Roswell was only the beginning An in-depth look at the Rendlesham Forest UFO Incident, the world's most sensational and compelling series of UFO encounters.
In 1980, a UFO was tracked on military radar in Rendlesham Forest, England. It landed near two of the most strategically important military bases in NATO, and was approached by military witnesses who touched the hull. This explosive new book tells the full story of this incident, which is set to become better-known than Roswell.
Written by Nick Pope, an international bestselling author and former government UFO investigator, working closely with John Burroughs and Jim Penniston, the two officers at the heart of the encounters, Encounter in Rendlesham Forest
reveals the first-hand witnesses' full stories for the first time and is supported by numerous formerly-classified documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act. The inside story of these events and their aftermath will change people's perceptions about UFOs and about the true role played by government, the military and the intelligence agencies.
About the Author
NICK POPE is the international bestselling author of two well-known nonfiction books about UFOs and aliens. JIM PENNISTON, USAF, Ret., served over twenty years active duty in the US Air Force. He is currently a lecturer and presenter on the Rendlesham Forest Incident and other related events. JOHN BURROUGHS, USAF, Ret., served twenty-seven years in active and reserve duty in the US Air Force. He is currently a lecturer and presenter on the Rendlesham Forest Incident and other related events.
"[Pope's] questions and detailed evidence certainly give readers on both sides of the UFO debate plenty to chew on" --Publishers Weekly
"Read this book and you will be convinced that we are not alone in the Cosmos. It will open your mind to 'the broader reality' that holds so much promise if we only embrace it positively." --Paul T. Hellyer, Former Defence Minister of Canada
"This is a well-researched, well-written, fascinating explication of the events" --San Francisco Book Review