Landing Sites

Landing Sites

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5 Responses

  1. visitor says:

    I would suggest that you
    I would suggest that you investigate and read the reports of the Rendlesham forest incident. The reports were submitted by the deputy Base Commander, Charles Holt and various members of the Base Security personell.

  2. Ian Topham says:

    Thank you visitor, I’ll try to find out what I can about the Base Commanders incident reports.  I was under the impression that the crash was considered to be rather controversial and inconclusive.  Do you think it was some kind of cover up?

  3. Daniel Parkinson says:

    Did any more evidence about this case come out with the release of documents by the MOD?

  4. ebob1506 says:

    Re: Landing Sites
    a report on rendlesham was included in nick pope’s book which i have mislaid at the moment.

  5. Mauro says:

    Re: Landing Sites
    Most investigators (and the Forestry Commission) now believe Rendlesham was a "blind" to cover an aircraft accident of some kind, just like Roswell. Oh, and I wrote a bit about the whole Rendlesham fiasco a while ago. đŸ˜‰

    While I cannot (and don’t want) say that we have been visited by aliens from outer space there are two cases in France were physical traces were found at the site of an alleged UFO sighting and examined by scientific institutions.
    Both cases were investigated by the GEPAN (the French government agency dedicated to the investigation of unidentified aerial phenomena, a branch of the French space agency): samples were gathered by the Gendarmerie using standard police procedures and examined (often in double-blind studies) by a number of scientific institutions including the National Institute for Agronomical Research (INRA), the University of Metz, the Paul Sebatier University (Toulouse) and the University of Pau.
    The first case (Trans-en-Provence 1981): a circular trace was found in a field where an alleged UFO landing had taken place.
    Earth inside the ring had been compacted to a tough crust about a quarter of an inch thick. This crust was abnormaly rich in calcium. Further tests indicated the soil was subject to a heavy weight which caused erosion and striation. Heat (about 600°C) had been applied. Some small "black beads" found in the ring turned out to be made of iron and iron oxide of elevated purity. Plants in the immediate vicinity (luzerne) were found to have been stripped of violakanthine, beta carotene and chlorophyll A and B levels were about 30% lower than similar plants gathered at regular intervals from the center. Nuclear radiations don’t do that. In fact no known agent can do that.
    The second case (Valensole 1965): again a circular trace was found, this time in a damp spot where an alleged UFO landing had taken place.
    Mud had again solidified to a tough crust with very high calcium content. Note that samples taken from both underneath the crust and from outside the "ring" were absolutely consistent with the normal soil of the area.
    Again plants in the vicinity had been stripped of chlorophyll A and B and started to wither away immediately after the sighting.
    The witness of the second case, Maurice Masse, was questioned at length by both GEPAN and Gendarmerie investigators. He changed his story numerous times and the investigators felt he wasn’t telling the whole truth about the sighting.
    And whatever it is, we’ll never know for sure.