UFO: Crash Landing? Friend or Foe? - True Story of the Rendlesham Forest Close Encounter Paperback – 8 Jan 1998
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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!
The format is quite good, with chapters that progress along a timeline that can be easily followed, a good Index, and Bibliography. Also, there are maps, drawings, and photographs that assist in understanding the event.
Many witnesse statements are included, and there is excellent documentation found in follow-up by the author. Several scenarios are put forward as to what actually occurred in the Forest, and it is worth reading about these. Although the author does not seem to believe in ET beings present in the event, there is an excellent case made for the coverup by the MoD and the USAF. As I write this, in 2016, there is, of course, new evidence that proves Randles' statements that the MoD and the USAF lied and covered up their investigation into the affair. There is also more than enough evidence that justifies the author stating that Colonels Halt, Conrad, and Cochran, and Williams knew exactly what was going on, and lied to protect themselves and the USAF; all while offering to give reporters an inside story "scoop" of the event....one has to wonder, for pay? We know from other sources, that Halt did request remuneration for telling his story to "News of the World" newspaper, because he wanted to send his daughter to school in America.Read more ›
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