RAF Security Officer Speaks Out About The Bentwaters Incident

Wednesday, 30 October 2013 - 11:51AM
Wednesday, 30 October 2013 - 11:51AM
RAF Security Officer Speaks Out About The Bentwaters Incident

Consisting of multiple interactions between military personnel and strange unidentified phenomena, the RAF Bentwaters Incident of December 1980 has long been called the UK's Roswell. Now, a little under 33 years since those events, a security officer at the RAF Bentwaters base has spoken out about the fascinating events and the intimidation that followed them.

 

Released by Sirius Disclosure, this hour long interview with Security Officer Larry Warren details a first hand account of one of the most talked about events in all of Ufology. In great detail, Warren discusses the Bentwaters Incident from the very first encounter, right through to the aftermath, which according to him included the drugging and intimidation of witnesses as part of a massive cover-up.

 

Warren is adamant that he is among a handful of witnesses who have had their memories altered to better fit in with the cover-up. He also believes that, even today, there exists a secret underground facility at the Bentwaters base in which, materials from the encounter have been stored. Even after his honorable discharge from military service, Warren claims he is still feeling the effects of the cover-up. Rejection of passport applications, screening of mail and refusal of military job applications are just a few of the ways that Warren feels he has been victimized because of what he saw back in December 1980.

 

Warren, along with the people at Sirius Disclosure maintain that his story can be backed up with the accounts of others working at the base during the time. But where are these people and where are their accounts? Would this highly detailed and admittedly interesting account be more compelling if it was actually accompanied by similar accounts from other parties?

 

Steven Greer and his disclosure movement have been called out for their wild claims in the past, so has Warren made a mistake by choosing them as an outlet for his story, or are they the perfect bedfellows? One thing is for sure, the Bentwaters/Rendlesham Incident remains one of superior fascination in the world of Ufology and the interest in this confession is proof that this fascination is not going away any time soon.

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