Aliens ‘interfered’ with nuclear weapons at Suffolk base

FORMER members of the US Air Force have revealed aliens interfered with nuclear weapons at a Suffolk base in the 1980’s.

Lieutenant Colonel Charles Halt was deputy base commander at RAF Woodbridge in December 1980 when patrolmen from the United States Air Force claimed they saw a small, triangular shaped craft moving backwards through Rendlesham Forest before taking off.

He claimed at a press conference in Washington today that UFO’s had tampered with nuclear missiles in the US and the UK.

Lt Col Halt told the press conference he was working at RAF Bentwater near Rendlesham in 1980 when he had the encounter.

He said early one morning in December 1980 several of his base’s security forces saw lights in the forest near Woodbridge.

Two USAF patrolmen sent to approach the lights reported a craft, describing it as triangular, dark and metallic in appearance, Lt Col Halt told the press conference.

He said it quickly and silently “vanished at high speed.”

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He added: “Milling around one of the individuals saw a bright glowing object like an eye.

“It would appear to be winking and was shedding molten metal and silently moving through the trees and at one point it actually approached us.”

He then described how the object exploded into five white objects which became visible in the sky.

“I have no idea what I saw that night but I do know it was under intelligent control.

“My theory is that it was from another dimension or extra-terrestrial,” Lt Col Halt said.

UFO researcher Robert Hastings told the press conference earlier they were there to “address the vital issue of UFO incursions at US nuclear weapons sites over the past six decades.”

Among the incidents used as an example of evidence aliens had targeted nuclear weapons was the famous Rendlesham Forest incident, often described as ‘Britain’s Roswell’.

The incident, in the early hours of December 27, 1980, was never fully explained.

Several US Air Force personnel reported seeing a strange metallic object hovering in the forest near RAF Woodbridge in Suffolk.

The object apparently left three depressions in the ground.

But papers released by the National Archives show the Ministry of Defence’s final position was that there was “no evidence of anything having intruded into British airspace”.

But speaking at the conference today Mr Hastings said: “More than 100 former or retired US Air Force personnel - once trusted to operate or guard weapons of mass destruction - have come forward and revealed ongoing UFO surveillance of, and occasional interference with, our nuclear weapons.

“This information alters the historical perspective on the nuclear arms race and much, much more.

“The fact that the Pentagon and CIA have successfully kept the truth from public view for so long is in itself mind-boggling.”