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- NUMBERS OF "UNEXPLAINED" AERIAL SIGHTINGS REPORTED

1959
1960
1961
1962
TO THE MINISTRY OF DEFENCE

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22
31
71
46
1981
1982
1983
1984
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600
250
390
214
1963 - 51 1985 - 177
1964 - 74 1986 - 120
1965 - 56 1987 - 150
1966 - 95 1988 - 397
1967 - 362 1989 - 258
1968 - 280 1990 - 209
1969 - 228 1991 - 117
1970 - 181 1992 - 147
1971 - 379 1993 - 258
1972 - 201 1994 - 250
1973 - 233 1995 - 373
1974 - 177
1975 - 208
1976 - 200
1977 - 435
1978 - 750
1979 - 550
1980 - 350

Figures from before 1959 are not available.


NB. The above figures relate to the number of reports, received
by the Ministry of Defence, of aerial activity which was not
immediately identifiable to the witness. They should not be taken
to reflect sightings Of "UFO/flying saucers".

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ia tbe Ministry of IYdC!1ce
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to y.ct .the:
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Ihe lord chief ju~tice and trial
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Ihe right o the de{enc:. to
li~! o[
a judge to J(". .-:cpt a r.;3jori:y
tlie

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debris) b:.ll
judge. Ihat the trial I,\,’ill b:
"oI’~.
vcrdict.
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television wh:.’l b~ $J.W a bri~":t fcr~tioI".S, b:;llCO.:ul c1o~!d
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light ’04n the window of cis
i’J
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~ Lane’s decision was criticised
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the ci.an:t.’
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hearings
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o:>upJ~ w tcbcd for 15 minutes \~~ ~,:en n~~ /d.~Yr=ny du~
1 tJ32 J
trial.
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concern over Ihe "":or Ihe
to

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OF
e REPORT OF UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT

A. 191755 Jan 83 5 minutes.


B. One aircraft-shaped object with 6 lights at
moving too slowly to be aircraft.
fro~t - 3 below 3 - object

C. Outside House.
D.Naked eye.
E. Over Swansea airport heading west over Gower peninsula.
F. Not known.
G. One to one and a half miles.
H. Changing.
J. Good visibility.
K. NK.
I

e
REPORT OF UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT

A. 191750A Jan 83 6 minutes.


B. Two. One large elongated shape with 2 pulsating white lights at
front ~~d 2 yellowish steady lights on the rear. The second one small
and triangular with steady white lights. No sound and no smell.
c. On the road Heol Tal-y-Coppa between Y~rrisston and Llansamitt in a
car and outdoors. Stationary.
D. Na..1ted eye.
E. West to east from DVLC in Morrisston towards Kilvey Hill.
F. In front and above.
G. None.
H. Steady.
J. Dark but clear.
K. Building estate.
."\

e REPORT OF UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT

A. 191835 Jan 83.


E. One object, 3 lights in triangular shape, pink light at point.
C. Outside house in road.
D. Pulled up i11 CST and observed it overhea .
E. Towards him and over~ea . West to east direction.
F. Travelling in steady straight line.
G. Faint humming sound, far away.
IT. ~traight li~~ slewly.
J. Very clear.
K. Nil.
-- . .;
e
REPORT OF UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT

A. 191945 Jan.
B. Similar to star or planet, one object
in colour.
o~~y. Alternating blue and red

C. From front garden of house in an elevated position,


cocmandi~g excellent
viev of Newport area, Bristol Channel and Avon.
D. By naked eye, telescope and binoculars.
E. South west.
..
./;. .30 degrees.
G. Unable to state ?recisely distance, appears si~~lar to other stars.
H. Static.
J. Clear, cloudless.
K. Two aircraft passed be20w object. Could ~ot be con u~ed wit~ aircraft
lights.
.!.
~; . a
i -
e
REPORT OF UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT

A. 191800 Jan 83 10 minutes.


E. ~wo objects, long, one in front of other second object had large red
steady light on front. Flashing white lights centre and tail of both
objects.
c. L1wynhendy, Llanelli. Outdoors stationa.-;.
D. Naked eye.

~
E. :?roo Swa..’"lsea,
.
G. N/K..
N/K.
then headed towards the Golie:’.

H. Steadily slow moving.


J. N/K.
K. No.
e -
REFORT OF UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT

A. 191730-45 10 minutes.
E. T-. ro
very bright lights about
shape.
the length of a Boeing 747 apart. No

c. - Indoors and outdoors. Stationary and moving.


D. N~~ed eje and,bino u1ars.
~. Over the Lireguar~ Station, Mumbles.
F. 2000ft r-fax.
G. On~ mle away.
H. Steady cha.."’1ging.
J. Clear night, no moon.
K. Opell sea.

..
e REPORT OF UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJreT
....
A. 19183QA Jan 83, 2 minutes.
B. Three white flashing lights.
C. Highest point of Swanaea on Hill.
D. Naked eye.
E. Towards Swansea Bay.
F. ?lIK.
G. NIK.
H. Steady slow speed.
J. Clear night.
I{. 1-;/i~.
e REPORT OF UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT

A. 19 1745-1845A Jan 83.


B. One object split into 2 parts, 3 \o/hite lights at iront and 3 at ’back.
Massive in size, oblong in shape. No sound, no smell. Very bright
lights flashing on ar.d of!.
C. Pentregetthin Read, Swansea. Outdoors.
D. Naked eye.
E. }~ving slowly round TV-wastior 5-10 minutes.
F. N/K. ..
G. N/K.
F.:. l.foving very slowl~7.
u. Fine. Cold.
K. TV-mast.
~

e
REPORT OF UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT

A. 191750-1815 A Jan 83.


B. Ve~J large, possibly saucer shaped, 4 or 5 lights flashing i~rotation.
Areas of object lit up by lights, appeared to be ail’rer in colour.
C. Stationar’J, outdoors, Port Talbot.
D. Naked eye.
E. In direction of steel works.
F. N/K.
G. N/K.
H. Hovering, first object joined by second object and became one. ~~ve
off i~ direction of Swansea.
J. Cl-aar night, sta::-s visible.
K. Steel works.
.
- ..

