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Incontrovertible Proof! Alien Spacecraft Have Landed ?
Documented Evidence

By Glenmore Trenear-Harvey (A former RAF Pilot)
Hot Gossip UK

Sceptics who dismiss reports of UFOs and ridicule the testimony
of experienced observers like military aviators, airline pilots,
radar operators and air traffic controllers, and say that it is
impossible for visitations from alien spacecraft to occur,
should consider the following incontrovertible proof and recant
from their outright disbelief!

I ask them to ponder on these two following - documented -
examples of visitation by alien spacecraft.

During the first sighting in 1969 the craft was observed to make
several passes before descending and landing. From a panel at
the base of the craft a creature emerged. The 'head' was larger
than that of a human and the body had a shiny, silver look.
After walking close to the craft it was seen to, apparently,
'sample' the terrain, before returning to the craft and shooting
off again into space at a considerable speed.

The other documented encounter was in 1975 where, after the
craft had landed, what appeared to be a 'probe' emerged and,
again, seemed to be searching for life-forms. Though no
'human-like' form was seen.

In both instances, photographic and electronic evidence exists
that has been confirmed by the US Government. (**Further details
are available at the foot of this column)

'You Can't Tell The People' There should be a subhead to this
title: "because they won't believe you." I have just read
GEORGINA BRUNI's book that takes its title from Baroness
Thatcher's statement to her "UFO's? You must get your facts
right, and you can't tell the people." Dealing with the only UFO
sighting in the United Kingdom to be officially acknowledged by
the Ministry of Defence (MOD), it recounts - in meticulous
detail - the remarkable events that took place twenty years ago
in Rendlesham Forest, adjacent to the US airbases at Woodbridge
in Suffolk.

 From the 'grunts' patrolling the security perimeter of the
airbase up to the commanding USAF Major General GORDON WILLIAMS
and the British Chief of Defence Staff, LORD HILL-NORTON, there
are extraordinary confirmations of what has, for years, been
always been denied by the MOD as having any "defence
significance."

Georgina, exhibiting the journalistic traits of a cross between
a terrier and a rotweiler, has relentlessly pursued witnesses to
the events. In many cases she has managed to get them to talk -
on the record - for the first time, about what an official US
Air Force document describes as: "mysterious sightings of
Unidentified Flying Objects." Fascinating stuff.

I have more than a passing interest in such events. During my
service as an RAF pilot at RAF Oakington, I was base liaison
officer with USAF Mildenhall and also flew, on occasion, into
USAF Bentwaters and I am therefore familiar with the aerodromes
involved. Subsequently, when living in the United States in
1965, I became an active member of NICAP - the National
Investigation Committee on Aerial Phenomena. With Rear Admiral
Roscoe Hillenkoetter (the CIA's Director of Central
Intelligence) and Colonel JOSEPH BRYAN III Chief of the CIA's
Psychological Warfare Staff (and former Special Assistant to the
Secretary for the Air Force) as key executives of NICAP, and
many CIA Intelligence Officers as overt or covert members, NICAP
was a serious organisation.

Learning of my latent interest, TIMOTHY GOOD, the acclaimed
author on UFO matters, sent me a copy of his recently published
book: 'Beyond Top Secret'. This well-documented tome publishes
material from declassified reports he has obtained from the
world's intelligence agencies. He presents a powerful argument
that over the years there has been a massive cover-up of UFO
sightings or reports of "structured aerial phenomena" and that
much material continues to be classified at a level beyond 'Top
Secret.'

The detailed reports by military and civilian aircrew, radar
operators and air traffic controllers make fascinating reading.
I have never encountered any unusual aerial activity in my
flying career. However I have spoken with other pilots who "know
what they have seen" but are too leery of ridicule to recount
their experiences in public.

To those who say, "it couldn't possibly happen" I refer you
again to the opening paragraph of this column.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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