originally posted by: infomaniachousewife
a reply to: pigsy2400
2,095 comments on the can't we just let it be says otherwise. Just because you're not interested doesn't mean that's the opinion of everyone.
Here's a tip. If you are not interested, don't comment.
To be fair to Pigsy, he has performed some great research and regularly taken part in the two main Rendlesham threads ('Can We Let It Be/ Will There
Be An Answer') since 2013, originally approaching the case with an open mind and obviously leaving it as a frustrating dead-end, especially with the
constant embellishments that have clouded the entire picture.
I'm thankful for the grand work both you (regarding Warren's position) and Pigsy have contributed to this case. Sadly, from being a Believer in
possible ET contact at Rendlesham (and an initial admirer, like yourself, of Warren and Robbins' 1997 'East Gate' opus), I'm now at the point where I
believe Ian Ridpath was most likely right all the way back in 1985 - at a time when embellishments were nil and even the original statements were not
made public until 1997. Ironically, they only strengthened Ian's case and seemingly caused one witness to panic and resort to claims of 'statement
manipulation', especially since he'd already laid the foundations for a far more intimate and prolonged encounter, contradicted in 1997 by the
official statements, including his own.
As for Larry running with Bustinza's original story (only more watered down, ie no element of the USAF considering repairs to a landed 'saucer', and
the craft being left in a field for two days!), it's ironic that Bustinza himself has remained free of criticism despite his account being even wilder
than Larry's and completely uncorroborated by any other personnel. Then again, Bustinza has never arrogantly swaggered his way across ufology,
preferring to remain a shy, quiet guy in the background despite giving four interviews since 1984, each a more diluted version of events until in 2015
his story was comparatively mild, his interactions with Burroughs ultimately more interesting than the Halt trek itself.
Bustinza remains the eternal RFI enigma for me, so it's also ironic that his original story lives on in Warren's borrowed account, even though Capel
Green does not form part of Bustinza's encounter - which was in a forest clearing rather than a 'field'. If we can finally understand Bustinza and his
original motives (if any) as he understood them, we may be able to lay much of that evening to rest. In the meantime, Warren is virtually
As for your blog, it is such a toxic, highly unpleasant situation that I would actually feel extremely uncomfortable commenting about it at all. All I
can do is sincerely wish you well, and hope for a peaceful resolution that eventually satisfies everybody concerned.
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