NUMBERS OF "UNEXPLAINED" AERIAL SIGHTINGS REPORTED


TO THE MINISTRY OF DEFENCE

1959 - 22 1981 - 600


1960 - 31 1982 - 250
1961 - 71 1983 - 390
1962 - 46 1984 - 214
1963 - 51 1985 - 177
1964 - 74 1986 - 120
1965 - 56 1987 - 150
1966 - 95 1988 - 397
1967 - 362 1989 - 258
1968 - 280 1990 - 209
1969 - 228 1991 - 117
1970 - 181 1992 - 147
1971 - 379 1993 - 258
1972 - 201 1994 - 250
1973 - 233 1995 - 373
1974 - 177
1975 - 208
1976 - 200
1977 - 435
1978 - 750
1979 - 550
1980 - 350

Figures from before 1959 are not available.


NB. The above figures relate to the number of reports, received
by the Ministry of Defence, of aerial activity which was not
immediately identifiable to the witness. They should not be taken
to reflect sightings of "UFO/flying saucers".
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Sirs, Ham’

Please be advised in respects to the American


magazine publication, FA’l’B Ma.gazine tor Janunary
1996, on page 18, the UFO Om-ontole
written b7
Antonio Hunees, there is something tnat.the Brit-
ish Goverment and Milita17 .. Int.eligenceoommunity
should.know.

The ’UFO equasion, is our hum.an. equasion.


’10 bebreit, what 70uwant to lmow, iswn.,
and how
can so man.,
’UFOs are penitratein8 British airspace
wh.,they can do so and how does this impact on mo-
dern Brittan tOda.,?
Th.e answer is simple. To begin with a. goodly pOl’’’’
tion ot this societ.,
was coengineeredb., ott-world
beingsartdthis is told in.the VIm rentable movie
Roswell, starring actor Keil McGlauclin.
Whel’e theproblem lies, is that.there were two
diftering levels, ot ott-world intertearanoe.
The second was the .A.tlantians,
who wereactual1.,
the L.,rians,who were refugees trom the
oivil wars, .:tn the L-,rian>constile.tion.
L-,rian

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What oomplioates this oft-world intermarrage liason


to the Barth held human equasion, is that tor the
most part their intertreanoe had helped us and the
problem oadt be remidied, suoh as trying to breed
it outJ

The Billy ~eier oontaots at Reinwel Switzerland,


durring the 1970s, had eluded to the possability
that certain segments of this society, are headed
for future distruotion.

What I suggest is that those in authority and world


power be honest with themselves and take a few options
that might aleiaveate this destruotion, as BartKs
masses of peoples, are a solid state phenomina and
if you do not breakup the solid state affair of things
then, then the oiroutry aots as one.
First things first. The Queen and all roality in
England, only OOIJJ:patent represent a level mark of
quality, that the British oitizen oan match.
The Queen durring the seoond wopld war, was a peo-
ple’s queen, who knew how to tear down an engine and
stood side by side with the people, in their time
of need and unoertanity.
If you oompair Pleiadean sooiety with todays Bri-
tish sooiety, you will their society is based on
loyality to a board member of twelve. They make
the deoisions, but the level of personal quality
3.
e
n$ueh.asthe king or queen would stipulate for the
m sses to grs.vitate to., would be equalateral.1f
11\ noteastigateing a right or wrong, but am try-
ing to eXpress that the quality of the gene and the
h’lUr18.n
1ihat it produces, is pushed to be a $ociety
wide quality, with the Pleis.deans.

The problem I see with the United Sts.tes and Great


Briton, is that population sises have inoreased,
there needs to be a change from the statusquoe
$0 that the dire.’redictions expressed 1n the
, Anoient Pro’Phaoi s, do not oomet:M1e.
Am-
erllcanlmOs
The Amerioans.. had made an exoh$.11geprogram,
in the
1960s, where Zeta 1\etiouJ.an astronaut greys, were
exehangedfor ~o
Amerioan stronaut explorers.
This was out of the oobase a,greeme:nts, with the
Zeta.Retieulans, as eluded to in the books,.An
Alien Harvest.byL.M. Howe and Extra-terrestial"
1’reinds A:tld Foes, by George a.
Andrews.
What is told by Khyla, in Andrew’ book, is very
true and this is why I am writeing you.

The 1 st oviturethat was made to the Amerio


pUblio,about the possability of going into space
wasAr:6b.’QrO. alarke~2001, where the spaoe aut-
hority had stipulaitedthat there Would be spaoe
shuttles going to a near space rotary space sta-
tion, .that everyone could use.
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The only video Ublication, that I have ever seen


where the British pUblic, could work or enjoy a
job in space, was the UFO series, as distribute
durring the mod 1910s erra. T.V.’/’
Oollectivly then, we could not launch any venture
into space, because of all of the many millions of
dollars that we~e secretly being funneled into the
Vietnam War.

1968 was a key year, if man was going to venture


into space. We have missed this prime window and
to boot, as told in the American based paperback
Hole In Tne Sky, there is strong evidence that
stipulates that gross ammounts of rocket plume
exaust, can affect not only the quality of the
atmosphere, but also adversley effects the weather.
There is also the expence of prepairing vehicles
to take many people aloft," which would be great;
as opposed to the cost of one of the so many sa-
ucers t;hat the U.S.
has in hideing, after the
confiscation of the craft from said crash landing
sight."
~ow, President Bill Olinton is trying to ward
off the tell-all from the White Water and First;

Foster and
in vault;.
_SA , involvement with Vincent
Lady Hilliary Olintons
papers, pluss missing papers in
5.
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On the other hand the escapad.es of Prince.Oharles
. and
Oannella Parker Bowes, tells of a torrid atf.aivpJ.uss<
the good prince being caught giveing caffine, to an
already uptight race horse" doesdt yeald public unity.

