It’s getting to that time of year

No, not when that guy in the red suit comes down the chimney. Think back to 1980 when a base, allegedly housing nuclear weapons was breached by a craft of unknown origin.

Photo by Gianluca Carenza on Unsplash

US Military Police Officers went out of the base on to UK territory to investigate the lights that had previously bee seen.

Of course I’m talking about the Rendlesham Forest incident during Christmas and New Year. I’m not going into any great detail as it has been done to death at conferences, in blogs and generally on social media.

However, is there something about the darker nights of winter that invite guests from elsewhere and encourage more people to simply observe the sky?

Yet, you are as likely to see something strange during the day as you are at night. Perhaps it is just the darkness that heightens our senses, making us more aware of our surroundings. However, one thing is fore sure. If you don’t look up from your phone whilst you’re out and about, you’ll never see anything of any real interest.





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