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ilkley moor 1987

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posted on Mar, 18 2004 @ 05:22 AM
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I thought someone here might know if my theory about what appened was plossible

On the east Yorkshire coast at a place called Fylingdales is a huge
American early warning station; a part of the US star wars programme. It is
just inland from Whitby on the coast. If you get a map and draw a straight
line from Fylindales to Menwith Hill and carry the line on it passes through
Ilkley Moor! I have a theory that signals from Menwith Hill and signals from
Fylindales interact with one another and produce a combined signal based on interference patterns that would be strong along the straight line joining
the two stations and weak in all other directions. It would act like a guide
path (like they use for landing aeroplanes in fog) and so a spacecraft
wandering through interstellar space would pick up the signals, even though
light years away, and follow them to planet earth and then finally land on
Ilkley Moor
And when alan godfrey saw this alien he claims it was very fogy
any thoughts???

posted on Mar, 30 2004 @ 02:51 PM
Sounds really interesting but i aint heard fook all about it..probibly because i was only born that year
and im uprised no one has even attempted to answer this.

posted on Mar, 30 2004 @ 02:59 PM
googled and found this :

One of the most unique accounts of alien abduction comes to us from the Ilkley Moor in Yorkshire, England. The witness and subject of this case is a former policeman named Alan Godfrey. Godfrey claims that in the early morning of December 1, 1987, he was taken aboard an unidentified flying craft, and after his release managed to snap a picture of one of the alien beings.

also found this one


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