Nohe wasnt , burroughs, who was with him , swears he did not even See an object, when only a fewpaces behind, Also the notebook descriptions were not
written during the event like he claimed they were....
"Burroughs, who was within a few yards of him throughout the incident and saw no craft, told me in an email on 2006 March 22: “Penniston was not
keeping a notebook as it went down”. In a further email dated 2008 January 17 Burroughs emphasized: “Penniston did not have time to make any
sketches in a note book while this was going on and did not walk around it for 45 min.”
since when is the military a high source of credibility. where have you been the last thousand years. the have whole divisions set up for deception,
psychological warfare and propaganda. the truth is a journey not a bus stop.
Can I ask if you took any time at all looking over this vast bit of data?
I assure you that if you put together a New Thread with just 10% as much information that has been provided in the OP regarding to the "Death of the
Uk Scientist Jupp" and/or Dr Clarke. you would be well on your way to some very intelligent and respectful dialog.
The incidents are the result of the testing and deployment of systems that make use of unconventional fuel and power sources with potentially
dangerous side effects. We can add the 1971 Delphos incident to the list as well in terms of toxicity.
There are exotic nuclear and chemical based systems in use and sometimes they just go wrong. A group of objects could be encased in a (insert shape of
choice here) special matrix so that the structure of the object is its fuel. Think of the way a solid fueled rocket motor burns from the inside out.
Then as the fuel is expended (sparking, coronal discharge), the internal objects detach and go their own way. Unfortunately if the objects also give
off ionizing radiation, it's really bad for living tissue.
If one of these things lands in the wrong neighbor's backyard, it's best to put some "alien" writing on the outside, not "Made in XXX."
The lighthouse was part of it, for sure, I'm not sure it explains all of it. there's
also Lt. Col. Halt's recording which seems to verify he was looking at the lighthouse based on the 5 second intervals of the lighthouse:
The beeps in that recording are 5 seconds apart, and that's the frequency he sees the light at, so it sure seems like it's the lighthouse he's
And when Lt. Col Halt was confronted about that, he said he was stopping and starting the recording. I'm sure he did stop and start the recording at
times, but I don't hear any starts and stops in that interval, and if it happened to coincide with a 5 second interval it's pretty coincidental. The
people who claim that's not the lighthouse in Halt's recording are in denial I think, it may fall short of absolute proof but it's pretty
I fell for Penniston's notebook for years and thought that was pretty good evidence. It wasn't until years later that I did more research and found
out what you stated in your reply above, about Penniston apparently making up the notebook years later, and Burroughs and Penniston who were together
don't tell the same story at all. So anyone who says they believe this case, which version? Not even the witnesses agree on what happened. Burroughs
and Penniston's accounts are completely different.
That's an impressive amount of research done in the OP but having done all that research I would have thought you'd run across the discrepancy in
the Penniston and Burroughs accounts and acknowledge at least one of them must be lying, my guess is Penniston because I can't find any evidence in
earlier years where he claimed to have that notebook.
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