not wlnl-to. lie named, ring Athctllt with hcr

.

ItOry

foUowin. our froot

page repon lb04.u I lpate

of UFO lightingl over KenL While she WII waiting for her handicapped Ion to fini sh Ilying hil praycu and,fall aslccp, she wandered over to !he bedr window. To her horror, she uw whal she a plane enthought

The Slar - Shdlicld

2 3 OCT

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,ulfed

w..

in flames. and aboot to into nearby

c....sh

housel.

"I thou,hl I

WII

about

w ilnen I terrible lir disllter.* lhe uid. *But. 10

the objec\ wIsn’t movin, at all, Ind leemed to be jUIl hovering above the

rooftops."

As shc wltchcd and wondered what it was, she noticed Ihin bright beams

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of light radiatin, from it like long spikes. Pu, Ihe wenl downstain to Isk’her husband 10 take a look. *He couldn’t make il out eiIhe laid, "Because it WII 10 bri,hl, it WII difficult to dctcrminc

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what shape it was. It leemed to be round, but

the lights Were sO

From left are Rebecca Travis, Katie Travis, Emma Williams, Lynsey Whitley and Emma Andrews with their pictures of the UFO which were seen over Darnall

UFOs drama for family

sure."

As thc couplc ltood and

Itlred," thc UFO disap-

By Bill Brotherton

"I would never have beUeved It had I not seen It" said Mrs Travis. THESE spooky drawings wUI have "It was about 50ft up jllst hangresidents staring into space Ingtheremaklnganolseandabout tonight.. . 40 ft wide with blue Dashing lights. They show a UFO spotted by both "It was huge, oval in shape, with children and their mums and dads a dome Dashing underneath and it over Darnall a week ago. moved so slowly. If anybody else The sighting instantly converted had seen it I’d say they were hilts," Susan Travis and husband Tony she said. from d i s be 11 eve rs taU F 0 admirers,. . as they watched the Next door neighbour Janet Whit. strange object clrcle their home. ley said: "I saw It too. I have never Tony was so convinced the UFO believed in UFOs but whatever this was preparing to land that he ran wa,s It was not a plane or helicopter. Into the house. Susan also found herself frant!- "J have never seen anything like caHy searching for daughter Katie it before, It made a noise like a - scared she might have been kid- hoover. I just cannot explain what It was like." napped by al.iens. *---

du-

zJjng that it was hard 10 be

pcm:! behind clouds. *We law one last Jlimmcr of light and it WIS gonc," Ihe

said.

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felt I had to ring and lell AdsUllt, beCIUSC I feci sure that other people: must hive seen iL It was

about 7.4Spn 00 Monday, t1 October,

.WeIre used to seeing

plaQcl in the Iky Iround herc it’l a very busy bit

-

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of air space but this was nothing Iilcc any wc havc

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seen befOl’e..

A.

Her account was one of reponed to dscelle foUowing I slory of by In dozen’s

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right had

said. there

before objeet

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lights

to

a plane

undemeath

for

family quickly, a woman,

work.

like wings the

no

cigar-shaped.

was

wben

the

woman.

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but

be

Iwhile

she

,

said

investigators

he

.

The

weather

Bradford-based

al .

bad

Res arch Phil ip last eountry number weicht Now se n Cew has of

Mantle Asociatn,

slghtinp: at

authority

a cent

of

explamaUon

turn said British

se m planes such out that to but

as to

95

anything.

slpif cantly

has

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added

in the the

S

and area

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mystery. en u h

so on

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c i

the

I

remain

d r k his. e r

strange

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towards

else the

Kirton family

said

the

big

stick

was

object

like

a

headed Sal ian e

moving

of

Glanford

object

spot-

they

And

object

on

or

g

the

"She

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a

a

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from

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be

that

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to

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rJ.THRYN

Martin’s

Louise

Saline,

their

they

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to (12)

two were

St I

or

similar that

have graph

hoping

Now

F

the

atniIy

green

.

she was," ng "It tricks, was about"I’m

in

w e

driving Scawby,

said

spotted

first

the

sightings

(ni e),

Saline,

number

family

Louise in

LITTLE

a skies.

daughters

in said

men

land

library Victoria

the’ ’whats

at

they

to

after

the strange

the and

when

object.

had

something’ seen

what

an

as quite described

saw

Neal

Friday flyin

woman

tl)ought said

The

to

be

stick

Scawby

unidentified

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mum?’"

