A former United States Airforce patrol officer who witnessed Britain's most famous UFO event will reveal 'explosive' new information at a conference in Holmfirth. Steve Longero was one of a number of American military personnel who reported seeing strange lights in the sky over Rendlesham Forest, close to RAF Woodbridge in Suffolk, in 1980. Referred to as the 'Rendlesham Forest incident' and dubbed 'Britain's Roswell' due to its notoriety among ufologists, the event has been shrouded in mystery ever since. But Steve is now ready to reveal new information that he has kept secret for almost four decades - and he has chosen a UFO conference in Holmfirth as his first platform. The UFO Truth Magazine Holmfirth Conference takes place at the Holmfirth Civic Hall on Saturday September 15 and Sunday September 16. Steve will be interviewed at 2pm on the Sunday by conference organiser and editor of UFO Truth Magazine, Gary Heseltine. Gary said the one to one interview is not to be missed and … [Read more...] about Holmfirth UFO conference to hear new info on ‘Britain’s Roswell’
ROSWELL, Ga. -- Heads, you're under arrest. Tails, you're free to go. Body camera video shows Georgia police officers laughing as they use a coin-flip app to decide whether to detain a woman during a traffic stop in April. The video obtained by WXIA-TV shows Roswell police Officer Courtney Brown asking Sarah Webb whether she knew how fast she was going. Webb apologizes, saying she was late for work, and Brown tells her to turn off the car and hand over her keys. Brown then returns to her car to consult with fellow officers about whether to arrest Sarah Webb or just give her a ticket. "What do you think?" one of the officers asks. Brown says she didn't record the actual speed at which Webb had been driving. She then can be heard saying, "Hold on," as she opens a coin-flip app on her phone. Officer Kristee Wilson suggests that heads should mean arrest and tails should mean release. Brown agrees and flips the coin in the app. "This is tails, right?" Wilson asks. "Yeah, so release?" Brown … [Read more...] about Video shows Roswell, Georgia cops flipping coin to decide whether to arrest woman
WORLD UFO day is upon us once again and those hunting for extra terrestrial life will be pointing their telescopes skyward once more. But what exactly is the day all about and does it celebrate the Roswell incident? Here's what we know. What is world UFO day? World UFO day is an awareness day for people to gaze at the heavens scanning for unidentified flying objects. The day is observed on July 2 every year and was founded by the UFO hunger Haktan Akdogan. The day is supposed to be a day for everyone to pause and ponder the possibility we are not alone in the universe. WorldUFODay.com's creators said: “World UFO day is the day dedicated to the existence of Unearthly/Unidentified Flying Objects. The first World UFO Day was celebrated in 2001. "There are several reasons why this day has found its way into the world. “One of the first and foremost reasons is to raise awareness about the undoubted existence of UFO's and with that intelligent beings from outer space. “Also … [Read more...] about World UFO Day 2018 is today – how is the date marked and why does it commemorate the Roswell UFO incident?
On 8 July 1947 the Roswell Daily Record newspaper published a front page article with the headline “RAAF Captures Flying Saucer On Ranch in Roswell Region”, and the legend of America's most famous brush with aliens was born. Today, many conspiracy theorists consider the so-called “Roswell incident” to be one of the most conspicuous pieces of evidence that the US government has covered up the existence of extraterrestrial life on Earth. Next month thousands of people from all over the world will travel to the town, the de facto UFO capital of the world, but the Roswell story's position in the public imagination was far from immediate. What was the Roswell incident? On 7 July 1947, around 75 miles north of the town of Roswell in New Mexico, debris from a highly classified project used by the US Army Air Force (the precursor to the US Air Force) to detect atomic bomb tests in the Soviet Union, was recovered from a ranch after being reported by ranch worker William … [Read more...] about The Roswell incident: how ‘UFO sighting’ sparked 70 years of conspiracy theories
The site of the so-called UFO crash in Roswell is being opened to the public for the first time in 71 years. From July 5 visitors can buy tickets to private tours at the site, costing between NZ$130 and NZ$650. Included in the ticket is an authentic Mexican meal, chicken & cheese enchiladas with beans and rice. Organisers say there are plenty of 'surprises' during the tour. The location has become synonymous with conspiracy theories about the US government's knowledge of alien life. In 1947 a local farmer called Mack Brazel noticed a strange object on his farm. It was described as metallic sticks held together with tape, chunks of plastic and foil reflectors, as well as glossy paper-like material. The local sheriff and army air base were called. Over the next few days soldiers collected debris from across the area and took it away in armoured trucks. On July 8 the headline in the local paper read "RAAF Captures Flying Saucer on Ranch in Roswell Region" but the claim was … [Read more...] about Site of Roswell UFO crash to be opened for tours