A couple of years ago, the National Press Club held a press conference in Washington, where many former government employees shared their UFO encounters and what happened afterwards.
Charles Halt, a former United States Air Force Colonel, was one of the people to personally experience such meetings during the time he was stationed in England. He says he was part of a team whose members could all see the strange lights coming and going at the edge of the woods just in front of them.
He also believes the activity was picked up by radar but people in charge kept the information classified. In the video he tells journalists how the UFO’s movement was like nothing they had ever seen before, dispersing itself in five pieces and one time even approaching them in an inquisitive manner.
Halt also paints a pretty clear picture about the object’s size, shape and possibly even the texture. It is said to have the capability of moving silently or disappearing instantly.
We also learned that this press conference was not just a one-off. Across the globe, former high ranking officials from many states have come forward sharing their similar UFO sightings and continue to do so on a periodical basis.
These are credible people who have been involved in top secret projects and tests, and not just some washed up TV presenter or a viral video blogger. Now, no one asks you to believe a certain individual just because he is or was once in a high official position, but when we deal with thousands of such reports coming from various nations across the globe, we have to take it into consideration.
A study shows that 25% of people living in America believe advanced alien life forms have been visiting our planet and continue to do so. The number is astonishing if you take into account the fact that Americans only inhabit a fraction of the Earth.
In a book written by Richard Dolan and titled UFO and the National Security State, General Carlos Cavero is quoted as saying: “Everything is in a process of investigation both in the United States and in Spain, as well as the rest of the world. The nations of the world are currently working together in the investigation of the UFO phenomenon. There is an international exchange of data.”
The Bentwaters incident is a classic case, where an apparent intrusion of our airspace was witnessed by serious minded people within the military, and by responsible people doing a responsible job. And Bentwaters is a benchmark of how not to deal with these matters in the future,” said the chairman of the NATO military committee.
On December 26, 1980, an unidentified craft landed in Britain’s Rendlesham forest, within walking distance of RAF Bentwaters and RAF Woodbridge, two military bases that were leased to the U.S. Air Force at the time. Over the course of the following days, the object would be witnessed by dozens of military personnel. Over the course of the following decades, the Rendlesham Forest incident became one of the best-documented UFO cases out there.
The investigation was initiated by then Lieutenant Colonel Charles Holt, who witnessed the unearthly craft himself. As a result, in 1981 Halt composed an official Air Force memorandum in which he described the incident.
Halt continues: “There are only two explanations for what happened that night, that something from outside the Earth’s atmosphere landed at the air force base. They touched it, inspected it, took photographs of it and found radioactive traces. They reported this and Colonel Halt [deputy base commander at the time] sent a report about the incident to our Ministry of Defense. This is one explanation as it actually happened. The other explanation is that Colonel Halt and all these men are hallucinating.”
He went on the record, declaring also that “There is a serious possibility that we are being visited and have been visited for many years by people from outer space, by other civilizations. Who they are, where they are from, and what they want should be the subject of rigorous scientific investigation and not be the subject of ‘rubbishing’ by tabloid newspapers.”