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MOD UFO Files: defe-24-1982-1

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Over the last few years the UK has released thousands of pages in relation to UFO reports that have been reported to the Ministry of Defence.
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TIMEFRAME OF SIGHTING:
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LOCATImj; MATLOCK, DERBYSHIRE, betwe. n Bp i l l to 1Ip m (n o exact ti meframe s tatf. :’ d
by
wi tn es s ),DATE:16th Augus t 1996.
SIGHTING:
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Aroun d the above d atel i n e the wHn e::;:::; n oti ced two hi gh a1 tHud e l i ghts at
an ap p roxi mate hei ght of between 25,000 to 30,000 feet (a:3 es ti mated
by
wi tn es s ). the l i ghts were travel l i n g at a great s p eed an d p erformi n g un u::;ual
man ouveri
n g p attern s for a s hort ti meframe of l es ;,:;; than a few mi n utes , at
thi s p oi n t the wi tn es ::; s aw the two l i ght:::: d i s :3ap ear i n the d i recti on of the
South Eas t of Matl ocl , at ap p roxi matel y the s ame hei ght an d head i n g,
The wi tn es s has s tated that he has had exp eri en ce wi thi n the avi ati on
1n d us try an d thorefor’ s cL:d . ms to the be:3t of hi s kn owl Gd ge that he has
as certai n ed the d etai l s coveri n g hi s s i ghti n g correctl y an d as accuratel y
as he can p rovi d e.
Al l i n formati on i s curren tl y un d fH i n ve::;ti gati cm an d ab s uch the con ten t f
the avai l abl e i n formati on i n res :p ect of fact can n ot be s ummi s :ed as of
p res en t.
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He was nervous. Gunderson, he said had a contract with the
federal Government to build 107,200 full length railroad, each
wi th 143 pairs of shackles. There are 11sub-contractors in this
giant project.
supposedly, Gunderson got
over 2 billion dollars for the
contract.
Bethlehem Steel and other steel outfits are involved. He showed
me one of the cars in the rail yards in North Portland. He was
right. If you multiply 107,200 times 143 times 11, you come
up
with about 15,000,000. This is probably the number of people who
disagree with the Federal Government. No more can you vote these
people out of office. Our present structure of government is
"technocracy"- not democracy, it is a form of feudalism. It has
nothing to do with the republic of the United states. These
people are godless and have legislated out prayer in public
schools. You can get fined up to $100. 000 and two years in
prison for praying
in school. I believe we can do better. I
also believe that the Federal Government is running the gambit
of enslaving the people of the United States. I am not a very
good speaker, but
I’ll
keep shooting my
mouth off until somebody
puts a bullet in me, because itis worth it to talk to a group
like this about these atrocities".
America’s Black Programme Contractors
"There are other problems. I have some interesting 1993 figures.
There are 29 prototype stealth aircraft presently. The budget
from the us Congress five-year plan for these is $245. 6 million.
You couldn’t
buy the spare parts for these black programmes for
that amount. So,
we’ve been lied to. The black budget is
roughly $1. 3 trillion every two years. A trillion is a thousand
billion. A trillion dollars weighs 11tons. The US Congress
never sees the books involved with this clandestine pot of gold.
Contractors of stealth programmes: EG&G, Westinghouse, McDonnell
Douglas, Morrison-Knudson, Wackenhut Security Systems, Boeing
Aerospace, Lorimar Aerospace, Aerospacial in france, Mitsubishi
Industries, Ryder Trucks, Bechtel, I G Farben, plus a host of
hundreds more. Is this what we are supposed to be living up
to
as a freedom-loving people? I don’t believe
so. "
Star Wars and Apparent Alien Threat
"Still, 68% of the military budget is directly or indirectly
affected
by
the black budget. Star Wars relies heavily upon
stealth weaponry.
By
the way, none of the stealth programme
would have been available if we had not taken apart crashed alien
disks. None of it. Some of you might ask what the "space
shuttle" is "shuttling. "
Large ingots of special metals that are
milled in space and cannot be produced on the surface of the
earth. They need the near vacuum of outer space to produqe them.
We are not even being told anything close to the truth. I
believe our government officials have sold us down the drain
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lock, stock and barrel.
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Up
until several weeks ago,
I was employed by
the US government
with a Ryolite-38clearance factor
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one of the highest in the
world. I believe the star Wars programme is there to solely to
act as a buffer to prevent an alien attack
-
I t has nothing to
do with the
"cold war", which was only a toy to garner money from
all the people
-
for what? The whole lie was planned and
executed for the last 75 years. "
stealth Aircraft Technology
Use by
us Agencies and the United
Nations
"Here’s another piece of information for you folks. The Drug
Enforcement Administration and the ATF rely on stealth tactical
weaponry
for as much as 40% of their operations budget. This is
in 1993, the figures have gone up
considerably since. The United
Nations used American stealth aircraft for over 20% of
it’s
collective worldwide operations from 1990 to 1992, according to
the Centre for Strategic studies and UN Report
3092. "
The Guardians of Stealth and Delta Force Origins of the Bosnia
Conflict
"The guardians of Stealth: There are at least three distinct
classifications of police that guard our most well-kept secrets.
