Former MP Claims Rendlesham UFO 'Not of This World'
Former United States Air Force Military Police officer Steve Longero has come forward recently to recount his version of the Rendlesham forest incident of 1980. Although the Ministry of Defence investigation concluded that that nothing out of the ordinary occurred, the former MP is convinced that the moniker "Britain's Roswell" is appropriate according to what he witnessed.
"I think it was something not from this world," said Longero.
Longero was on guard duty at the weapons storage area when the alarms went off:
According to him, "While on duty that night we had a very sophisticated alarm system and everything just went off. And then I could see these lights over the treetops, and I was thinking, what’s going on? Then they started sending people out there and at first it was hard to believe, all these bright lights."
“It was hard to take in.”
When Longero entered the forest he found it full of other military personnel, and witnessed UFOs with “fluorescent colored lights, like red and green, glowing lights and that’s what they looked like."
He went on to say that he "could see them hovering over the treetops like an eye that [was] almost following everybody.”
Longero was sworn to secrecy at a later debriefing, since "the base had nuclear weapons on site."
He is the latest in a line of former military personnel stationed at the base to come forward, including John Burroughs, Bud Steffens, James Penniston, and retired Colonel Charles Halt.