Updated Part 2: Anomalous Radiation in RAF Bentwaters Unidentified Aerial Phenomena

“I think given the type of radiation that causes certain biological damage,
we're dealing with something exotic, something that serves a purpose that every-day-humans on this Earth have no idea is capable of being done.”

- Pat Frascogna, Esq., representing John Burroughs

“The well-reported Rendlesham Forest/Bentwaters event is an example where it might be postulated that several observers were probably exposed to Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) radiation for longer than normal UAP sighting periods.”

- Page F-4, ANNEX F, “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena in the UK
Air Defence Region: Executive Summary, Scientific & Technical
Memorandum - No. 55/2/00,” Ministry of Defence, December 2000

Computer illustration of sketch by John Burroughs of lights he encountered in Rendlesham Forest around 3 AM, December 26, 1980, when he was a USAF Airman 1st Class in the 81st Security Police Squadron C Flight at Bentwaters AFB, U. K. near Woodbridge. He said, “The lights were red and blue, the red one above the blue ones, and they were flashing on and off.” Artwork by John Rackham.
Computer illustration of sketch by John Burroughs of lights he encountered in Rendlesham Forest around 3 AM, December 26, 1980, when he was a USAF Airman 1st Class in the 81st Security Police Squadron C Flight at Bentwaters AFB, U. K. near Woodbridge. He said, “The lights were red and blue, the red one above the blue ones, and they were flashing on and off.” Artwork by John Rackham.

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December 20, 2013 Jackson, Mississippi, and Sedona, Arizona - I talked with John Burroughs’s attorney, Pat Frascogna, about the possible link between anomalous radiation in Rendlesham Forest and injury to John’s heart and other damage such as the cataract in his left eye.

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