Number one, the Military Joint Tactical Force(MJTF), sometimes
called the Delta Force or Black Berets, is a multi-national
tactical force primarily
used to guard the various stealth
aircraft worldwide. By
the way,
there were 172 stealth aircraft
built. Ten crashed, so there were at last count about 162. Bill
Clinton signed them away
about six weeks ago to the United
Nations. There have been indications that the Delta Force was
sent over to Bosnia during the last days
of the Bush
administration as a covert sniper force and that they started
taking pot
shots at each side of the controversy, in order to
actually start the Bosnia conflict that would be used by
succeeding
administrations for political
purposes. ".
Thoughts on the Bombings in the United states
"I
was hired not too long ago
to do a report on the World Trade
Centre bombing. I was hired because the 90 some
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odd varieties
of chemical explosives. I looked at the pictures taken right
after the blast. The concrete was puddled and melted. The steel
and the rebar was extruded up
to six feet longer than
it’s
original length. There is only one weapon that can do that
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a
small nuclear weapon.
That’s a construction-type device.
Obviously, when they say
that it was a nitrate explosive that did
the damage,
they’re lying
100% folks. The people
that they have
in custody probably
didn’t do the crime. As a matter of fact,
I have reason to believe that the same group
held in custody did
do other crimes, such as killing a Jewish rabbi in New York.
However, I want to further that with the last explosion in
Oklahoma City, they are saying
that it was a nitrate or
fertilizer bomb that did
it. "
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"First they came out and said it was a 1, 000 pound fertilizer
bomb. Then it was 1, 500. Then 2, 000 pounds. Now
it’s
20, 000.
You
can’t
put 20, 000 pounds of fertilizer in a Ryder Truck. Now,
I’v e nev er mixed explosiv es, per se. I know the chemical
structure and application
of construction explosiv es. My
reputation was based on it. I helped hollow out more than 13
deep underground military bases in the United states.
I worked on the Malta project,
in West Germany, in Spain and in
Italy. I can tell you from experience that a nitrate explosion
would not hav e hardly
shattered the windowS of the federal
building in Oaklahoma City.
It would hav e killed a few people and knocked part of the facing
off the building, but it would nev er hav e done that kind of
damage. I believ e that I hav e been lied to and I am not taking
it any longer, so
I’m
telling you that you’v e been lied
to. "
The Truth Behind the Republican Contract with America
"I don’t perceiv e at this time that we hav e too much more than
six months of life left in this country, at the present. We are
the laughing
stock of the world, because we are being hoodwinked
by
so many ev il people
that are running this country. I think
we can do better. I think the people ov er 45 are seriously
worried about their future.
I’m
going
to run some s ary
scenarios by you. The Contract with America. It contains the
same terminology that Adolph Hitler used to subv ert Germany in
1931. I believ e that we can do better. The Contract with
America is a last ditch effort by
our federal gov ernment to tear
away the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. "
Some Statistics on the Black Helicopter Presence
"The black helicopters. T ere are ov er 64, 000 black helicopters
in the United states. For ev ery hour that goes by,
there is one
more being built. Is this the proper
use of our money? What
does the federal gov ernment need 64, 000 tactical helicopters for,
if they are not trying to enslav e us? I doubt if the entire
military needs 64, 000 worldwide. I doubt if all the world needs
that many. There are 157 F- 117A stealth aircraft loaded with
LIDAR and computer- enhanced imaging radar.
They can see you walking from room to room when they fly
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v ariation limit of 1 inch to 30, 000 miles.
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COLUMN 424
Un c o r r e l a t e d . Ra d a r . Tr a c k s ( In v e s t i g a t i o n s )
Mr . Re d mo n d : To a s k t h e Se c r e t a r y o f St a t e f o r
De f e n c e o n h o w ma n y o c c a s i o n s RAF a i r c r a f t h a v e b e e n
( a )
s c r a mb l e d . a n d ( b )
. d i v e r t e d f r o m t a s k t o i n v e s t i g a t e
u n c o r r e l a t e d t a r g e t s p i c k e d u p
o n r a d a r , a n d i f h e w i l l
ma k e a s t a t e me n t . [ 3 921 8 ]
Mr . So a me s : In t h e p a s t f i v e y e a r s RAF a i r c r a f t h a v e
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r f
DEFENCE
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M r .
Ll e w S m i t h : To a s k t h e S e c r e t a r y
o f S t a t e f o r
De f e n c e
i f t h e Un i t e d S t a t e s G o v e r n m e n t h a ~ e ~ i n c e
1 9 6 6
’ i
u e s t e d t h e Un i t e d Ki n gd o m t o p r o v i d e " r e a c t o r gr a d e
p l u t o n i u m
f o r t h e
p u r p o s e
o f c o n d u c t i n g a n u c l e a r t e s t
e x p l o s i o n
u n d e r t h e p r o v i s i o n s o f t h e US -UK m u t u a l
d e f e n c e a gr e e m e n t
o n a t o m i c e n e r gy c o -o p e r a t i o n . [ 3 8 5 0 0 J
M r . A r b u t h n o t : No s u c h r e q u e s t s h a v e b e e n m a d e
b y
t h e
Un i t e d S t a t e s .
