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Andrew kindly sent me a copy of his material (A CD version) to Ireland for me to read. But I do know there has been problems for him in ufo land, so he is a quiet one. UFO land and mediums such as these are not the kindest of places . So, I do not blame him for been a tad aloof...........
Of course there is a "spooky" phenomenon involved too...but it's conned most people to either worship it, fear it, or ignore it.
Andrew's research work, coupled with the details released in the Condign report, may point to a completely terrestrial explanation to the whole affair. But one that the UK/US/NATO military were also trying to weaponize. This is a theory that cannot be ignored. But then we have to work out what weapons could be gleaned from such a study. It is probably not be the the type of weapons most people would think of.
"......determine the value, if any, of UAP sigthing reports to Defence Intelligence..."
The well-reported Rendlesham Forest/Bentwaters event is an example where it might be postulated that several observers were probably exposed to UAP [Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon] radiation for longer than normal UAP sighting periods.
originally posted by: mirageman
a reply to: Guest101
The story, according to Halt, is that female shift commander Lt. Bonnie Tamplin was out in the woods and whatever happened she threw her gun down and ran. She left the base a few days later and supposedly had a nervous breakdown. But Halt claims he was never told about this. Really?
The story from other personnel (John Burroughs, John Trementozzi and Lori Buoen)is that Tamplin saw a blue light fly through windscreen of her patrol vehicle, she screamed for her supervisor MSgt. Bob Ball and went into complete panic. She then had to be relieved of duty.
I find this incredible that Halt would not be aware of such an incident. All senior officers have a duty of care towards their staff