Where I am.
not aginstthe free enterprise system
do these actions by pUblic figures, look anything
like somevestage Of going into space for the pu-
blic,or the 7ear1965, when President Kennedy told
us that we Were going to the moon?
’robe blunt, the tactors of our civilization being
petroliu:m based and to further our colJ.ective dang..
erst not recogniseing that becaUse of our overpopu-
lation problems, as told in ear.
Ancient Prophacies
put this world one. a collision course with doom.
I had personal s"ncronicity with the female Pleia..
dean Sem-ya-see, ’When she hither head du.r:r-ing
the
Bill’1Mei~rlandings, in 1971.
A long story short, is that Semjase and I share a
a.. fraternal twins gene, 1’.01’ a. short while in 19’11
I felt and knew what she did about this soeiety
and it’s perdicam.ents.via. a type of biologi.cal tel-
epathr. (Twins in the pa.st pattern of time.)
I you shouldgetasanc.tion to cha.nge the. cours.e
.
that We are on and the Queen .wants change, then I
suggest that 70u>getan audiance with Mr. Bill.,
Meier in Heinwal Switsserland ani tall him that
6.
e I am genuninely linked bo Semjase.

Then bell him bo express to Semjase’s Pabher Phaaba


should pick me up, in bhe area of’ bhe Bridgeporb Bar
at 10 Richards Sbreeb, of’f’Hw,173 oub of’ Brewsber
Washington as soon as possable.

pick me u-p
Whab will happen f’rom bhere, is bhab a saucer will
and bake me to bhe Andromedia Oouncil
where I will make an impassioned plea f’or technical
assistance bhab would make bobh Mars and Venus hab-

And***
.
bitable via augmentabion, which is given in the book
The Pleiadean Mission and American publicabion, by
Randolph Winters.
y
If’ you use compuber enhanced immagery, pluss the
convienance of’ a super oomputer to coordinate the
vectors, altibudes and general concensuses of’ all
visual UFO sighbings, you might starb bo see a
pattern," or at least be f’amili r wibh some of’
bhe UFO signature patberns.

Where eaven bhe new Euro-Fighber could not make


an interoepb on some of’ these UFOs, one would at
oertain intervals have a olue, bo when a uossab-
le new sighting would occur.

In oloseing our ourrent world perdioament, is


very similar to being a passanger on the ill-
f’aited Ounnard Liner, the Titanio.
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e DISCLAIMER OF WRONG ACTION:

I in no way oompremise the national seourity of


the United States, as the sources that have been
illuminaited within this letter, are already pu-
blic information.
As far as loyality to an idea or concept goes
the oitizens of any oommonwealth, are not blind
atomatons, that should maroh blindly into the
seas, at the oommand of a selfinvolved heirarohy
whioh for busniess reasons, seems to have a dim-
inished feeling of humanity, for the masses that
it is supposed to give direction to.

I ask no brash aotions be taken, beoause of the


disolooure that I have afforded another nation
but a good hard look at true alternatives, which
might head off the series of prediotions, whioh
state in unisen that our oolleotive oivilization
is headed for destruotion.
...oy 1’2../II’/q
Any referenoe to Russ ian sUbmarines, oomes from 5POIC’CII~
~e\\5i"oAS A.M.
a man who reciently has said on the Christian.,fo. ’8:100"
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We would like to welcome every new reader to this.British UFO magazine
the BRITISH UfO STUDIES CENTRE ulNTELLlGENCEu (BUFOSCI).
Whilt began,as starting a new North West UFQ Studl.es Centre (by
requests from other Ufologlsts) has quite rapidly grown Into the formation
of a National Organls.atlon that will travel to anywhere In the Country In order to
Investigate UFO slghtlngs.
The BRITISH UFO STUDIES CENTRE are somewhat different from other
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or even a complete outsider or novice will be given consideration when offering
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Some UFO Organlsatlons rely on Chalrpersons,Vlce Chairpersons and other
Council Members etc,our Organisation Is dissimilar to that.
The only reason why
Erlc’s name appears as Director Is quite slmple,ltls due to the fact he will be
promoting articles In Newspapers,Radlo Interviews and Televlsion,as well as
giving lectures..
If you telephone’the 24hr UFO Hotline and get the recorded message,do"nt
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The BRITISH UFO STU DIES CENTRE have an Ideal base,situated In South
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Manchester and Birmingham and also London.lnvestlgators are also placed In
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THE BRITISH UFO STUDIES CENTRE AND BRITISH UFO STUDIES CENTRE
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the next Issue of the magazine will be.greatly enhanced with much more data
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we hope you will be patlent...lt Is quite difficult to start a UFO magazine after a
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This magazine will also Include Information from the Plymouth UFO
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We are available to for access via a 24hr answerphoneand also facslmllle
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The BRITISH UFO TUDIES CENTRE are also working with a National Crop
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dlscoverlesArgua Iy the most Interesting Crop Circle to be discovered this
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We hope you will oroughly enjoy reading this maO lne and Inform your
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regresslvehyp 0515 really necessary Inabduction cases?- Pause for
thought here b ca seofthe Importance of regr~sslve hypnosis In the past
Involving abduct s.
.
We Invite readers t write to uS,and we wlII,space allowed print their letters and
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pe of anomalous phenomenon that you write to us about,1f
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00YOU TIiIN.KT.I’IERE.IS
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e In this magazine we aim to study the relationships of Official
Departments that are related to Ufology,thls Is -aired publlcalW by Paul
Caruso.
Let"s see what he has to say:-

The Ministry of Defence and UFO"s.


