posted on Jan, 29 2009 @ 03:26 PM
I know a woman who escorted an extra-terrestrial reptilian to rendezvoux with Lord Hill-Norton, Admiral of the Fleet, in Suffolk during 1984, and
watched the being (around 6' 3" in height) beg for their space-ships to be allowed to transport water (which had to be fresh water, not salt) to his
planet which has a higher proportion of desert than our more temperate planet.....however she said it was known to the MoD that another alien species,
quite reminiscent of birds and super-musical culturally, were, or are I suppose, at war with the reptilians, and the birds convinced the MoD to avoid
behaving particularly gratifyingly of the reptoids' wishes......so that was 1984. Yes, that does sound so bizarre.
The Max Burns UFO case is quite big, in that, from his point of view, all he did is investigate a Tornado GR1 being shot down by a flying
triangle in 1997 over the Lady Bower Reservoir....Max made absolutely no claims re either craft involving extra-terrestrial life, however at the point
at which he said to me "On the night of the Tornado crash (which had exploded after arming its missiles in the hope of crashing the FT) there was a
sudden unusual drop in the water level of the reservoir", that prompted me to describe my woman friend's experience with an extra-terrestrial
lodger. At the time of Max's case investigation, three 'ufologists' were known by many to be behaving highly unusually towards Max, those three
being Tim Matthews, David Clarke and Andy Roberts, and what is meant here is actual physical efforts to stop Max going on stage to deliver talks on
the Lady Bower reservoir Tornado crash.....no matter what Matthews/Clarke/Roberts say, I will never forget the experience of sitting at a ufo talk
being given by Max Burns, with Tim Matthews amongst the audience, knowing many of the audience were sitting there with sticks hidden on their persons
waiting on 'Matthews' (real surname Hepple) starting to howl and yell as usual at Max (which they told me he was constantly doing), these ufo group
members having decided to absolutely smash him when he started up - but as if there was some informer in the group, it was the first time Tim didn't
begin the usual violent filibustering, and the talk went somewhat less dramatically than expected.
Other ufologists have corresponded water disappearances with ufo appearances (especially Reg Presley, former Trogs lead singer, who had appeared
on British TV in the late 1990s talking about how ufos seemed to be stealing water from desperate areas such as Bangladesh, causing even worse trouble
for those starving people) and an interesting point is that the book Nick Pope published around the time of the Max Burns case (where he was jailed
for 30 months for possession of amphetamines) was extraordinarily reminiscent in plot to that Tornado crash story.
I choose to support Larry O'Hara over against Tim Matthews & co., purely because so many people could not possibly have been wanting to
obliterate him without him being unusually constantly troublesome within the ufo community - after that last Max talk which Tim attended Tim dropped
out of the ufo scene and hasn't been heard from ever since. ATS readers can imagine the strangeness of the impression given by Tim Matthews going to
the bother of travelling to every Max Burns lecture in order to howl and yell at him. I've described Andy Roberts' strange behaviour too, in a post
onto a 'Catlett' thread in ATS, if readers are interested. All three of these antagonists have always easily got their articles and books published,
easily got onto TV in Britain, and always appear to be on good terms with the MoD, and annoyingly consistently totally diss recent new ufo reports.
Where America had that guy Phillip Klass, Britain's got a team of these sorts - obvious spooks. But it must be said, whatever the truth is, it does
sound extremely bizarre and unbelievable anyway.