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The Burmarsh Incident

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  • Geoff Richardson
    Burmarsh Incident is one of the most fascinating cases in UK Ufology, it involves virtually all of the aspects of a classic UFO account. A young lady
    Message 1 of 3 , Jun 6, 2006
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      Burmarsh Incident" is one of the most fascinating cases in UK
      Ufology, it involves virtually all of the aspects of a "classic" UFO
      account. A young lady driving along a country road late at night, a
      large triangular craft hovering over a village, anonymous phone
      calls, official denials, M.I.B., threats and phone tapping.
      Who could ask for more?

      See:

      http://www.thewhyfiles.net/burmarsh.html

      A précised version the article "The Burmarsh UFO Incident" by Stuart
      Miller of UFO Review. Many thanks to Stuart for allowing this!

      (Thanks to Chris Rolfe and Jerry Anderson for giving permission for
      this incident to be covered by The WHY? Files.)



      Geoff Richardson

      www.thewhyfiles.net
    • Geoff Richardson
      Very early on the morning of 8th March, 1997, Sarah Hall, a journalist with the Folkestone Herald, was driving home when her attention was caught by a large
      Message 2 of 3 , Feb 5, 2009
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        Very early on the morning of 8th March, 1997, Sarah Hall, a
        journalist with the Folkestone Herald, was driving home when her
        attention was caught by a large triangular object hovering over the
        village of Burmarsh in Kent (U.K.).
        Observing the object from about 300 yards, Sarah described it :
        "It was just this huge triangular thing, which was a
        lot bigger than an aeroplane but there was no way I could have
        mistaken it for an aeroplane or anything like that. It had lights all
        around the outside and this disc attached to the back and a big light
        on the front."
        As Sarah stopped her car the object "literally shot off".

        Sarah was somewhat dismayed, she thought:
        "Oh God, what is this? This is really scary!"
        Sarah continued:
        "It stopped again, sort of another 500 yards away
        from me and it did that four times. It just shot further and further
        away but stopped four times, sort of moved for about five or six
        seconds, stopped for two seconds, then moved again for another five
        or six seconds and so on".

        See:
        The Burmarsh Incident
        http://www.thewhyfiles.net/burmarsh.html

        Geoff Richardson
        www.thewhyfiles.net
        1999 - 2009 The WHY? Files 10th Anniversary
      • whyfiles2001
        Following the M.O.D. s decision to release all of their documents relating to UFOs,several cases are receiving a lot of attention. One of these high interest
        Message 3 of 3 , Feb 18, 2010
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          Following the M.O.D.'s decision to release all of their documents relating to UFOs,several cases are receiving a lot of attention. One of these "high interest cases" is the Burmarsh Incident in which a large triangular UFO was observed hovering above the residence of a senior U.K. politician.

          The incident provoked government correspondence, local newspaper
          reports and an RAF investigation. MoD correspondence concluded:
          "Although the MoD has received reports of an alleged `UFO'
          sighting near Michael Howard's home on March 8, 1997, MoD Air
          Defence staff have confirmed that there is no evidence to suggest
          any unauthorised incursion of the UK Air Defence Region on that
          date."

          Seems like an "open and shut case" but the incident itself and the subsequent investigation spanned several years and involved phone tapping, threats and hacking.

          See: The Burmarsh Incident
          http://www.thewhyfiles.net/burmarsh.html

          Geoff Richardson
          www.thewhyfiles.net
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