Part 11: Update – Bentwaters 1980, Telepathic Lights?

“If you took three handfuls of colored fire and put them together and you saw one color and then saw another color and saw another color, you would get the feeling that it’s not blinking, but that it was turning.”

- Former RAF Bentwaters Airman Lori Buoen

Fiery, orange-red sphere that former Airman Lori Buoen, D Flight law enforcement, RAF Bentwaters/Woodbridge, reported after midnight to her Flight Chief  Master Sgt. Glen Whitehead, on December 27, 1980, after Lori watched the unidentified light move slowly down into Rendlesham Forest. Illustration © 2010 by Lori Buoen.
Fiery, orange-red sphere that former Airman Lori Buoen, D Flight law enforcement, RAF Bentwaters/Woodbridge, reported after midnight to her Flight Chief  Master Sgt. Glen Whitehead, on December 27, 1980, after Lori watched the unidentified light move slowly down into Rendlesham Forest. Illustration © 2010 by Lori Buoen.

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August 2010 series of fourteen RAF Bentwaters reports.

April 17, 2010  Albuquerque, New Mexico - The computer graphic below was produced by John Burroughs and U. K. researcher, John Rackham, of what John remembers seeing in the forest on December 26, 1980.

- Not a crashing airplane.
- Not the planet Mars.
- And definitely not the Orford Ness lighthouse!

 Computer illustration of sketch by John Burroughs of lights in Rendlesham Forest, 3 AM, December 26, 1980. Artwork by John Rackham.
Computer illustration of sketch by John Burroughs of lights in Rendlesham Forest, 3 AM, December 26, 1980. Artwork by John Rackham.

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