S m a l l B u s i n e s s e S
M r . Da v i d S h a w : To a s k t h e S e c r e t a r y
o f S t a t e f o r
De f e n c e i f h e w i l l m a k e a s t a t e m e n t o n t h e i m p a c t o f
( a )
h i s p o l i c i e s a n d ( b )
t h e w o r k o f h i s De p a r t m e n t i n
h e l p i n g
s m a l l b u s i n e s s e s i n t h e l a s t 1 2 m o n t h s a s
a ga i n s t t h e p r e v i o u s 1 2 m o n t h s ; a n d i f h e w i l l p u b l i s h
t h e p e r f o r m a n c e i n d i c a t o r s b y
w h i c h h i s De p a r t m e n t
m o n i t o r s t h e i m p a c t a n d t h e s t a t i s t i c a l r e s u l t s o f s u c h
m o n i t o r i n g.
[ 3 9 1 41 ]
M r . A r b u t h n o t : Th e G o v e r n m e n t r e c o gn i s e
t h e c r u c i a l
r o l e p l a y e d b y
s m a l l f i r m s i n t h e UK e c o n o m y a n d a i m
t o h e l p t h e m b y p r o v i d i n g s o u n d e c o n o m i c c o n d i t i o n s -
k e e p i n g i n f l a t i o n a n d i n t e r e s t r a t e s l o w ; r e d u c i n g
l e gi s l a t i v e a d m i n i s t r a t i v e a n d t a x a t i o n b u r d e n s ; a n d w h e r e
a p p r o p r i a t e p r o v i d e d i r e c t a s s i s t a n c e i n t h e f o r m o f
s p e c i a l i s t a d v i c e a n d s u p p o r t
a n d e a s i n g a c c e s s t o f i n a n c e .
M y De p a r t m e n t s u p p o r t s t h e DTI ’ s s m a l l b u s i n e s s
m e a s u r e s a n d i n i t i a t i v e s . I a m t h e M i n i s t e r w i t h i n t h i s
De p a r t m e n t f o r s m a l l b u s i n e s s e s a n d I a t t e n d o r a m
r e p r e s e n t e d a t t h e DTI ’ s
r e gu l a r m e e t i n gs .
Th e De f e n c e S u p p l i e r s S e r v i c e ’ a s s i s t s c o m p a n i e s ,
i n c l u d i n g s m a l l b u s i n e s s e s , i n m a k i n g c o n t a c t w i t h
a p p r o p r i a t e c o n t r a c t s b r d 1 1 c h e s . I t a l s o a r r a n ge s f o r d e t a i l s
o f m a n y f o r t h c o m i n g t e n d e r s t o b e p u b l i s h e d i n t h e
f o r t n i gh t l y M OD Co n t r a c t s B u l l e t i n w h i c h i s a v a i l a b l e t o
a n y i n t e r e s t e d p a r t y o n s u b s c r i p t i o n . Th i s e n a b l e s s m a l l
b u s i n e s s e s e i t h e r t o s e e k t o t e n d e r d i r e c t l y f o r s p e c i f i c
r e q u i r e m e n t s o r , m o r e c o m m o n l y , t o b e c o m e
s u b -c o n t r a c t o r s t o l a r ge r c o m p a n i e s .
S i n c e t h e P r o c u r e m e n t Ex e c u t i v e o f t h e M i n i s t r y o f
De f e n c e m o v e d t o t h e n e w p r o c u r e m e n t h e a d q u a r t e r s a t
A b b e y W o o d n e a r B r i s t o l e a r l i e r t h i s y e a r , t h e De f e l ! c e
S u p p l i e r s S e r v i c e i s i n c o n t a c t w i t h t h e B r i s t o l c h a m b e r
o f c o m m e r c e a n d DTI ’ s b u s i n e s s l i n k s , w h o s e S o u t h -w e s t
r e gi o n a l s u p p l y
n e t w o r k o f f i c e h a s b e c o m e t h e i r n a t i o n a l
f o c a l p o i n t f o r t h e d e f e n c e i n d u s t r y . Ot h e r a r e a s o f t h e
c o u n t r y c a n r e a c h
m y
De p a r t m e n t , a n d b e r e a c h e d b y u s ,
t h r o u gh t h e b u s i n e s s l i n k s n e t w o r k .
A s m u c h o f t h e a s s i s t a n c e p r o v i d e d b y m y De p a r t m e n t
t o s m a l l b u s i n e s s e s t e n d s t o b e i n t h e s u b -c o n t r a c t o r
s e c t o r , i t i s n o t
p ( ) s s i b l e t o e s t a b l i s h s u i t a b l e p e r f o r m a n c e
p a r a m e t e r s a n d t h e r e f o r e n o s t a t i s t i c s a r e a v a i l a b l e .