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believe

a

10

who simlar. plane Louise

,

ings

reporte

also

light

Lind-

also

in

evnig.

strange

the

of

the

edge

as

s~es

10

Loul.

se n from

the

relativs.

aircraft the RAF

saucer.

the

her

to

daughters

and

area tedthe a109

reveal

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object

he

anyone said

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drove had about

bases

.

stepson at

night in

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with

her

if

no local

I

an 0W

Friday flying

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Barton as

Friday.

. (.

.object

very on

.

reported

"J~)

woman.

-_ ~that

Sa-.ln~ . Neal

strange,"

expert

skJes

.

"It same sim,woriaB lar found time "I was to

:

tep

who

the

who a

wonde~d

saying

UFO

unidentified’

Watching

ofFriday nying believes

the

slghtings

or

Mystery

Scunthorpe woman

that

risen ela m,

the

area.

to a

UFO nationa!

we ks.

is

by to

the

phenomena

explalnaHon

percentage

the

at

per

from

craft came

lo(ical of

small

contact

incdents. Humberslde

have

no a

would about

that

have

wish

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the

the

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not people on bome outside one

I

it,

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she

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Dumber learned

’slgbtiup’

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it

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he called

on

plane.

night object

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partner named,

had at

were anrles onal said from

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the

very

home He work her be have

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wasn’t wasn’t

we "Isaid.

and

ther,

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YELLOW ADVERTISER

HINCKLEY TIMES

-Colchester-

-Leics-

Closer encounters for UFOs

reported to local investiga-

In fact Roy Lake,chairman of Barkingased London UFO Studies, says there is such imerest over UFOs in the borough

tors. Hinckley UFO Study Group is investigating the claims but say ,natural explanations are being considered for some oflhem. The sightings began al 6pm on

that his meetings held in Walthamstow are usually p;lcked The next one which takes place at Ilnily H"J], Bramley Close:. Walthamstow. on Friday at 7.3Opm should bI: no

Tuesday 21 st September and six

excepcion. Roy says several people are attending who have reponed seeing UFOs over Chingford Reservoirs over recent months

out.

suddenly vanished after about 10 Illinulcs.

TIle following afternoon al about II dark, s item ci garette-sh<lpcU object flew slowly over two witnesses in Wood Strect. say Ihe group. And then, on Thursday 30th September, II Hinl:kley man spottcd what he dcscribcdas a "gigantic ball of light" hovering low above houses in the Ashby Road area. According 10 his stalement, the light faded oul after several minutes and made no sound. The last sighting tu be repo(1cd

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UFO expt’n, in 1\ottingham arc appealing fN infont1asi~hlinp ()f ~lr’III~<’ t1hit~Cf scen in thr’

lton abnul north of ,hI’ ."lInL \

The !fJangula:-.~hiJp.:J

occurred on Friday 1st October. AI

flying

reccntly spoth:d weeks larer and h.:y 2~ U.l R,"can:h ..\",,,’rattt’l1 oblCCI Vo as

loll. tn’cr !\ewslead A

tWI)

Tl’Cl’IVcd

the Phellnnh’

repon~ "I ’J~lllln~, 01 iI lrrangular-shJpcd oblcct over

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UFO "r~alll..aluuls ILl\’<: r ,’lv,’d many reports of "milar Iriangul4-snapcJ ,’OJ,’CL, ~UICC the mlJ 19110,

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JFO weekend is held at .amberhurst.

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relate or have artifacts. please come along." The group was launched in January 1990 10 fully investigate the numerous sightings over London. Skylink, the curren! issue of which is packed with

Triangle in the sky plea

17.20pm,a young wilness claims to 1I:IVC Sl;CU a hrighlly lit objcl:1 whidt ppeareo to hover over Burbage at lirst and IhclI move down lowards lI1e roohops odore (,[Jing tlinckley UfO StuJy Group is an ullbiase<.l organisation whil:h investigates UFO phenomena.

