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Nick Pope: Rendlesham Incident 'Solved' in New TV Show

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posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 02:00 PM
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A new TV show pilot is being promoted on You Tube that promises to solve the Rendlesham Forest incident and features Nick Pope.

The team behind this show are called UNX-X and include an A-Team assembly of complimentary skills and talents. They have mediums, rescue mediums, regression hynotherapists and paranormal investigators. The UNX-X team have a website...here.

The promotional footage is worth watching and Nick Pope is a very convincing presenter for the show. Here's the video...



So who is Paul Wookey the paranormal investigator?



His biography is available and he appears to have no history of paranormal research in his CV....here.


I am a TV Presenter/ Producer and writer from Bournemouth with 8 years experience in the Broadcasting industry. A very creative character who is adaptable and works hard at every project attempted.


Maybe the next guy is more convincing? It's Alan Bates AKA the 'Comedy Hypnotist.' He's travelled the world doing shows and can be hired from £550 a night. Not a bad price. Anyone who's enjoyed a hypnotist night in a bar knows they are entertaining guys.




Comedy Hypnotist By Royal Appointment Based on the Wirral, Cheshire, Alan has been performing Hypnosis shows for over twenty years. Alan first found work as a DJ / Presenter in the UK then went to work in the United States for three years cruising the Caribbean in the capacity of Casino Manager.
Scott Jordan Management




For two years Alan toured the U.K with psychic medium Derek Acorah from the popular TV show "Most Haunted" starring in their own show "The Paranormal Experience". The show incorporated Mediumship and Past Life Regression.


Derek Acorah was a household name in the UK as a psychic on 'Most Haunted' until doubts about his credibility were confirmed by a colleague on the show...SPOOKY TRUTH: TV'S MOST HAUNTED CON EXPOSED TV.

Christine Walsh( (nee hamlett) is a 'clairvoyant medium rescue medium and psychic artist' of 'national and international fame.' She has her own website...here. It's listed through the same Scottish internet firm as the UNX-X website...Domain lookup. She claims on her site to be actively involved in trying to solve a number of UK murders. This kind of practice open to interpretation and whilst some regard it as mercenary or exploitative, others see it as legitimate.



Nick Pope needs no introduction and, prior to this, I've had no axe to grind with him. A number of UK UFO researchers have strongly held opinions and maybe they have a point?

The Rendlesham Forest case is in the news with the binary code revelations of Jim Penniston. There's an active thread....Rendlesham forest, "Ancient Aliens" episode 30.12.10 and binary numbers.

What does Nick Pope hope to gain in this venture? Some see him as a 'disinfo' agent with an agenda to undermine ufology. Others suggest he's making money on the back of the MOD desk job he once held. Although it might appear otherwise, I've nothing against people making a living in whatever niche they can find. The players in this pilot show are probably trying to catch some limelight and bank a pay cheque.

Nevertheless, it's this kind of show and the endorsement of people like Nick Pope that keeps the subject in perpetual darkness.



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posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 02:12 PM
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By having Psychics and mediums involved makes it all look a bit stupid and will put many off I imagine. I would prefer scientists to take a look rather than mediums and psychics, It looks like its being done to discredit what happend at Rendlesham.



posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 02:23 PM
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I agree having psychics and these others on there make it look kinda suspect. I would of thought they would have gone the route that the U.F.O. Hunters show went having different ufo researchers and at least one person with a science or aeronautical background, looking from a strictly factual, scientific view.



posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 02:27 PM
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The Rendlesham incident can't be solved. Thanks to the ignorance of the internet conspiracy crowd, no explanation will suffice, and in fact will only serve to reinforce their delusions and or absurd beliefs.



posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 02:32 PM
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I wonder if Nick Pope needs hanging by his testicles for promoting this? If his credibility is marketable, it's taken a torpedo in this pilot.



posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 02:48 PM
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This looks like a really, REALLY awful version of Jesse Ventura's 'Conspiracy Theory' or that other show, 'UFO Hunters'.

"As far as I know, a psychic medium has never been used to investigate a UFO case of any kind."

No sh*t


The concept is obviously pandering to two of the biggest television markets in our current time: UFO/Aliens and Psychics/Paranormal. But it just looks awful.

