posted on May, 7 2016 @ 02:13 PM
a reply to: vlawde
The alleged events took place over three nights and the people involved had different experiences at different times during the course of these
TV people are notorious for exaggeration and sensationalisation so they aren't the most reliable of sources.
There have been various additional parts of the story which should be treated with extreme caution because they came to light some considerable time
after the fact.
On top of all that, those involved have all claimed to have felt strange effects from being close to the object, such as time slowing down and
weightiness in the limbs. They also said they were confused about some exact details themselves.
Larry Warren and Peter Robbins wrote a book about one viewpoint of the events called Left at East Gate which is worth reading.
Another book by Penniston, Burroughs and Nick Pope is called Encounter in Rendlesham Forest which gives another viewpoint.
The discrepancies between the stories have been the subject of debate for quite some time.
Look in the UFO forum (probably page1) for A Christmas story... and see if you too can let it be?
edit on 7-5-2016 by Tulpa because:
I type too slow. Mirage Man beat me to it.
edit on 7-5-2016 by Tulpa because: too slow