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S t a t e f o r
De f e n c e
( l ) i ~ ~ r . . ~ P 9 ~ ~ , l ! i ~ Qe p 3 J
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t o t h e
r e p o r t r s u b t t c , f 1 b y ’ f I , . i e u r e n a n t ’ Co l o n e l Ch l e s H a l t
21 2 c W I 4Z -P A G 3 I S 2 " . . . . . . . . " .
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r e l a t i n g t o e v e n t s i n R e n d l e s h a m f o r e s t i n De c e m b e r
1 9 8 0 ; w h a t i n t e r v i e w s w e r e h e l d ; a n d i f h e w i l l m a k e a
s t a t e m e n t ; [ 3 9 247 ]
( 2)
w h o a s s e s s e d t h a t t h e e v e n t s a r o u n d R A P
W o o d b r i d ge a n d R A P B e n t w a t e r s i n De c e m b e r
1 9 8 0 ,
w h i c h w e r e r e p o r t e d t o h i s De p a r t m e n t b y Li e u t e n a n t
Co l o n e l Ch a r l e s H a l t w e r e o f n o d e f e n c e s i gn i f i c a n c e ;
o n w h a t e v i d e n c e t h e a s s e s s m e n t w a s m a d e ; w h a t
a n a l y s i s o f e v e n t s w a s c a r r i e d o u t ; a n d i f h e w i l l m a k e
a s t a t e m e n t [ 3 9 249 ]
M r . S o a m e s : Th e r e p o r t
w a s a s s e s s e d b y
t h e s t a f f i n
m y De p a r t m e n t r e s p o n s i b l e f o r a i r d e f e n c e m a t t e r s , S i n c e
t h e j u d gm e n t w a s t h a t i t c o n t a i n e d n o t h i n g o f d e f e n c e
s i gn i f i c a n c e n o f u r t h e r a c t i o n w a s t a k e n .
Un c o r r e l a t e d R a d a r Tr a c k s ( I n v e s t i ga t i o n s )
M r . R e d m o n d : To a s k t h e S e c r e t a r y
o f S t a t e f o r
De f e n c e o n b o w m a n y o c c a s i o n s R A P a i r c r a f t h a v e b e e n
( a )
s c r a m b l e d a n d ( b )
d i v e r t e d f r o m t a s k t o i n v e s t i ga t e
u n c o r r e l a t e d t a r ge t s p i c k e d u p
o n r a d a r ; a n d i f h e w i l l
m a k e a s t a t e m e n t . [ 3 9 21 8 ]
M r . S o a m e s : I n t h e p a s t f i v e y e a r s R A P a i r c r a f t b a v e
b e e n s c r a m b l e d o r d i v e r t e d f r o m t a s k o n t w o o c c a s i o n s t o
i n t e r c e p t a n d i d e n t i f y u n c o r r e l a t e d r a d a r t r a c k s e n t e r i n g
t h e Un i t e d Ki n gd o m a i r d e f e n c e r e gi o n .
Un i d e n t i f i e d Cr a f t
M r . R e d m o n d : To a s k t h e S e c r e t a r y
o f S t a t e f o r
De f e n c e ( 1 )
w b a t i s h i s De p a r t m e n t ’ s a s s e s s m e n t o f t h e
i n c i d e n t t h a t o c c u r r e d o n 5 No v e m b e r 1 9 9 0 w h e n a p a t r o l
o f R A F To r n a d o a i r c r a f t f l y i n g
o v e r t h e No r t h s e a w e r e
o v e r t a k e n a t h i gh s p e e d b y
a n u n i d e n t i f i e d c r a f t ; a n d i f h e
w i l l m a k e a s t a t e m e n t ; [ 3 9 245 ]
( 2)
i f h e w i l l m a k e a s t a t e m e n t o n t h e u n i d e n t i f i e d
f l y i n g o b j e c t s i gh t i n g r e p o r t e d t o h i s De p a r t m e n t
b y t h e
m e t e o r o l o gi c a l o f f i c e r a t R A F S h a w b u r y i n t h e e a r l y
h o u r s o f 3 1 M a r c h 1 9 9 3 . [ 3 9 246 ]
M r . S o a m e s : R e p o r t s o f s i gh t i n gs o n t h e s e d a t e s a r e
r e c o r d e d o n f i l e a n d w e r e e x a m i n e d b y
s t a f f r e s p o n s i b l e
f o r a i r d e f e n c e m a t t e r s . No f i r m c o n c l u s i o n s w e r e d r a w n
a b o u t t h e n a t u r e o f t h e p b e n o m e n a r e p o r t e d b u t t h e e v e n t s
w e r e n o t j u d ge d t o b e o f d e f e n c e s i gn i f i c a n c e .
