posted on Apr, 14 2010 @ 10:45 PM
Originally posted by Shino
And this is what one of the witnesses saw on the object that he believed to have landed in the infamous Rendlesham Forest incident. Notice the
similarities in the text?
Something happened in Rendlesham forest, but that drawing I think is from Jim Penniston and I don't think his story lines up with everybody else's
so at best those are suspect and at worst an outright hoax:
Rendlesham Forest Incident
Jim Penniston and John Burroughs went to investigate the craft together. However, there is a major inconsistency in separate interviews of Jim
Penniston and John Burroughs. In an interview with Larry King on November 9, 2007, Jim Penniston claimed that he did a 45 minutes full investigation
of the craft on the ground, touched the craft and took photos of the craft. However, in a separate interview in Robert Stack's Unsolved Mysteries,
John Burroughs described that after suddenly encountering the craft on the ground, "we all hit the ground, and it went up into the trees". The
interviews with Jim Penniston and John Burroughs have subsequently been made available on Youtube.
Those two stories can't BOTH be right, can they? No, they can't.
However, I find the Japan illustration fascinating, though despite it's disc shape it seems to have been used more as a seagoing vessel than a
spaceship from the story that was told. Even so, where would such an iron and glass vessel have come from? So it's a fascinating story, even if its
not a flying saucer.