As for Nick Pope, well, I can see why he might do this, the lure of having his own show and the spotlight being primarily on him has obviously had something to do with it. I've met him before and he seemed like a thoroughly nice chap and obviously has a lot of enthusiasm for the subject of ufology, but I can't see this having anything but a negative effect on his reputation.

Getting psychics to prove the existence of UFO's is like getting Santa Claus to prove the existence of Bigfoot!



posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 02:54 PM
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hey buddy, yeah i cant help but think Nick Pope has sold out
since he left his "real" job at the MOD years ago but then it is
tempting i suppose if you can put any team together and get air
time a carer and a decent wage well good for him.

Not that it will do the UFO community much good but we can
at least watch it and see if any new stuff come to light.

And like i said with the state the UK is in at the moment as far
as full time employment is going fair play to the guys/gals cos
i would do exactly the same as there just are no decent jobs to
be had in this country now and wont be for a long long time.

Unless you class stacking shelves at the local supermarket
for £5.40 & hour a carer then good luck to whoever.not me!
Oh do have a s & f



posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 03:16 PM
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I don't mean this in a bad way, but Nick Pope is a tool.

He still works for the British government. Remember this. He has gone on record defending the official version of the 9/11 story and now he is working for elite-crafted disclosure.

Granted, I will support any staged scenario so long as its intentions are benign. Obviously it is a beneficial thing in many ways to introduce the world to the idea that there is a "higher power" watching over us - in a tangible technologically superior way. And this particular case has gained the momentum to be a perfect conduit for promoting this vision - whether true or false.

So let us get back to slick TV productions that have to be based on a team of investigators with varying specialties - and always the one skeptic. This is the format and formula tried and true for "reality" shows about conspiracies and ghosts and all of that. So Nick Pope has no choice but to work with that. I am sure he finds it silly himself, but his job is important and I bet he gets paid quite a bit - and I'm not talking about $ for the TV show.



posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 03:26 PM
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Originally posted by Kandinsky
...Others suggest he's making money on the back of the MOD desk job he once held. Although it might appear otherwise, I've nothing against people making a living in whatever niche they can find. The players in this pilot show are probably trying to catch some limelight and bank a pay cheque.

Nevertheless, it's this kind of show and the endorsement of people like Nick Pope that keeps the subject in perpetual darkness.


I know that minimal 'I concur' responses are frowned upon here, but what more can be said? Okay, I can say a little more: Nick Pope seems a nice enough chap, but he doesn't seem to be an investigator as much as a proponent. He seems especially willing to believe 'it' if 'it' happened on British soil.

If the MOD has been involved in cover-ups, then an unwitting Nick Pope would be, IMO, the perfect choice for the 'UFO Desk.' He believes so he won't come across as the typical naysaying government shill, but he's not likely to actually solve anything either.

Remember, I did say he was a nice enough chap and all...



posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 03:33 PM
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Well Nick Pope is a bad reputation in some circles but the rest of the people are a terrible crew. I do not think that much will be resolved at all due the the number of dodgy people.



posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 03:34 PM
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I was thinking the same thing at first. I mean, there is 100% NO DOUBT he is going to shoot himself in the foot the first time out with ignorant claims such as this.

But then I had to remind myself we are talking about the UFO community here. If idiots like greer, romanak, and the tons of others can have swarms of people eager to give them the benefit of a doubt, then Nick Pope should have nothing to worry about, lol.

What's he going to do, say or do something that turns away those of us that use common sense, reason and logic? No worries, by the looks of it we are such a small part of his target audience anyway.......



posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 03:41 PM
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Originally posted by Kandinsky
The promotional footage is worth watching and Nick Pope is a very convincing presenter for the show. Here's the video...




Hi Kandinsky,

I don't know if you've already seen the version below with a laughter track added. (A link to this version was recently circulated by Ian Ridpath on the Ufologyinuk email List).



All the best,

Isaac



posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 04:02 PM
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Originally posted by Kandinsky
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I wonder if Nick Pope needs hanging by his testicles for promoting this?


The show looks utterly appalling! Maybe ruthless anal probing with a radioactive cigar-shaped object would be more apt - actually, make that a radioactive triangular-shaped object.