M r . R e d m o n d : To a s k t h e S e c r e t a r y o f S t a t e f o r
De f e n c e w h a t a s s e s s m e n t h i s De p a r t m e n t m a d e o f t h e
p h o t o gr a p h o f a n u n i d e n t i f i e d c r a f t a t Ca l v i n e o n 4 A u gu s t
-1 9 9 0 ; w h o r e m o v e d i t f r o m a n o f f i c e i n s e c r e t a r i a t
( a i r
s t a f f ) 2a ; f o r w h a t r e a s o n s ; a n d i f h e w i l l m a k e a
s t a t e m e n t . [ 3 9 248 ]
M r . S o a m e s : A n u m b e r o f n e ga t i v e s a s s o c i a t e d w i t h
t h e s i gh t i n g w e r e e x a m i n e d
b y
s t a f f r e s p o n s i b l e f o r a i r
d e f e n c e m a t t e r s . S i n c e i t w a s j u d ge d
t h a t t h e y c o n t a i n e d
n o t h i n g o f d e f e n c e s i gn i f i c a n c e t h e n e ga t i v e s w e r e n o t
r e t a i n e d a n d w e h a v e n o r e c o r d o f a n y p b o t o gr a p h s h a v i n g
b e e n t a k e n f r o m t h e m .
P u b l i c i t y
M s H o d ge : To a s k t h e S e c r e t a r y .
o f S t a t e f o r De f e n c e
w h a t i s
.
I DS De p ~ e n t ’ s b u d ge t i n , 1 9 9 6 -9 7 f o r
c o n s u l t a n t s t o a s s i s t w i t h i n f o r m a t i o n , p u b l i c i t y , p r e s s a n d
m e d i a . [ 3 9 3 5 3 ]
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T I ME F R AME OF SI GHT I NG:
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L OC AT I O: N: MAT L OC K , D E R B Y SHI R E , between 8pm to l1pmm (no exact timeframe
stated
by
witness) , D AT E : 18th August 1996.
SI GHT I NG:
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Around the above dateline the witness noticed two high altitude lights at
an approximate height of between 25, 000 to 30, 000 feet (as estimated
by
witness), the lights were travelling at a great speed and performing unusual
manouvering patterns for a short timeframe of lei: ; : ; : : ; : ; than a few minutes; , at
this point the witness saw the two lights dissapear in. the direction of the
South E ast of Matlock at approximately th. e same height and heading.
T he witness has s; tated that he has had experience within the aviation
industry and therefore claims to the best of his knowledge that he has;
ascertained the details; covering his sighting correctly and as accurately
as he can provide.
All information is currently under inve: ; : ; tigation and as E i: U ch the content of
the available information in respect of fact cannot be summised as of
present.

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( e )
Ot h e r
( 3 )
( 4 )
e
( 3 )
SECTION
’ B ’
-
Co n t :
1 2 . Did t h e Ob j e c t ( s ) :
( a ) St a y St a t io n a r y .
( ) ( b )
R o t a t e ( . / )
( c )
Mo ve f r o m L e f t
t o R ig h t .
(
)
( d)
Mo ve f r o m R ig h t t o
L e f t . ( . / )
( e ) Sp e e d up a n d m o ve a wa y
( )
( f )
R is e o r F a l l in m o t io n . ( . / )
( g )
B r e a k in t o p a r t s .
( )
( h )
Ex p l o de .
( ) ( i)
L e a ve a n y t r a c e
o f
( i)
Sm o k e
( )
( ii)
F ir e
( )
* * ( iii) Ot h e r
( )
* P l e a s e t ic k a p p r o p ia t e b o x .
* *
P l e a s e
s p e c if y
0 )
Dr o p a n y t h in g :
( k )
P ic k
a n y t h in g up :
( I)
Ch a n g e s h a p e o r c o l o ur .
( m )
Ch a n g e m a k e up . i. e . F r o m s o l id t o Tr a n s p a r e n t . Y e s
( )
No ( . / )
( m )
Sudde n l y va n is h . Y e s ( * . / ) No
( )
*
L o s t t o s ig h t o n h o r iz o n
1 3 . Wh a t wa s t h e p o s it io n o f
t h e Sun o r Mo o n in r e l a t io n t o t h e
Ob j e c t ( s ) .
Sun s e t t in g in we s t .
1 4 . Wa s t h e Ob j e c t ( s ) s e e n
b y
o r t h r o ug h a n y o f t h e f o l l o win g :
( a )
Na k e d e y e . ( . / )
( b )
Op t ic a l In s t r um e n t .
( )
( c )
V e h ic l e win ds c r e e n :
( )
If
win ds c r e e n wa s it
f it t e d wit h a n y a n t i- g l a r e
m a t e r ia l Y e s
( )
No
( )
( d)
Win do w p a n e :
( i)
Sin g l e p a n e
( ) ( ii)
Do ub l e g l a z in g
( )
* Ot h e r
( )
*
If
o t h e r p l e a s e
s p e c if y .
1 5 . Wa s t h e r e
a n y s o un d f r o m t h e
Ob j e c t ( s ) Y e s
( )
No ( . / )
If
y e s , p l e a s e
de s c r ib e .
( 5 )
e
( 4 )
1 6 . Was t h e r e an y o t h e r so u n d ( s) f . e
T r af f i c
( )
-
A i r c r af t
( )
-
* O t h e r
( )
* I f o t h e r p l e ase
sp e c i f y .
