“I found that there were burn marks on the tree limbs all the way around the vehicle landing site (tripod indentations)... it was like a gyroscopic object sitting there and spinning like a top. As it spun around, it was burning into the wood in the trees.”
- Monroe Nevels, S/Sgt. (Ret.), 1980 RAF Bentwaters Disaster PreparednessReturn to Part 1 August 2010 series of fourteen RAF Bentwaters reports. July 30, 2010 Tuscola, Texas - Part 2 continues with former RAF Bentwaters Disaster Preparedness Technician Staff Sergeant Monroe Nevels describing the lights, beams and “spacecraft” that he, Lt. Col. Charles Halt and others saw after midnight on Sunday, December 28, 1980, in Rendlesham Forest beyond the RAF Woodbridge East Gate.
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