Justified & Ancient
- Dec 14, 2014
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- Bury St Edmunds
Amazing information. The Halt testimony alone blows the "lighthouse" and the "meteor" theories apart. Staggering how much info has been retrieved and kept safe!I have just rediscovered my copious archives on backups, long thought lost.
I had honestly forgotten how many testimonies acquired and particularly the number of accounts about those enigmatic people in, 'white lab coats', who appeared next morning after the initial incident and wanted access to the, 'landing site'.
Furthermore, Col. Halt's rare testimony, which I participated in and during which he revealed, as documented, recollected his investigations and how that, 'second night' unfolded:
"Couldn't find anything. We crossed the farmer's field. I thought about knocking on the door, but I thought, well, here I am in uniform in a foreign country with a group of people with this...probably won't go over too well.
So, we went on past the farmer's house, fell into a small stream, out into a plowed field and about that time somebody noticed one of the people that was with me noticed some objects in the sky. There were several objects, I believe three, to the north about 35 or 40 degrees off the horizon. It looked they were elliptical, sort of like a Cherokee Moon. But they had lights on. And as we watched them, they turned into a full circle and then they started moving about in a strange pattern. One of the members suggested they were doing a grid search. I'm not really sure.
Somebody else noticed another object very similar to the south. This object hovered back and forth and at one time approached us at very high speed. It stopped overhead, probably, 2, 3, maybe 4,000 feet, and sent down a beam, sort of like a laser beam that fell very close to our feet and illuminated the ground for probably maybe 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 seconds".
As for a testimonial of 'beams' landing near the WSA (Weapons Storage Area where the nukes were), pretty sure I have recovered one of those as well.
Much of my research was never published and maybe needs revisiting.
Found lots of pictures kindly entrusted at my discretion - this was the WSA at that time...
...bit of a problem here.
The following is a diagram of the WSA layout, as at December 1980, provided by a member of USAF personnel stationed there.
It relates to his recollection - searching for same - of possibly having been alerted to defend the WSA around the time of our events.