We have already looked at the Involvement or the Armed Services of the
United Kingdom In the UFO phenomenon;for that reason we may "Jump"
Slightly ahead of previous sectlons.Baslcally,lt was only after the first
.
"flying saucer" Groups appeared In the UK (1953/1954) that any sort of
publicity was given to Air Ministry statements on UFO"s.There was
!!2.Justlflable reason for It,butthose Groups seem to Immedlat’ely have
. decided that there was a cover up,that IIthose In authority know more
than th~y let onll.
What we see when surveying the literature from this period Is simply
"copy cat" behaviour.British Groups and Individuals were simply "copying
the AmeriCan way" In dealing with Officialdom.The Air Ministry seemed to
be doing nothing publlcally,therefore,they reasoned there must be
somethlng’golng on "behind closed doors".The fictional accounts ’of RAF
studies and Air Ministry Departments seem to have been naively believed
(If It appeared In a newspaper,surely It was true~..w ll)by theU FO
Groups.People just could not accept that. the Air’Ministry wer,e not
conducting "Blue Book type Investigations" Into UFO"s,and after the
allegation that an RAF study ended with a "T.op Secret" report the
questions and allegations began again.
In April 1955 fo.llowlng the RAF "study" statement,the then Under
Secret of State for Alr,the Hon George Ward (later to become Lord
Ward) was asked by Member of Parliament,Major Patrick Wall,whether
the Air Ministry Inquiry had been completed and If sO,he ask.ed,dld Mr
" Ward prop.ose to have the report publlshed,Mr Ward replled:-
"Reports of Flying saucers,as well as other abnormal objects In the
sky,are Investigated as they come In,but there has been no formal
Inqulry.About 90% of the reports have been found to relate t .

meteors,balloons,flares and many other objects.The fact that the.other


10% areunexplatned need be attributed to nothing more than a sl’nlster
lack of data"
Mr Ward was telling us what It took almost thirty years to prove.that
there was no’Official RAF or Air Ministry Inquiry.The only query wati the
10% flgure,the official one had been 5%..obvlously Mr Ward was the
latest qualified figure (1..3).
In the Septemberl ctober,1966 edition of Flying Saucer Rev,lew (FSR)
appeared an artlcl by a Mr John Pitt,dealing with the Air Ministry and
e
UFO.s.ln this artlcl Mr Pitt stated:-
0.,
(1)The Air Mini ry had been InterestedlnUFO.sslnce 1847.
(2)The Air Mln,l ry had admltte,d that data U FO.,s was exchanged
with the Unit d States Air Force (USAF)Air Technical
,lnteUlge,nce enter (ATIC)
(3)The branch 0 the Air Ministry dealing with UFO Reports Is known
as D.D.I(Tec nlcal),1t was the equivalent ,In the UK as ATIC ..
housed In an attlcl
(4)A 0.0.1. (Tee)source Is said to have told the writer that the
Ministry had 16,000+ UFO reports on file covering
perl d.Henc 10% = 1,600+ cases.
1947-1964-
To follow up these "revelations" Mr Pitt and a colleague Mr David .
Wightman ’visited e Air Ministry In March 1966.Thelr Intention was to
find out Just what as happening to these 1,600 reports.The PRO they
spoke to,denied t ere was any seperate branch In the Ministry dealing
speclncallyiWlth U O.s and nothing else.The two men felt that this was a
contradlctloo,afte all...the Sunday Dispatch had said there was onel
,
Now Mr Pitt claim to have worked In a branch of Intelligence (notthis
mag folks!!) at the War Ofnee,surely then,he should have reallsed that
the DDI (Tech);a p rson,not a Department.Aiso,he should have known
that this person w uld deal with all ,aspects,of Technical Scientific
Intelligence that c e with his sectlonsechelon; d the DDI(Tech)
would hav~ acces to Ministry experts based at various establishments
away fromtheMI stry. There was no contradiction In the PRO.s
statement thata r port they discussed would be sent through to the
necessarydepart ent....you can never Win against this type of
thlnklng.Messrs P t & Wightman would have done better to clarify the
1,600+ reportsng re,whlch they dld.nt.
The Pitt artiCle did little to clarify anything,apart from the fact did not
~
seem to do what t ey Intended.However In 1963 another article appeared
In FSR,thls oneac ually explaining the attitude of Mr Ward and other
Polltlclansregardl g HMG regardlngU FO.s.The writer Desmond
Leslle,had met Mr ard shortly bef,ore he (Ward)had become
Parllamnetary Un er Secretary for Air.However It was not untl11963,after
Mr Ward hadretlr d from Politics that Leslie,revealed the contents of a
letter from"the P,ol Iclan.This letter makes very Interesting readlng,Mr
Ward openlyadml Ing that he was very Interested In the subject of
UFO.s.
Part of atelephon conversation between the two men was also revealed
In the artlcle.Lesll mentioned the West Mailing Affair (See RAF Section)
It\W\:)
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S$Olllph( i 30okrm} W :I
J only a balloon Mr Ward told Leslle:-
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balloon,but untlll’ve
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got a saucer on the ground In ’Hyde Park and can
, It’no"" It wa’s’nt a
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charge 6d to the public a go,to enter"lt ,m,ust be balloons,otherwise the


Government would fall and I’d lose my job."
Going on to explain to Mr LeSlie Just how difficult a position he and the
Govemme.nt were In,Mr Ward pointed out that If he admitted ’flYing
saucers’ were real without REAL EVIDENCE the public could touch,HMG
would be considered ’barmy".The public would,or might,lose faith In It,no
doubt the opposition party would also have a field day.
When asked about the Flight Lieutenant \salandin case Mr Ward stated
that the switchboard at the aerodrome responsible had been blocked
with ’enquiries (exactly what the CIA feared might happen In’the U.nlted
States during the 1950’s) The order-forbidding pilots to report such
~ Incidents to the Press or Public was easllyexplalned:-
"Look,I’m trying to run an Air Force.When a story like this breaks,the
. ’
poor C.O. Is driven frantic.His tel pl1 ne Is jammed with calls and
he Is unable to get on with his business of running an efficient
al leldu.
All of which seems to be fair enough.Astatement at the end of Leslle’s
article applies as much In 1984 as It did In 1963.
liThe Government privately admits the
overlddlng pro~ablllty offlylng
saucers.But It has enough worries on It’s. hands,and It only has
toe out of line for It’s critics to make life as.difficult as posslble.1tto put a
therefore feels that to admit to a belief In flying saucers without being
able to prove It physically for all to see would ,be courting trouble with
capital’liT". a
This attitude has remained constant,though It does seem that,Uke other
European Countrles,the United Kingdom has looked to the U.SAF. with
It.s superior finance and man power to solve the UFO problem.Whether
this was a wise decision or not Is debatable-one can say"a great deal
. with hindsight.

