originally posted by: Guest101
On the third night, the only things seen were just lights. After Larry's letter and Bustinza's last interview I'm pretty sure of that.
You've certainly got me chewing on a lot here Guest101. Some impressive detective work. I watched Halt's tour with Ben Emlyn-Jones and he was quite
convinced that Warren was not out there.
I’m still on the fence a bit. I’ll tell you why: Warren is incredibly convincing in his interviews, particularly in that video where he revisits
the field, and describes the alleged occurrences with impressive recall and candour. At least Battram and Bustinza have confirmed he was out there,
and all have made mention of the strange yellow mist. With regards to the letter, I think if I myself had been going to sell another person’s
events (or make a story up), and that letter in any way undermined my position, I would simply never have it in print in Left at East Gate. If it
had, and/or were used later as evidence, I’d have painstakingly ensured the print on the P.S. matched the earlier handwriting and/or fit better
(e.g. "I can't in the mail, they read it"). I feel like there’s actually a bit of innocence in Warren’s character, everything from the blasé way
he’s whistle-blown and tried to get the story out (I mean, good luck!), to perhaps the mistakes in phoning from the base and being listened to and
fined, and then the letter. But I accept that’s not evidence, and more of a feeling. On which, I could be completely wrong.
On Bustinza’s changing testimony, I think if you have been threatened, “bullets are cheap, a dime a dozen”, you might clam up, or alter events
somewhat, while over time perhaps become more emboldened, and upon reflection, reveal more. This, similarly, with coming to terms of the phenomena
witnessed. He might not have mentioned beings in bubbles coming off the side of the craft to begin with, but over time . . .
On this case and its third night though, I just have this inner, nagging feeling that there’s more meat to the third night, after Halt’s sighting
with the beam shining down. There are still questions. At what point was Burroughs out there allegedly clinging onto a small object? Did Bustinza
later split from Halt’s group? When did the yellow mist appear (much later, also witness by Battram—who also says Warren was out), and was there
or was there not a craft in the Capel Green field (trace cases of which Robbins has had analysed).
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