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Rendlesham Forest UFO incident
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Penn Wooding
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September 13, 2015 - 3:46 pm
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Ever since I got the Internet back in 1995 I have been aware of the Rendlesham Forest UFO incident in 1980. However, I just find it completely laughable how the story has been embellished over the years. I've just been watching a program called codes and conspiracies and they were talking about this incident. Now they're saying that two of the military folk somehow had lost time and when they realised what had happened found that their watches were 45 minutes apart. That's the first time I've ever had this, and I've watched a lot of programs that have covered this story. And Nick Pope is just as bad, he seems to have quite a lot to say 'n his story seems to get more elaborate every time he talks about this incident.

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I've always loved this story, but I've never heard of lost time. Here you can listen to and read the transcripts and it mentions nothing of lost time.

 

Here is the memo and it mentions nothing of lost time either. It just sounds like a way that show is trying to get ratings.

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Well it could be they went back and interviewed them again. But I would still find it very odd that they didn't report something like that back then. 

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I've been writing to someone in England for a couple of months now and she says most people around the base believe the original stories.

Said the men who were stationed there were highly credible and pretty much had to be with the old war still going on. Any lights witnessed around that base would have surely been  investigated and reported, what ever they were.

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