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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Britain's Roswell - December 1980: Rendlesham Forest Incident Pt 2 of 3

(Read Part 1 Here)

December 28th 1980 - with radiation detectors in hand, the servicemen returned to the spot where they'd experienced their sighting of the metallic, cone-shaped, unidentified object. A recording known as "The Halt Tape" was made by Lieutentant Halt (Lt Col Charles I. Halt mentioned in the previous post) and Halt is said to have definitely investigated the incident. The given location of the area investigated by Lt Col Halt is:

52° 05’ 20” N, 1° 26’ 57” E

While Lt Col Halt was engaged in his investigative tasks, further strange things occurred:

Almost directly in line with a farmhouse, across the field to the east, a flashing light was seen in the distance. Then, a bit later, star-like lights were seen in the sky in the north and south. The brightest of the star-like lights seemed to be beaming down a stream of light, off and on, from time to time.

If this incident was videotaped, no tapes have been brought forth for the general public to ever see. Some people claim that there are tapes, but we / I have no way to know if this is true or if the existence of videotapes from December 28th 1980 in this location and time are just heresay and rumour. We do, however have Lt Col Halt's "memo" as shown below. It's in the public domain if you'd like to check it out. If you right-click and open in a new window, you might be able to size the document in your browser to a larger size to enable you to read the memo...

"Halt" Memo regarding the incident...

There are also transcripts of Lt Col Halt's audiotape... A link at the beginning of the post will take you to the transcript if you're interested...

Now, here's a link for you to read another official document if you wish. It's the Suffolk Constabulatory Report on the Incident. Link opens up in a new window below. The image is just a screenshot of something on page 2 of the document.

Suffolk Constabulatory "Unusual Lights Incident Rendlesham" (PDF)

You'll need a PDF reader to look at the Suffolk Constabulatory reports. Try Adobe:  Adobe Downloads page

Some of the text is hard to see but if you're using Adobe PDF reader you can zoom the text and be able to see clearly.

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