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There Is a great deal of evidence tO$UPport the theory th
statements by newspaper ’editors has contributed Inadv,ertantly?editing a great
of .the
deal to the way In which the Ministry of Defence has been labelled "a
In the,Governmental cover up".Whydo"nt Ufologlsts check with cog
newspapers concerned to get a full statement?The author has ’tried this
on a number of occasions,and not Just regarding UFO’s;onnot one
occasion of six was he succesfulln getting a response.Check.with the
MOD (Air)? .that Is the best thing to do,but when the Ministry person
gives you their written or verbal statement what happens?Because It Is
not was said In the newspapers the Ministry Is accused of changing It.s

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story d trying to cover-up.
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Durin the 1967 British UFO waye,more.questlons were to be asked
Offici clrcles.ln NoYember,ln response to a question from In
Pet.,rMills
M>P> he Under Secretary of State for Defence,Mr Merlyn
that:- Re.,sstated
"We r celyed a number of reports of objects seen In the
sky
Devon In October.After Investigation some proved to be aircraftoY~r North
some ere lights.Of the lights the majority were the planet Venusand but the
sourc of a few lights has notbe.en positively Identified.I can
say,h wever that none of these unldentlfled lights was an alien object".
Being nqulsltlYe,Mr Mills asked about the type of scientific advice the
Mlnlst received on UFO’s,Mr Rees responded:-
"This I not Just an Air Defence matter.We have access to
scientists of
high r pute,they have been consulted on all these matters...and also
to
psych loglsts."
Ich satisfIed many unlnqulrlng minds that there was nothing In
this U 0 buslness.However,the Ministry seemed more flexible In It’s
statem nts.After a large number of slghtlngs by Police Officers of UFO’s
oyer N rth Devon,the Ministry of Defence (Air)seemed
stump d.Then,Uke the seventh Cavalry the USAF (Europe)stepped In to
off.,r explanation.What was seen,they said were refuelling
exercl es;falr enough,thought the Ministry of Defence,but then
,notice the tlmes...they did not tie In.An M.O.D. (Air)spokesmanthey
"The r fuelling theory obviously ca"nt account for the sald:-
earty morning
slghtln s now.1t looks as though there Is stili no rational
the obJ cts the Policemen report having seen." explanation for

ObYlou Iy,thls was someone Who forgot he was part of a


1967 w ve has.beensultablydealtwlth by Contact UK and lt"s
’cover-up’.The
..
UFO
Reglst r which Is well worth purchasing even at this late date.One other
Interes Ing point about the 19.67 wave Is that there Is confirmation of
.In
somet Ing the Author only discovered 1982183.A report .
Anthon by
.R.Pace and Roger.H.Stanway on UFO Incidents In staffordshire
resulte In a meeting at the Ministry of Defence to discuss their
finding .AlI of this has been detailed In various magazines as well as
Chapm "s books the Interesting snippet comes from a letter sent
Messrs Pace & Stanway.In reply to one from the Ministry. by

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e "We are told that even If the MI~lstry.wanted to Interview witnesses and
make It’s own field Investigations,It could not possibly do sO,as the
Ministry do not have the necessary moheY,facllltles,equlpment or
personnel to carry out such Investigations".
Robert Chapman,the then SclenceCorrespondant with the Sunday
Express,had his Interesting book"UFO Flying Saucers over Britain"
(now a collectors Item,lf you see a copy buy It!),publlshed five times In
all,and If certain researchers read the book properly they would know
Just who handles and how reports of UFO’s at the MOD(Alr).ln
1969,Chapman revealed that a Department designated $4(F)Air was
responsible for dealing with all calls about U FO’s,as well as complaints
about low flying aircraft,aircraft noise and other miscellanies.The person
who takes your call,1f you’re reporting a UFO,has a form headed
Re ort of an Unidentified FIYln~ ObJ!S. which seems very similar to
standard R1’s used by Ufologlsts.Once you have answered all the
questions the checks begin.
. The Secretarial Staff check with the nearest radar establlshments,Alr
Traffic Control (ATC),glldlng and aero clubs,the Meteorological
Office,Police,Royal Observatory and anyone else who may be able to
Identlfy-lf posslble-an
Identify the object In question.The time It takes to
object can vary .from a few minutes,days or even weeks.,lnfact exactly
the time It takes Ufologlsts.lfthe Information Is sketchy the sighting may
never be explained (Insufflclent.data).
,It Is surprising then,that for such a popular book,lt’s contents do not
seem to have been noted by many Ufologlsts.But we knew the
designated Department from Ottlclalletters already on published on
UFO’s prior to 1969,which makes one wonder whether the data was
Ignored dellberately?When Police on the Isle of Wight said that they
would be using special forms Issued by a centre In London to record
recent slghtlngs over the area,there was more speculatlon.What
forms?What centre? askedFSR and one reader wrote In to say that
around October 1976 BBC Radio 1 news had reported that a special
ce.ntre for UFO reports had been set up In Whltehall.The Department Is
called S4(F)...the writer suggested.that the forms might come from this
department.Whlch we knew ten years.or so before. ;

