posted on Aug, 11 2014 @ 03:36 PM
a reply to: scryfa
I see the analysis of the "MCA Letter" that Mr. Kellet has been using as proof has now been posted on your website.
Link : fierycelt.tripod.com...
I tend to agree with the findings. I believe this letter is a fake because I too made comparisons with other MCA letters (via Google) and the format
seem incorrect. As to who faked it and why? I do not know.
Of course the other point I have already made is that the letter is written, oddly, all in an italic font. This is very atypical for any of HM
Government Departments and major business in the United Kingdom. Perhaps there was already a clue there?
Of course the other major problem I have with this story I have already mentioned is that the book promotes an air battle with UFOs. It clearly
mentions aircraft from "RAF Chester" (there is no RAF Chester) intercepting the UFOs. "RAF Sealand" is the correct name for the base ,which is just
outside of Chester, in Deeside across the Welsh border. I was fairly certain the base had never had any RAF combat aircraft there in the 1970s and so
have checked out whether this was fact with someone I know who actually worked there. It was used for Communications, by the ATC (Air Training Corps)
who flew gliders at the time and also as a maintenance workshop for the electronics used in RAF aircraft. It was never capable of being a home to
modern jet fighters.
So Kellet's story fails on a number of levels.
There is of course the mention in the local version of the Liverpool Daily Post on the 25th January 1974 (cited earlier) which mentions a "photo-flash
night bombing exercise" . This could well have been the spark for an idea which led to this speculative tale of a UFO Battle with the RAF and Royal
Navy and the capture of aliens in the North Wales countryside.
Anyway I'll give the C2C AM episode a listen over the next day or so. It's available here (for C2C insiders).
If anything interesting comes up then I'll update the thread.
edit on 11/8/14 by mirageman because: typos