aClivity in the west countr. "Anyone interested in UFOs or the paranonnal is inv ited to a[tend and the evenings over in WalthamslOw are usually pretty interesling," said Roy, who is based in Tudor Road, Barking. "My message 10 loal people is if you’ve got any inleresling experiences 10

It brings out a quarterly magazine called

r-;"1IJIIgh:un E""lIill~ P’I,L

I 3pm,

1 D OCT

<6

UFO activity over Waltham and there will be: a question and answers Forest is rife according to session. highlight of the evening will be a the head of London’s main talkThefrom Brislol-based UFO researcher paranormal studies group. Lee Winlerson who has reponed a 101 of

wilnesses contacted the group, They reponed a slrange discshaped object hovering over the lawn towards the north-west which

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Busy skies boost for UFO group

F

i Sightings of UFOs over the I Hinckley area have been ,I

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The group also organises sky watches where members congregate al specific locations to tog any unusual evenl in the night sky. "Although many UFOlogislS deem this a waste of time. it should be pointed out that those elusive UFOs have been seen in the past at such venues," added Roy. The price of admissioo is L4 Cor adults and 1:2 for child:’cn and ON’s, Funher information about the meeling and how 10 join London UFO Studies from Roy lAke’ on 081 594 4797.


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AccringlOn ’Obscrvcr lancashire.

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2 9 OCT

150CT1Cf)"3

:’A1i~n beings "tQ./breeze in? WIND farms are proving a real tourist attraction - for aliens from other planets! Strange c1a1ms been made that have been sighted. ear windmills at Coal Clough in Buney and Caton Moor in

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Now Hyndburn too could become a magnet for these visitors trom outer space, for the council ’has just approved a set of guidelines for dealing ’with applications to use wind energy. Ex.Mayor Councillor Mrs Cathleen Thorn told a meeting of the Development Committee: "A TV programme mentioned that the windmills c uld be seen for miles and they’ had been attracting UFOs, "But in a more serious vein we must look at the environmental

and’gfob f -warming aspects of the

propos-

als. We condemn nuclear fuel and alter. natives must be found : and researched. Councillor Mrs Jean Battle said: "Windmills would become a main feature of the borough

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inv~i S BassetJaw? of miles to the Travelling billions

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CATHLEEN THOM "attracting UFOs" and noise would not be a problem as you can hardly hear them. "People go to watch them and they are te a tourist attrac. tion To me,. they are fascinating. Wind energy is ere. ated as wind drives giant turbine machines which are mounted on raised peaks. Com mercia lly.feasi. bIe .sites in Hyndburn with the highest wind speeds. are found on the upland areas of

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outcome of an electrical

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tire. Alter several minutes thJB activity seemed to die down and I returned to my

’.’

A CANADIAN f mmaker is East Lancashire-bound to unveil his latest movie about extra-terrestrial

lifeforms. Award-winning Dan Curtis will be screening his latest film, "In Advance of the Land. ing," to students and staff at Accrington and Rossendale College_

eludes clips from sci.fi classics like "The Day The Earth Stood Still" and "Pian 9 From Out. er Space," as well as people who claim to have had contacts with aliens. It wilJ be screened in the college’s new sci. ence and technology biock on Thursday_ Mr Curtis will also give a talk on his work in the Canadian media. His company Cygnus Communications was launched in It has produced several

1981.

saucers, aliens and people who take thcm seriously. award-winning The fj 1m also in. documentaries.

Eastbourne. Charles Wise. Freeman AvenUli!, Eastbourne.

FALKIRK ADVERTISER

-Grangemouth, stirlinqshire-

13 DC1 t99J

UFO night :13N,

U.F.O. Districr in the neat fulWc. Bonnybridge councillor Billy Buchanan is hoping to arrange a special U.F.O evcning in Falkirk Town Hail, when the film made ’by. the Japanese lelevision learn about U.F.O. siriup and featuring Bonnybridgc ’can be shcwn. complele with an Eng.llsh voi<;e OYer. A

UNIQUB

experience could hit Falkirk

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8 OCT 1993

UFOs wer satellites, claims expert SPACE satellites orbiting thou- seen a UFO.

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sands of miles above the earth have been blamed for UFO slghtlngs over Peterbor workers at an Orton school were stunned I Into silence when they saw strange lights dazzling In the

late-night

ugl1.’" "

night sky. And the residential minders at Clayton School, Orton hay, beHeve they may have

Gold-

But, acc"ordlng to an expert, what they saw was unlikely to have been creatures from an-

other planet.