It Is interesting that whenever a new wave of Press interest In UFO’s


appears newspapers report that a new special department has been set
up recently.....wewo~nt make any comments.But why was FSR mystified
as to this MOD (Air)Section and the forms?FSR helped publlclse
Chapmans book,andhe used.a great deal of FSR materlal,and he even
writes,..."thanks to my friends Charles Bowen and Gordon Creighton for
helping me prepare material for this book".Mr Bowen edited FSR for
many years,a Job now taken over by Mr Crelghton...dld they read the
book?
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On the 12 & 13th May 1979 the Author attended the Trowbridge UFO Conference
and met a n mber of persons and Groups who knew of my Interest In
e
Intelligence work,one person showed me a copy of an alleged UOffIclal UFO
Document’ ubllshed from the Viewpoint Acquarlous magazine by Mr Rex
Dutta.1 was ar from convlncedwh n the gentleman made an appearance at the
document &tailing UFO contacts.The -mswers
Conference the Author asked him how he’d sUPposedly got the Secret
were never convincing and It
has been pr ven beyond doubt It was a fak document...who the culprit Is we
ca’nt prOV . .though the document Is stili going round.
There are n merous Press and UFO magazine articles that one can tear to
shreds reg ding MOD (Air)and UFO’s.Theproblem Is that no one wants to
and get at e truth of this matter.A pity when one considers all that we might try
. gain from a ure appraisal of the situation.Perhaps It might help to state the
. known Mini try of Defence policy on U FO’s: .
(1)The MO (Air)Investigates reports of U FO’s from various sources...the
publlc,Pollc ,and units of the ArmedServlces..solely to see If there are any
defence 1m IIcatlons.
. (2lTherels 0 Department speclflcallyconcerned with the Investigation and
study of U F ’s.The Secretariat responsible (now DS8)((1994..now Secretariat
(AlrStaff)2a ) has stated that:--
Reports are examined by various specialist
staffs wlthl the Ministry of Detenc and RAF commands as part of normal staff
functlons.T ey have access not only to the full sclentiflcand professional
resoutces 0 the Ministry but also,lf necessary to the expert advice of other
Governmen and non-Governmental bodlesu.
(3)The MOD s Interest In U FO’s Is limited to Defence aspects,the pressures on
their budge are so severe that they cannot Justify expenditure on sclentlflc
studies that ould go beyond defence Interests (I.e,Investigations Into the
scientific sl nlflcance of the UFO phenom on)
(4)UFO slg ng reports are 10Tclasslfled material normally,butln accordance
wltti thePu Ilc Records Ac:tall forms of corr spondance with members of the
public are c nsldered as confidential ..and not Open to pUblic scrutiny for some
thlrtYvears.
(5)O~celt I clear that there Is no defencetrnpllcatlon,the Minlstry.does not
pursueit’s r search. . ... .. .
(6)The Mini try does not have the resources to undertake the necessary editing
(7)NC) ~po
of flies for p bllc release.
are held prior to 1962.
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In the,lf.ous of Lords on the 4th March 1982..Lord ClancartY asked how many
UfO reports had been received by the Ministry of Defence from’i978 to
.
1981?The MI Ister Lord Long replied 2,250 reports had been received over this
perlod"Lord ong also stated that,sln e1967 all such reports had been
pr(J~erved,p lor to this the five year destruction rule was generally
applied.for er Chief of Defence Staff Admiral Lord Hili-Norton conflrmed
thls,saylng at prior to 1962 records wer.e destroyed -because someone had
decided th were of no Interestll.
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In our setion on the RAf,the Author quoted part of a letter from Air Marshall Sir
Victor Goddard,the first Deputy Director of Air Intelllgence, d who later served
on the Air Council.A great deal of fiction has been written about the part he
played In the equally t1ctlonal19~O-19~5 RAF UFO Study,and the Author will
now present a fuller quotation from two of the letters regarding Omclal UFO
Investlgatlonuor rather lack of them.
Firstly,from a letter to the Author dated 13th October 1983
""e only reason why I should have contact with the RAF Intelligence side of "
the old Air Ministry about UFO’s was my keeness to prevent FSR from
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what they have done,that Is going off the deep end about Government doing cover-up
"
In ’this Country about U FO’s.
That Is the total extent of my unofficial contact with the RAF about U F()’s.
What has been the main cause of the alleged cover-upis the fact that no
Government Department and none of the fighting Services.have been made
responsible for reports on UFO’s.The reason for that Is that by no stretch of
Imagination Is action by the U FO’s been against the Country or It’s Interests.the
In pursuance of my aim from preventing FSR overstating their case I have
corresponded with ex-RAF Directors,of IntelUgence to ark them what their
views were about U FO’s and what,lf any,Government Dep;u’tment was
responslble.The various ex-heads of Intelligence that I wrote to on this sUbject
had all been men who had been under me when I was In the RAF.Thelast
man
to whom I wrote sald,as others had said,Government cover-up \!Vas
nonsense;he agreed that I had got hold of the right view of UFO’s which he
believed In as I do.
This was clarified by Sir Victor Goddard In another letter dated 21st October
1983.
"You may say that no branch of the fighting Services Including their Head
Offices or the Ministry of Detence has ever been responsible for holding
of the reports of UFO’s In the British Isles or elsewhere in the World many
for the
simple reason that the Armed Forces are Intended to protect the
Commonwealth and the British Empire and It’s Interests against the Forces of
other Countrles.Nothlng that has been attributed to UFO’s has ever been
shown to be a threat to this Country as described. reliably
All of which confirms the MOD (Air)statements that they have neither the
resources nor man power for full UFO Investlgatlon/Research.lt also explains
why pre-1962 reports were destroyed as "ofno Interes......no
ol1e .was omclally
responsible for them.Though stili restricted,at least the Ministry of Detence
now keeping reports safely. are
. (

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Like th Ufologlst,the Ministry has no "concrete"evidence that U FO.s are
terrestr spacecraft,though they do not rule out the posslbllity.The private
extr’
beliefs fthose handling UFO.reports has no real bearing on Official
guldlln s:no "positive proof" stili means no change In attitude
official .Hopefully,though,thls section has given a true account of the Ministry
otDef ce and U FO.s.
NCES.
Saucer Revlsw,vol1,n02,May..June1955;p2.
2.Flyln Saucer News;n09,Summer 1955;pp3-4.
3.The S nday Dlspatch..24/4/55.
4.pltt,J hn,T ell us please,Mr.Blrch,FSR,voI2,n02,n05,Sept..oct 1956,pp10-13.
5.The S nday Dispatch 28J10/52
6.Lesll Desmond,Polltlclans and the UFO,FSR,vol19,n03,May..June 1963pp8-10
7.Chap an,Robert,UFO Flying Saucers over Brltaln,Mayflower,London, ,
1969, p20-22.
8.Dltto, p18-19. :
9.The FO Reglster,vol1;pt2,Dec 1970,pp7-32,(1967 UFO wave). ..
10.lbld ,p87 (Staffs flap 71-87)
11.Spa ellnk,London,voI5,n04 Oct 1968,pp6-7.
12fSR 0122,n05,(feb 1977)P4 cover.
1.JfSR 0123,n02,(Aug 1977)p28.
14VI point Acquarlus,July-Aug 1978
15Qu Yol1,no 9-10,Jun..July
1979,pp17-18.
16A ors flles.17.The Tlmes,5/3/82. 18 The Daily Mail 1513182.
19The elegraph,5/3/82.
20fSR 0127,n05,Mar 1982,pp1-2.
21 LeU rs from Sir victor Goddard,dated 13/10/83 In Authors files.
22Dltt ,dated 21/10/83.