1 7 . Was t h e o b j e c t ( s) ( A ) S h ar p l y d e f i n e d ( Ye s) ( B ) F u z z y o r B l u r r e d
( No )
( C )
S e l f l u m i n o u s ( Ye s)
1 8 . E st i m at e t h e ap p ar e n t si z e
o f
t h e o b j e c t ( s) wh e n c o m p ar e d t o t h e f o l l o wi n g at
ar m s l e n g t h : A . Pi n h e ad
( )
B . Pe a
( )
C . Ne w Pe n n y
( )
D.
f i v e p e n c e p i e c e
( )
E . T e n p e n c e p i e c e
( )
F .
F i f t y
p e n c e p i e c e
( )
G .
O r an g e
( )
H . L ar g e r ( . / )
*
Pl e ase t i c k ap p r o p i at e b o x .
1 9 . H o w d i d y o u h ap p e n t o n o t i c e t h e
o b j e c t ( s) : L o o k i n g ar o u n d wh e n o b j e c t c au g h t
m y e y e .
2 0 . Wh at we r e y o u d o i n g at t h e t i m e : T ak i n g p h o t o g r ap h s o f t h e ar e a
2 1 .
l f m o v i n g , c o m p ar e t h e sp e e d o f
t h e o b j e c t ( s) wi t h t h e f o l l o wi n g :
A . Pi st o n e n g i n e ai r c r af t . ( . / ) B . J e t ai r c r af t
( )
C . O t h e r
( )
2 2 . We r e t h e r e an y c o n v e n t i o n al ai r c r af t i n t h e v i c i n i t y b e f o r e , d u r i n g o r
af t e r t h e
si g h t i n g : No n e
2 3 . E st i m at e d i st an c e
o f o b j e c t ( s) f r o m y o u : Di f f i c u l t t o
say , m ay b e 1 0 m i l e s o r
m o r e !
2 4 . Wh at i s y o u r e st i m at e
o f
t h e e l e v at i o n
o f
t h e o b j e c t ( s) t o t h e h o r i z o n i n d e g r e e s:
5 5 0
t o
6 0 0
( 6 )
e
( 5 )
SECTION
’ c ’
The P hy s i c a l Cha r a c t e r i s t i c s
o f
t he Ob s e r v a t i o n
1 . Whe r e w e r e y o u a t t he t i m e
o f
t he s i g ht i n g :
On c l ud i n g n e a r e s t St r e e t , To w n o r V i l l a g e ) H a l b e r t o n H i g h St r e e t , H a l b e r t o n , De v o n
2 . Wha t
f i r s t b r o ug ht y o ur a t t e n t i o n t o t he
Ob j e c t ( s ) : Sa w o b j e c t s hi n i n g i n
s k y
a s I
l o o k e d a r o un d .
3 . H o w d i d t he
Ob j e c t ( s ) d i s a p p e a r f r o m v i e w : L o s t t o
s i g ht o v e r t he n o r t h w e s t e r n
ho r i z o n .
4 .
Co m p a r i n g t he s i z e
o f
t he
Ob j e c t ( s ) y o u s a w t o t ha t
o f a F ul l Mo o n , w a s i t : -
( a )
Sm a l l e r
p i ) ( b )
The s a m e s i z e
( ) ( c ) L a r g e r
( )
6 . We r e t he r e o t he r w i t n e s s e s t o t he
Ob j e c t ( s ) y o u s a w :
Of
y e s , p l e a s e g i v e
n a m e s a n d a d d r e s s e s a n d t e l e p ho n e w he r e p o s s s i b l e .
( 7 )
e
( 6 )
SECTION
’ D ’
P r e v a i l i n g W e a t h e r D u r i n g Y o u r Ob s e r v a t i o n
1 . Cl a r i t y o f A t m o s p h e r e :
( a )
Cl e a r
( - X )
( b ) H a z y
( ) Fo g g y ( )
2 . Cl o u d c o v e r :
( a )
To t a l
( ) ( b )
Th r e e Q u a r t e r
( ) ( c ) H a l f
( )
( d )
Q u a r t e r
( X ; ( c )
No n e
( )
3 . A t m o s p h e r i c Te m p e r a t u r e :
( a )
Fr e e z i n g
( ) ( b )
Co l d
( )
/6
( c )
Co o l
( ) ( d )
M i l d
( K ’ J ( e )
W a r m
( ) ( e ) V e r y
H o t
( )
4 . P r e c i p i t a t i o n :
( a ) D r y p /J ( b )
R a i n
( ) ( c )
Sn o w
( )
( d ) L i g h t n i n g
( ) ( e )
Ot h e r
( )
5 . W i n d St r e n g t h :
( a )
St i l l
( K ) ( b )
B r e e z e
( ) ( c )
St r o n g
( )
( d )
G a l e Fo r c e
( )
6 . V i s i b l e A s t r o n o m i c a l :
( a )
St a r s
( ) ( b )
M o o n
( ) ( c )
Su n
( )
( d )
A u r o r a B o r e a l i s
( ) ( c )
Sh o o t i n g St a r s
( )
M t N I S T R Y
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F L Y I N G
R G O N E - I S M S
o t e
Way
t h e y
ar e
e n s e e ’ h i n
ar e as
l i n k e d
t o
e l e c t r i c al
po we r
o r . O g i C al f au l t s .
