Originally posted by Space Bear
I have always been a believer. I just recently came inside from watching the stars and believe I saw a UFO. Along with shooting stars which are always
pretty nice to see. I like the quotes you have shown though. It's a shame so many people are forced to keep their mouths shut if they have disclosed
Yeah. I am a victom from the British government for having to keep my 'mouth-shut!' and it was compulsory to fill in and sign the contract when I
officially left/quit the Armed Forces back in 2009. I know damn! well what I saw and as for strange blue orbs/light explosions happening really high
up in the sky in the UK and these events occured throughout the night between 12:00pm-02:00am and I was told they were atomic test explosions about
400-600 miles above the Earth
I won't go into too many details as I'm NOT sure how much I'm allowed to say! Though when I was on camp in the UK there were times that in the day
on training we would be stood still on drill square and we would hear loud bangs like thunder above the Army camp however there was NO sight of
Then because the bangs occured moreoften within the hour the NCO's told us that it was flight training however I was always the one to get myself
into trouble by asking too many questions and I said "b*ll&c*s" out allowed and I got cursed at a lot by the Captain and called me a swine & fkface
and IF I spoke again I would be doing gymnasium punishment for 2 hours so I spoke up again and that was that.
I made a stand and I got punished and all because I said there "testing in space".
Then I was starred at everywhere by officers' CO's (Commissioned Officer's) and higher ranks. I felt really uncomfortable like they were onto me
and I wasn't allowed to speak to the other units. I was only aloud to discuss any issues/matters with me Section Commander who would then report to
So I just played it safe and then witnessed another occurance which at the time I was with another 13 lads in those Barracks of Block 177 at
Gloucestershire Logistic Corps in Grantham and this was going back two years ago around the mid-summer. I saw something truely horrifying and I was
one of 8 other personnel who saw it as well and a couple of the lads didn't believe in ufo's/aliens etc and thought it wasa hoax as many would but
when this thing/being kept appearing at our Block 177 which I was told later on by a Staff Sgt that it is the most haunted on the base-camp which we
weren't told about/made aware of until our traing was complete. Otherwise the official's feared that none-of-us would stay and would try and
The lads who thought at the time of it being a hoax experienced it for themselves to be of another/different origin.
And believe me I believe that's the reason none of us from that building were allowed to speak of it and we were watched everywhere we went and who
we spoke to.
Those officials always stared me out when I was in gymnasium/canteen/talking with friends/on the shooting range etc etc. They made me feel really
It was only until I left camp due to being RTU'd for medical injuries I found out when I got back to my unit that's when the Staff Sgt hinted that
back in the earlier 1940's two NCO's (Non-Comissioned Officer's) kept quiet about an appearance at Block 177 at the same camp/base.
It was only later on when they started discussing with work colleagues and friends and family of their experiences that they were approached by an RAF
Witness Programme that were formely secret services of The British Government which spoke to these two NCO's and made an agreement which btoh had
signed too and never spoke of it again. It was over the decades that word passed through the ranks and that it was official that what I saw and the
other 7 lads and those two NCO's we all saw the same thing.
It spoked me out and a few other's that we chose to quit for the safety of ourselves and family/friends. We don't know what we are dealing with and
I don't want to know as we bumped into that creature more than once whilst on training. And its the sort of memories one never forgets. I still
remember it like it was yesterday.