FFILIATED GROUPS IN CHESHIRE.


The Br tlsh UFO Studies Centre have made several.contacts In the North West
~d N rth Wales,wlth other anomalous Groups.Not only that,but we are
prepar to lIase with other anomalous Groups throughout the Country.We are ,.
theref re very pleased to Inform you of our lIason with the Ghost Club Society ;
of Gre t Brltain.The Ghost Club Society has a Regional Group Cheshlre,their
Centr I Area Investigations Officer Is Mike Brett who has already been along to
.
our m nthly meetings and already there has been co-operatlon between our
Group ,and BUFOSC have helped Mike become launched In Cheshire.
Wesle .H>Downes,author of the new magazine Essex Ghosts and Hauntlngs Is
also a member of the Ghost Club Society and has also been In contact with
us,we have already arranged a magazine exchange deal.We also plan to meet’.n
the N Year and BUFOSC have been asked to give their members a lecture
which we are arranging.
Let’sear what Mike Brett has to say about the Cheshire Ghost Club
Socia ,we’I give details of their magazine at the end of this article........

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BEG’ONAL ~EET1NG OF THE BRITISH U.F.O.


STUDI~S CENTRE
Studies Centre heid Ifs first Regional meeting on Friday 14th
The BrWsh UFO in Wlnsford,Ch8$hlre.By the attendance,lt Is
Lancashire and North Wales.At
October 1994 at Ifs headquarters
Interest of UFO’s In Cheshire,
obvious there Is
were made to plot the future in British Ufology,plenty of
this first meeting,plans members this evening.One attending was Andrew
people made themselvesIndependent UfO Investlgator,somewhat surprisingly
Buckley,a long standing Morris were In the same class at school and their
Andrew and Director Eric
taken a similar route!
careers In Ufology appear to have attended from the Chester areas where
At this first meetlng,several people
had been reported for the past ten months,one
aerial phenomenon
unidentified
had reported his sighting to the Authorities and their attitude
person attending blase,desplte It being forwarded to the
Ministry of
towards It had been quite and
are continuing this Investigationpeople
Defence In London.Our Organisation
In this magazine later.\\Naturallywas
progress made will be made known to know what BUFOSC had to offer,lt
attending this meeting wanted resident in the North West as people attending
had
appreciated BUFOSC were
to Manchester and Blrmlngham,however
previously found It difficult to getbetween these two places.lt was agreed that
Wlnsford Is an Ideal central point the Wlnsford base,every month beginning
at
meeting should take place at until the meeting
8pm.The advantages being thatuntil any agenda’scould carry onhave been possible
ended and this one lasted 11:30pm,thls could not
has
In a hired hall. who could not walt to talk about UFO
It was good to see people attending where the topic of conversation is
slghtlngs,unlike some other meetings
stlfted,thls meeting was an exact opposite!
second meeting took place on Friday 11th November 1994,with people
Our ,Derbyshire and North Wales.
coming from afar as Manchester,Chesterwho worked together at BUfORA some
An old colleague of Eric’s,Margaret Fry
previous attended this meeting and It was 10veiY to meet again after such
years
tlme.Margaret brought along other Welsh members who investigate
a long discussed at this meeting
UFO’s and other anomalous phenomenon.Topics discovered In the Chester/North Wales
r&Cent abduction vases being
were
areas,vldeo footage of anomalous type phenomenon at Alton Barnes,Wlltshlre
and Crop Circles photographed’sky and filmed during 1994.
were made to conduct a watch’ on the Cheshire/North Wales borders
Plans the Ministry of Defence at
and also steps were taken to contact PRO at Secretariat (Air Staff)2a,as
Whitehall,London to meet Kerry Philpott the
well as the police. and ended at 11:30pm,ltwas agreed to
This second meeting went very well 1994 at 8pm.By that date BUfOSC should
meet again on Friday 9th Decemberto the letters and telephone calls they have made to
have received some replies
recent sightlngs reported to them.Also some members were going
do with the a new UFO Magazlne,the New
to a meeting with Ufologists representing you informed of news of these things In
Ufologlst In Blrmlngham.We will keep
later Issues.
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Ther.hav.b r.ports of UFO slghtlngs In the Chester/North Wales ar.as


slnc.January this year.Th. British UFO Studl.s Centre have b.en swamped
with reports 0 slghtlngs.and w.are curr.ntly awaltlngth. r.sults of
photographs f strang.lights In the sky and also stranger lights in fi.lds In the
Chester/Saltn y ar.as tak.n Just r.c.ntly.As p.opl. are awar.,our Organisation
are Investlgatl 9 claims of abduction In th.s.ar.as.Her. are some cases taken
from our r.co ds:-
1) Monday... .......11th January 1994
Tim.......... ......9:20p.m.(21:20hrs GMT)
Plac......... ......Llttleton,Chester.
. This ~Ightlng I of gr.at Int.r.stto the British UFO Studies Centr.,as In August
thlsyear,we e ask.d .to Inv.stlgate an array of Crop Circles In Littleton.
G.ttlng back t this case,1t was reported to a local Military Unit directly from the
wltness.On M nday 11th January 1994 the witness was walking In the vicinity
altitude.Thls 0 ~ecth.
of Littleton wh n observed a vertical object flying extremely low In the
appeared to have eight or nine "bars’coloured
dlff.rently,alth ugh It was difficult to d.termlne where these Individual colours
..
..
were placed.N sound Was heard whilst the object was In vlsw,and It Just flew
slowly ut of Ight. The total time the object was observed was for ten
rrdnutes.Other witnesses also observed th.ls slgl1ting and mostr.ports
the genetal de crlptlon of the obJect.Some witnesses state thecolouredagree bars
on
appeared to m ge together but others stated they were seperat.,however It
must be r.m bered this could be due to the witnesses Individual visual
aculty,(I.e. my pla...short slghtedness).
One witness r orted this sighting to a local Army base and this Is confirmed
with a report fi m the Ministry of Defence In London.Several witnesses reported
their slghtlngs

to the local Pollce,BU FOSC are awaiting a reply at going to
Press.
Meteorological conditions at the time on this date were overcast,wlth cloud,
on the round Ith a slight North to North West breeze. Enquiries to several dry
airports reveal d no scheduled aircraft In the vicinity at the time.of the sighting.
(Anyaircraft a proachlng or departing Manchester Airport would have been at a
greater altltud )
The temperatu e was 54deg fahrenhelt and any astronomical phenomenon
would have be obscured by cloud. j/I

Investigations nto this case are continuing. ~.


