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Retired Colonels will share UFO experiences and thoughts on government involvement at UFO conference in February


The U.S. military claims to no longer investigate UFO sightings. That does not mean that there is no interest, nor does it mean UFOs are not being seen by military personnel. Two former Colonels have been researching this phenomenon for decades. One was a witness to the UK’s most famous mass-UFO sighting, and the other worked in intelligence and, along with colleagues, made inquiries as to what the government really knows about UFOs. He has since had his own sightings, and believes a number of strange phenomenon are associated with UFO experiences. Both will be sharing their insight into these topics at the International UFO Congress in Fountain Hills next month.

Charles Halt in 1981.

Charles Halt in 1981.

Retired U.S. Air Force Colonel Charles Halt was the deputy base commander at RAF (Royal Air Force) Woodbridge on December 27, 1980 when strange lights were witnessed by base security in the early morning hours. The lights were over the Rendlesham Forest in Suffolk, England. Woodbridge, along with her sister base, RAF Bentwaters, on the other side of the forest, were both on lease to the U.S. Air Force.

Base security police were allowed to leave the gate and investigate. They returned saying they had seen unusual lights, and a triangular shaped craft that hovered over a field before raising into the sky above tree level and darting off into the night sky.

Halt was skeptical of the claims, even though the next day, impressions were found in the field where the craft was seen, along with…

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