posted on Jul, 8 2009 @ 04:13 PM
I have spoken to Colin Andrews through e-mail many times. I've been following his research since the early 90s. I believe he's as reliable and
honest as they come. During the 2009 X-Conference, he disputed Nick Pope with mounds of evidence, after Nick claimed that the British government had
no interest in the crop circle phenomenon.
I want to remind you all of a particular incident that occured back in 1989 in Norwich, England, that might just give this story the credibility it
needs. Incase some of you don't remember, the UK Ministry of Defence started a program to begin making classified UFO documents readily accesible to
the public. One of the reports states how a woman walking her dog in a park one night encountered a man with fair hair, wearing a brown
garment/flight suit, who told the woman his race was responsible for making crop circles. The woman ran and heard a buzzing noise, and saw a large
spherical orange globe rising from the bushes.
How do I know this? Because she called the Royal Airforce and they took her report down, and they
released part of the report in last year's wave of UFO files. Here it is:
Pay attention to the details of the report and how they match the details of the sighting the police officer had. In both cases, a man with blonde
hair wearing some type of one-piece suit was spotted and was related to crop circles. Also in both cases, a buzzing/crackling noise was heard. When
you connect the dots, this may very well be as real as the dawn of day.
Cmdraleon, I'm sure Colin knows already but whenever you get a chance, let him know about the incident that took place in 1989! Thanks
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