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ITISH Fa STUDIES CENTRE.INVESTIGATl G IN THE NORTH WEST!
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e ROUND BALL Of LIGHT fOLLOWS WITNESS


Bv Eric MORRIS1
We have already read of recent sightings over the
ClwydlNorth Wales areas Just recently,here we canChester areas and
discover
sighting In 1994 that It quite Interesting.Eric Morris a more recent
details of this case:-, has been following up the

On Monday 28th November 1994 Mrs Shelley


main road towards her house atapprox’matelyTattershall
7:15pm
was walking down the
had completed her days work at a large (19:15hrs GMT)after she
.
had Just been dropped off the bus towards Department store In Chester. Shelley
and was walking to her house In a qUiet cul-de-sac
Sandy
Inexplicably felt uneasy.Thls was because a light she
Lane
when
in
had
Saltney
she
near
suddenly
observed In a
Chester
and
nearby
flEtJd some minutes earlier had begun to approach her
hedgerow..The ball of light was approximately four feetfrom thfit aligning
In diameter and
appeared to be Just above the hedgerow height
of light had apparently left another one which (approx 4ft 10ins high).The ball
Undeterred Shelley carried on walking down the was static In the field.
she did not want to cross the road because lane towards her house but
eyesight was apparently affected.Also cars thecame
light was very dazzling and here
wide and straight at a considerable speed.The down the lane,which Is pretty
walking speed and Shelley was unable to hearball of light followed her,at
of light and it did not appear to be throwing any noise coming from the ball
any
dark.When Shelley did eventually cross the roadlight froO)It as It shone In the
light carried on going South to South Westerly
In
parallel
direction
to her house the ball.
moving towards a
of
bricked building rubbish tip which was closed at
was stili able to observe the ball of light after It the time this took place.Shelley
It was occluded by other houses In the lane.After passed the rubbish tip and then
minutes later Shelley went outside her house to having her tea,some 45
similar to what she had observed but there see If she could.see anything
lane or In the field where the static ball of was nothing to be seen either In . the
During the sighting Shelley stated the ball light had also been. seen.’
off any IIghUt maintained it"s height aboveof light made no nOlse,did.not throw
undisturbed without any apparent strength the hedgerow and left the tops
of wind or pressure.No cars
travelled down the lane during the time of the
quite unusual for that time of night slghtlng,whlch.SheUey.stated was
This sighting took place very close to an area
been conducting Investigations Into where BU FOSC members have
anall~ed
.close.encounter cases have been reported to abduction case,also several
We have many directions of Investigation Us from this particular area also.
the Ministry of Defence and local Police. going on Into these cases Including
We will keep you posted on our progress Into
something ofvalue will evolve from our these cases as we believe
Interesting cases Investigations Into these very

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Sighting numb r two Is taken from a selection of slghtlngs during July
1994.Thls was very prolific time for slghtlngs In the Chester area and a time
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we believe abd ctlons were taking place.
2) Saturday.. .......16th July 1994
Time......... .......9:30p.m.(21:30hrs B.S.T.)
Place........ .......Saughall,Chester.
This sighting I Interesting betause soon after this one occured,an array of Crop
Circles were dl covered In Llttleton,Chester.
Thlsslghtlng as observed by twp people,a father and daughter,and Is In
greater detail tan the lastThis sighting consisted of two or three bright yellow
IIghts,slmllar taircraft IIghts.Thelr description was of very very bright lights
and observed an elevation of 60 degrees.The lights were acting very’
erratically and he distance from the observers could not be accurately ,J
declded.The II hts were observed by the naked eye and from outdoors. /.;
This sighting as reported to the Ministry of Defence and also to the Pollee in
Chester.lnter tingly BUFOSC can confirm this sighting was logged with the ..
Ministry of De ce at 9:40pm,some ten minutes after the sighting.
Because ofth height of these IIghts,there was no sound heard and they were
observed for a proximately three minutes.
It would,app slghtlngs being seen In the Chester areas are being directly
forwarded to t e Ministry of Defence In London,butlocal Pollee appear to be
.playlng down these reports,certalnly appearing to do so In the Press.Alth~ugh
they sometlm s stated nothing was reported to them,we can confirm through
the Ministry 0 Defence In London,that slghtlngs were being reported to the
Pollcel!
During this sl htlng there was a slight Westerly wind and there were aircraft
approaching anchest8r (Rlngway)Alrport,so It Is possible these lights were
the mls-ldentlcation of aircraft arriving at Manchester Airport,however the
erratic behavl ur would bring this theory Into questlon.The angle of descent
would be con Istent with aircraft landing at Manchester Airport and !;he time,the
lights were s could be conslstent,taklng Into consideration the turning
angles of alrc approaching the AirporlBU FOSC have made studies of aircraft
to and from M chester from the Chester areas.
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The final evaluati n from BUFOSC is that this WAS probably an aircraft sighting,ilthough one
ponders the offi ialdom from the Ministry of Defence .Whywere these sightings reported to
them if they wer only mundane scheduled aircraft flights??
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Perhaps we can hrCWoJ some fight on this,sometimes when TRUE UFO’s are being observed in
areas,the Minist of Defence appear to ’ake interest’ in sightings reported to them which
ARE aircraft,thi might be to thrCWoJ off media interest in the truly Unidentified sightings being
reported in an a ea.Perhaps this was the case over Chester in July 1994.
BUFOSCwiU ke p you informed of further progress into this plethora of sightings around the
Chester areas a this time...no doubt we win hear of more!!!

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