I t i s
P o s s i b l e
h o we ve r
t h at
U F O
e n i n
t h e s e
ar e as
b e c au s e
t h e y
ar e
at t r ac t e d
t o t h e s i t e s , as
f e e d i n g
o r
b r e e d i n g
g r o u n d s . T h e s e
b i o f o n n s ,
wh i c h
ar e
n o r m al l y
i n vi s i b l e ,
m i g h t b e c o m e
vi s i b l e
wh e n
t h e y
appr o ac h
E ar t h ,
b e c au s e o f t h e
l o we r
m ag n e t i c
f r e q u e n c i e s
wh i c h
o c c u r h e r e .
T h i s i s
wh y We
s e e
t h e m
as
ph ys i c al
o b j e c t s , o r
g l o wi n g
l i g h t s
at
n i g h t .
T h i s
wo u l d
al s o
e x pl ai n
wh y ’ b al l
l i g h t n i n g ’
i s
s e e n
t o
m o ve
i n
an
i n t e l l i g e n t
way;
b e c au s e
i t i s n ’ t
l i g h t n i n g
at
al l , b u t
a l i vi n g ,
f l yi n g
c r e at u r e .
f o r g o n e
s k y
c r e at u r e s
d o
e x i s t ,
t h e y
c o u l d
b e
e s po n s i b l e
f o r
t h e
m aj o r i t y
o f
U F O
s i g h t i n g s .
f an y
o b s e r ve r s
s ay
t h at
U F O s
ar e
o r g an i c
an d
~ x i b l e ,
r at h e r
t h an
s t at i o n ar y.
T h e y
h ave
b e e n
’ e n
f l o at i n g
O Ve r
r o ad s ,
at
c l o s e
r an g e ,
an d
ar e
m e t i m e s
s ai d
t o
b e
m o r e
l i k e
a
g as o r
b al l
o f
) wi n g
l i g h t
t h an
a
s o l i d .
S u c h
o b s e r vat i o n s
m ay
m o r e
ac c u r at e
t h an
t h e
c l i c h
d
f l yi n g
s au c e r s
! t
wi t n e s s e s
d e s c r i b e .
I t ’ s
q u i t e
P o s s i b l e
t h at
e n
pe o pl e
s e e
o r g o n e
al i e n s ,
t h e y
pe r c e i ve
t h e m
; pac e s h i ps
d u e
t o
t h e i r
i n e x pl i c ab l e
appe ar an c e .
o u
s t u d y
U F O
r e po r t s ,
yo u
wi l l
f i n d
t h at
m an y
r ai n
d e s c r i pt i o n s
o f
g as - l i k e
s t r u c t u r e s ,
an d
t h e
e o f
t h e ’ c r af t ’
c h an g i n g .
S o m e t i m e s
t h e

i s
d e s c r i b e d
as
b e i n g
t r an s par e n t ,
wi t h
i g e
i n n e r
wo r k i n g s ,
wh i c h
c o u l d
po s s i b l y
1
t h at
pe o pl e
ar e
s e e i n g
t h e
i n t e r n al
o r g an s
o f
u n u s u al
c r e at u r e s .
O s
ar e
o f t e n
s e e n
c h an g i n g
s h ape
as
t h e y
f l y,
t
d o e s
n o t
f i t i n
wi t h
t h e
c o n c e pt
o f
s o l i d O r g o n e
al i e n s ,
h o we ve r ,
wo u l d
b e
f l e x i b l e
u l d
e as i l y
s t r e t c h ;
t h i s
m i g h t
e ve n
b e a
par t
r
n at u r al
pr o pu l s i o n .
T h e r e
ar e
al s o
r e pO r t s
) s
f l yi n g
i n t o
h i l l s i d e s ,
o r
i n t o
t h e
g r o u n d ,
wo u l d
b e
P o s s i b l e
f o r
o r g o n e
e n t i t i e s .
B y
: i n
d i f f e r e n t
vi b r at i o n al
wave l e n g r h s ,
t h e y
ab l e
t o
pas s
t h r o u g h
ph ys i c al
o b j e c t s
as
We
pas s
t h r o u g h
Wat e r .
Wh e n
U F O s
r
S P O n t an e o u s l y,
i t
c o u l d
b e
t h at
t h e r e at u r e s
ar e
d i s g u i s i n g
t h e m s e l ve s
wi t h
a c am o u f l ag e ;
b y
r ai s i n g
t h ~ i r
f r e q u e n c y,
h t
m ak e
t h e m s e l ve s
i n vi s i b l e .
wb o
W; " ’ , , ,
U F O ,
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e x p" ; , o , , ,
b o ,
u , ; ,
d O " o ’ t
o ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ , ; / y
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t b ’ m
h o r n
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t b " "
t b "
0 " " ,
wh , o
0 " 0 0 ’ ; ,
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f m m
o f
O t g o o ,
" " m o / " o "
’ ’ ’ ’ ’ e t ; o o
m e m o r y
l o s s
an d
m i s s i n g
t i m e .
