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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing
The information in this book gave me insomnia. The case is documented in extraordinary detail, with all the facts laid bare, without sensationalism. I have been left in no doubt that the MOD - and their counterparts in other major western countries - are not only aware that the UFO phenomena is real (and not made up by a mass of crackpots who are desperate for little...
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2.0 out of 5 stars Not enough fact
I bought Jenny Randles book - UFO Crash Landing, hoping that it would uncover some hard facts surrounding the 'crash' near RAF Bentwaters. Unfortunately the book is written in a very strange style which jumps back and forth to different events over a long timeline. The book also tends toward Alien encounters rather than Military happenings. A very interesting subject...
Published on 21 Sep 1999 by G. Ford


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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing, 2 Sep 2011
This review is from: UFO: Crash Landing? Friend or Foe? - True Story of the Rendlesham Forest Close Encounter (Paperback)
The information in this book gave me insomnia. The case is documented in extraordinary detail, with all the facts laid bare, without sensationalism. I have been left in no doubt that the MOD - and their counterparts in other major western countries - are not only aware that the UFO phenomena is real (and not made up by a mass of crackpots who are desperate for little green aliens to visit them) but that they also take an active interest in UFOs, collecting the data from UFO encounters experienced by military personnel and taking the matter very seriously indeed!

Jenny Randles explores the Rendlesham Forest case in the context of international UFO phenomena, which is utterly fascinating. Her straightforward style is compelling and there is a clarity about her writing that is reassuring. She is clearly not biased one way or the other towards an explanation, but just wishes to bare witness to the facts.

Jenny doesn't keep the reader waiting too long before she documents the events in the forest that happened over a period of two nights, pieced together from several eye witness reports (one from a particularly high ranking officer in the US military), and when she does so it blows the mind. I keep turning what happened over in my mind, it's unforgettable. The world looks a slightly different place to me now! Don't forget, there is documented evidence to prove beyond doubt that something extraordinary happened in that forest... that's what keeps me awake at night!
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5.0 out of 5 stars crash landing, 20 Nov 2013
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terence fynan (manchester, lancs, GB) - See all my reviews
This review is from: UFO: Crash Landing? Friend or Foe? - True Story of the Rendlesham Forest Close Encounter (Paperback)
ive seen films and read many books on the rendlesham forest encounter , some are way over the top and some are just disinformation they say the best book on the encounter is turn left at the east gate ,but ive just read miss rendles book and find i need not buy any other book on the subject as this is by far the best book ive read a bit long winded at times but miss randles as put some time in to this book i.e talking with the work men who work in the forest and to cold step the mod i take my hat off to you it gives you facts plain and simple , which i find a tonic in this day and age. if any one whanted to know what a encounter is like with a ufo please read pages 58 and 59 in chapter 3 but its best if the reader buys her book and reads it them self and make ther own mind up as for me i still think this is the best book to date
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good, 6 July 2013
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It's a good read but I've read better written by Jenny Randles who certainly knows what she's talking about. I found that I was yawning while reading parts of it. She certainly does background on the work that she does, but I would have preferred it to be more stimulating. That said, it's well worth buying. When I have seen Jenny interviewed on television she has always comes across as honest and thorough.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Rendlesham Forest, 4 May 2014
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This review is from: UFO: Crash Landing? Friend or Foe? - True Story of the Rendlesham Forest Close Encounter (Paperback)
Interesting account with follow up info which I have researched since and its surprising what you can download about related sightings
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5 of 9 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Not enough fact, 21 Sep 1999
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G. Ford (London, UK) - See all my reviews
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I bought Jenny Randles book - UFO Crash Landing, hoping that it would uncover some hard facts surrounding the 'crash' near RAF Bentwaters. Unfortunately the book is written in a very strange style which jumps back and forth to different events over a long timeline. The book also tends toward Alien encounters rather than Military happenings. A very interesting subject to write about, but poorly presented.
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