The UNX-X website seems very professional. There you will find a “fledgeling (sic) medium” a “highley (sic) experienced medium” and “proffesional (sic) photographer and investigater (sic)”

Nick Pope can stick this up his arse (if there's room along side that triangle thing). I'm currently revisiting Arthur C Clarke's Mysterious Universe and thoroughly enjoying it.



posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 04:27 PM
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Originally posted by Kandinsky
A new TV show pilot is being promoted on You Tube that promises to solve the Rendlesham Forest incident and features Nick Pope.


Hi Kandinsky, thanks for posting this.

I always thought and still think that Nick Pope cannot speak out freely as he probably would have want to, because I think that “they” still got him still “by the balls” so to say.

But I really do not need in any way such a show with as claimed “paranormal people” who will no doubt do their upmost best in trying to solve the Rendlesham Forest case, because it is already clear to me.

But I am however really amazed that especially he will use such a show to try to do that.



posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 05:27 PM
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Ian Ridpath made reference to an upcoming TV show in another thread, so I was looking forward to seeing what the show would be about. I think he said Penniston would be part of it.

If this is it, I must say I'm disappointed. UFO hunters wasn't the greatest show (in fact they were pretty dishonest about the Rendlesham case) but this show might be even worse, if that's possible.

Regarding Nick Pope: like you, I didn't have a problem with him before, but maybe now I do.



posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 06:52 PM
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I have read one of Nick's books. After being in MOD he has had the clamps placed on him with the state secrets act. I liked his attitude and hope presented in the fact that if things are as bad as some stories go, we still have a fighting chance and can stand up no matter the threat. The way he is going about unravelling Rendlesham does look like a very good approach to accustomed the subject matter involved.



posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 07:22 PM
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Well here is the natural and obvious thread or chain of events to follow:

Penniston comes forward after 30 years to reveal he had a strange series of daydreams of binary code that he wrote down. This is "disclosed" on a hugely popular TV show and was followed up to show that there are co-ordinates to some mysterious island with an obscure ancient history associated with it - in the context of the UFO encounter and visitors. Another recent Ancient Aliens show has broadcast far and wide the idea of portals and wormholes on Earth whereby the UFOs come and go - such as the Bermuda Triangle and others. So here is the perfect opportunity to announce to a certain demographic of the world the news of another intelligent species - from our past or on the ocean bottoms in secret bases or whatever. And this news, if it fits the archetype of the UFO and human evolution properly, will then gain further momentum eventually worldwide and be our long-heralded disclosure - or false flag. Or both.
edit on 9-1-2011 by corsair00 because: (no reason given)



posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 07:46 PM
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Nick Pope seems a person with good intentions.....until now. Why after the previous few years of the media and television being open and fairly positive abou the subject does it have to come back to something like this? If they decided to do a show like this they could have at least picked respectable people with backgrounds in the paranormal and not a bunch if fraudsters. Everyone should write RIGHT NOW to both Nick Pope and whoever is producing this show and demand a damn explanation!



posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 10:40 PM
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No. Don't rock the boat.


Just let it happen. It will be a pleasant and exciting thing to watch unfold. Besides, it might end up being a total and complete dud. Either way - at this point in time, we should just let this whole business just come out.

The plan to have psychics involved may be a deliberate effort to give credence to mind over matter phenomena. I still think the entire UFO phenomenon itself is connected to this idea of mind over matter and points to an incomplete understanding of reality on the part of our own academics and science.

It's a paradigm shifter gone nutty UFO 2011 style! Can you dig it?



posted on Jan, 10 2011 @ 02:09 AM
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Good lord, who let Nick Pope loose in a Jesse Ventura type program, some fool has money to part with.

So we have Nick 'The dope' Pope, a man who will turn up to a letter opening if there's a few quid in it, a psychic (dear oh dear), a hypnotist ( perhaps he can regress Nick Pope to see if he was anything useful in a previous life) and a paranormal investigator or as I prefer to call them, con artist.

All we need is Scooby Doo and some meddling kids to complete this sad bunch....

As for solving Rendlesham forest, its been solved, you just have to pick the solve you like.

It was Aliens coming down near a military installations where soldiers either did or did not touch the craft depending on whose telling the story.

Or

Its a group of startled soldiers seeing a distant lighthouse through the tree's.

Being there were soldiers and a base commander (?) after the UFO that was seen I'd like to believe that a set of professional soldiers might know the difference between a light miles away or a light and object IN the trees.



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