Spoke~man

for the Sriti UfO Research Associall", Phillip Mantle said’: " They were probably space satelUtes which you can often see on cold clear nights. OUght rellects off them and

..

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ap-

they are magnified by the earth’s atmosphere so they pear a lot brighter and seem

closer.

ft

Three chUd officers spotted two strange rays of light at ound 9pm on Monday. Lina Orsollno from Coneygree Road. Stanground. said: .One of my colleagues went to shut an external door and he rll1ed me out to look at these : ,e .

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FLY FROM CANADA TO SCREEN UFOs

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Accrington, Belthorn Oswaldtwistle and Great Harwood and Rishton around Pal;sonage and Dean Clough Reservoirs.

.

woken at about ,slumbers. Sam last Saturday, Th1a incident appeared October 2 by a to have taken place in contJnuou’s sound the area between the similar to that which Park and the D1Btrtct would be made by’ General Hospital, but a dropping bricks Into an intense survey on . fairly skJp . empty toot the next day. revealed no trace of damage. Perhaps residents living LJnc<Jshire Evcning Tclegraph In that area could provide an explanation, or is this theJXl8sible 12 OCT 1993

,

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awake; I100ked out ot my bedroom window and noticed a bright red glow behind the ouUine ot trees in Hampden

,

planet Earth to visit Worksop? It seems strange that the glut of UFO sitin$s comes very soon after RAF Finmnij1ey announce low-level nightflights an the area. it be Close Encounters of the RAF kind? . Or are our Martian mates really trying to make contact? _I" O--f- -a’-

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THE AAF and police have been un. Report by Matt Silk able lashed any light on 8 ’UFO’ over Canterbury. sighting The unidenlified fiying object wu IeCJl hover. -When the belm of light Ihone OUt and it in a sec:ond, we were ing in the night sky, before moving at incredible peared, seemin, 10 \1Ivel miles listed almost haU an ioIally mYltified. Our lightl . speed towards Ashford. U was Ipoued by I motorin and her pllICIIger. \1Iv. hour as we drove alon,!he A2 and !hen ell gllon, the London-bound A2 tOWI!’d1 Canter- -Durin, thil time, !be UFO 1’0’11 pedorming all sort. bury. She also Rported seein, a military helicopler of auobaLcl - whiuing along It hilh lpeed, dillppclrio, and IPpelrinl llIain. I’ve been to lIIajor Iii Ihousands of fed below the objca. Baffled by the light of I large, briaht, cigar-shlped IhoWI,luch as Famborough,and know what Idvanced object in the night Iky, they were even man: IUrprised aircraft look like. but I know Ihli" \his was I1DIIUnllike when I Stroll, ray d li,ht shone from and anythina I have ever seen beron:. peartd - ory 10 reappear lec:onds bier in !be IfU of Tbe l ,hting 1’0’11 reported lO the poli Ind RAF M,nston, where a report was compiled for the Civil Ashford. ~II seemed 10 hive levera! sourul of lipt lhining AY l1oo Aulhority IWldard procedure for lucli inc:. "

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it, and wu motionlesl when we fim SlW said driver Carol Davies, from Nelso RO*!,Gillin&ham.

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enthusiast believes this area Is a hot-spot for flying saucers. Gordon Stewart is chairman of

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the Northampton branch of UFO Studies and he is trying to set up a Wellingborough branch to and saw this white thing coming discuss sightings in the skies. towards me. "All of a suddcn it stopped and Mr Stewart’s own experiences just hovered for about Iwo began when he saw a white minutes before il flew off again object hovering near his home in a direction." different one day. Mr Stewart, 37, of Manor He said: "I was in my kitchen Road, Earls Barton, said many of and I looked out of the window the people who approach him

have experienced flying saucer sightings in the county and he investigates to see if there is a simple explanation.

NOrihamptonshire 10 be a

Anyone interested in the pbenomena of flying saucen or have ICen a sighting can contact Mr Stewart on Northampton

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If enough people arc: interested in forming a Wellingborough

branch, meetings will be held about once a month at Mr Stewart’s home. There is no charge for membership and it is open to

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