I t i s
j u s t
at
t h e
wh o l e
U F O
ph e n o m e n o n
h ~ e _ f r n . . . . . . . . . . . L
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SIGHTINGS
Sighting by 26 year old lady over whitehall,object was seen to move
back and forth for 3hrs. Time 00. 45hrs 5/7/95
Sighting by 28 year old lady over whitehall. lights were observed
rotating in a clockwise motion heading towards Bristol city centre
and back repeatedly. the lights were observed to be above the cloud
layer, Time 2. ,,30hrs duration 1 hr 6/7/96
Sighting by 29 year old man over Montpellier, lights were seen to move
back and forth. Time 2. 00 hrs duration 30 mins 5 r6/7/96.
Sighting by
54 year old man over Ashton, lights were size of 2 houses
they repeated a triangular route, Time 3. 20 duration 5mins 6/7/96
Sighting by
48 year old man his wife and daughter over Bedminster,
lights were hovering above a block of flats,rotating and making a whirring
noise. Instead of the white lights as described
by
others these were
blue, they followed a triangular route tilting before returning to a
fixed position. Time 00. 1 0 duration ,3 honEs 1 0 mins 5/7/96
Sighting of large luminous pulsating cloud seen over St Pauls
time 22. 30 duration 1 5 mins 6/8/96.
24 year old man
Sighting by31 year old woman over St Pauls a Bright light the sape of
a candle flame object performed 2 3/4 circles at slow speed then rose
vertically at high speed then vanished. Time 09. 50 duration 2mins 7/8/96.
Sighting by 7 children of 2/3 small round object~
. moyingeratically
over Kingsw’ood time 1 8. 30hrs duration
1 5mins. date early July.
Sighting of double circle of lights by 36 year old ma’h over Clifton
they were moving across the sky in different directions. Time 2. 00hrs
duration 1 hour 5/7/96
.
F riday, August 9, 1 996
U F O
group
probes lights mystery
I
By AL lSO NSTENL AKE
I
A BRISTO L group which inves-
tigates U F O s has. received a
string of reports about
mysterious lights seen in the sky
over the city.
F our people have contacted
Chris D avies, who runs the
Search
gr,oup,
to report
sightings on the same day last
month.
Two separate callers from
Whitehall rang to say they seen
a strange circular’ pattern of
lights at about lam on July 6.
Similar sightingsat around
the same time were reported by
people from Clifton and Alves-
ton, near Bristol.
Chris, 38, of V ictoria Place,
Redfield, said one caller had
reported seeing aboqt 20 lights in
a circle surrounding an inner
ring of about 1 6 lights.
The lights were rotating and
frequently moved behind clouds
in the sky before reappearing,
but there was no noise.
Chris has spent weeks trying
to find a possible cause of the
lights
-
asking the help of
numerous people from the police
to Bristol Air- port.
But he says so far no one has
been able to come up with an
explanation for the sightings.
.
He said:
" It
is quite unusual to
get this many reports of the
same sighting, which c rrobo-
rates it more. "
Anyone who has witnessed
any- similar unexplained
sightings can contact Chris on
01 402 25901 8.
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MILITARY INTEREST
I shall now diversify from the light phenomenon and concentrate on a
particular aspect of my investigation which reveals a military interest
in the U. F. O. phenomena.
Bristol Airport has an official unidentified flying object report form
(enclosed) , it was at the bottom of this form that I noticed an action
instruction for the person taking the report. The instruction was to
immediately telephone a mili tary section and pass on the report r _ ~ then
to send a written report to secretariat(Air Staff)2a this was then followed
by a hand written telephone number. Being a nosey ufologist I decided to
telephone this number, when I got through I posed the question" do you
take UFO reports"? I was told to hold the line and was immediately put throug
to this military section called AIS. I repeated the question and was given
an expectant yes!, I then informed the person I was talking to that I was a
UFO investigator and would like to know what involvement they had with
UFO reports? I was told that they were an information cell(aeronautical)
that distributed information to other departments, I asked what departments?
it was then that I was told if I wanted any more information about this
department I should contact secretariate (Air Staff)2a. This I did and
asked. the following questions.
1. Could they confirm that they had received reports of UFO’s for the
periods in question ?
2. Could they enlighten me as to the procedure they take when investigating
alledged UFO sightings, also their method of prioritising them. ?
3. What is AIS’s involvement in taking UFO reports?
4. Who do they distribute this information to ?
5. What action do they take when receiving UFO reports and can these
reports be obtained be obtained
by
members of the public?
6. Was the. re any low flying or mili tary aircraft exe- rcises taking place
over Bristol or its surrounding area’s on the dates in question?
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