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May 17, 2020 — Nick Redfern

Gene Steinberg

Forum Super Hero
Staff member
Has Nick gotten the goods on the 1980 Rendlesham Forest UFO episode, that it was a government experiment that include mind control?

The mere fact that any government would pull such stunts is bad enough. That it is a compelling investigation that indicates some classic UFO encounters were government tests is even worse. Just what are they up to, and how does that impact the real UFO mystery?

We also invited Nick to continue the discussion on this weekend's episode of After The Paracast.

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Paranormal Maven
Kind of interesting, Nick's proposal that the Roswell craft may have been a lifting body.

Over the years, I've heard brief references to a fin or fins observed on the Roswell craft.

Fins would make no sense for an interstellar craft which uses antigravity propulsion, but would be essential for a lifting body.

Very interesting.

-- Squirrel


Paranormal Adept
We can't be sure what the Roswell craft looked like. I believe its was Kaufmann who mentioned a winged or finned craft, but somewhat more recent testimony by Haut mentioned a egg-shape. Btw if the Roswell craft was an escape pod, fins would make sense. Btw see this:
Starman's Future Visions