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UFOs in the U.K.

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Date Host George Noory
Guests Nick Pope, Rosemary Ellen Guiley

Filling in for Art Bell, George Noory welcomed the former leader of the British Government's UFO Project, Nick Pope, for a discussion on UFO cases and disclosure. The Ministry of Defence, which has been studying UFOs since 1950, is preparing to release previously classified UFO files in three phases, Pope reported.

Freedom of Information requests have already led to the release of material on the UK's most famous UFO case-- the Rendlesham Forest Incident, which took place over a series of nights in 1980 (selected documents can be viewed here). Indentations in the ground left by the craft were found to have high levels of radiation as well as nearby tree branches, he detailed.

Pope also reviewed the Cosford Incident, in which sightings took place over an Air Force Base on March 30, 1993. Military personnel reported seeing a large triangular-shaped craft fire a narrow beam of light into a field, as though it was looking for something. A low frequency humming was heard, and a witness said the craft, which had been moving slowly, suddenly shot away at a high rate of speed.

Dream Work

First hour guest, author Rosemary Ellen Guiley talked about the significance of dreams. A person can boost their recall by "programming" themselves to remember their dreams. Catnip tea before bed can make dreams more vivid which also might aid in recall, she noted. In addition to articles on her site, Guiley recommended the International Assoc. for the Study of Dreams (asdreams.org) as a resource for working with dreams.

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Last Night

Marc McPherson discussed high strangeness associated with Canada's Nahanni National Park, including a region called "The Valley of Headless Men." Next, Arlen Schumer talked about Rod Serling and The Twilight Zone. Open Lines followed in the latter half.

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