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originally posted by: ctj83
a reply to: mirageman
I think you might underestimate the influence your threads have. They don't go unnoticed. Of course that doesn't mean we will get answers but responses change. I'm at least as interested in the behaviours involved as I am in the 'what' of the incident. Maybe more so.
What really shocks me is, I can't have been the first person to see that slide of the 'blue plasma candy floss'. Yet I've never seen it mentioned elsewhere?
That was shown at a public, paid event. At that point there has to be accountability to my mind.
It either is a mockup, real or a fake. In any eventuality, Larry and Garry have chosen to put themselves out there, and as such their credibility is either positively or negatively affected by what this is.
It sure looks like it could be the same object, but the perspective is slightly off. Could well be due to all the wrangling from YouTube -> Screenshot - > Perspective Correction...
Maybe those teeny tiny craft were "mockups". Maybe like voodoo dolls so to speak.. or a holographic model.. whatever is staging all these high strangeness events may use a 'model' and then "project it larger" or "project it into people's minds" or whatever.. just spitballing here.
Something's happening here today
A show of strength with your boy's brigade
And I'm so happy and you're so kind
I want more money - of course you don't mind
He [Larry Warren] told me that a few months earlier he had been sent some photographs of the actual UFO encountered by Jim Penniston and John Burroughs, which were taken during the initial incident on 25/26 December.
I had heard rumours that someone had managed to take pictures and smuggle them out but had never been able to find any evidence to support this story. According to Larry, someone had read the reviews of Left at East Gate on the Internet and had sent the photographs to him care of his publishers. Included in the package were negatives, a Bentwaters photograph folder, a map with directions to the landing site and a letter from the witness. Larry would not reveal the contact’s full name but gave his Christian name as Mark..............
The witness was an accountant living with his wife and family in the United States and although he was very nervous about the whole affair and did not want to be named, he had sent Larry the photographs in the hope that it would back up the case. The witness had been a bystander who was off duty when he and another airman saw lights over the forest from the nearby village of Eyke...............
He and his friend became curious and drove back to Bentwaters to collect a camera before making their way to the forest. On passing some buildings by the roadside (Foley Cottages), they saw lights moving through the trees and decided to park the vehicle with the aim of investigating them. But Mark’s friend was frightened and refused to follow him into the forest. As Mark moved closer to the lights he could see two figures and a triangular UFO sitting in a clearing.
At one point he was only five feet away from the UFO, standing behind a tree taking pictures. The UFO then lifted up and began moving through the forest, dipping in and out of the trees. Mark thought the others had been abducted and decided to run for it. On returning to the base he put another film into his camera and shot pictures of the ground. This film was then turned over to his superiors, and he was told that it had come out ‘fogged’. Three months later, when he thought it was safe to have the UFO film developed, he risked taking it to the Bentwaters supermarket.
A few days later he collected the film, which included pictures of himself and some friends taken prior to the incident. For the rest of his tour, almost two years he kept them safely hidden on the base, sometimes moving them to other locations when he became nervous. As soon as Mark returned to the United States he placed the negatives and pictures into a safe deposit box and there they remained until they were sent to Larry in late 1998. An incredible story!
If these photographs were of the Rendlesham UFO, they were a good piece of evidence, but unless I could talk to the witness, or have something constructive to back them up, I had to remain wary. Larry promised to send me a photocopy of the Bentwaters folder and a negative. Hopefully, if the negative proved to have coding, it would at least date the film.
Imagine my surprise then when a week later I received a call from Larry confessing that he was the person who had taken the photographs. I was dumbfounded. My first question was, without doubt, ‘Why did you sit on them for nineteen years?’
Source : You Can't Tell the People - Georgina Bruni
edit on 7/5/16 by mirageman because: fixed link