Sgt Nevilles Yeah its yellow H I saw a yellow tinge in it too Weird It appears

Sgt nevilles yeah its yellow h i saw a yellow tinge

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Sgt. Nevilles: Yeah, it’s yellow. H: I saw a yellow tinge in it, too. Weird. It appears to be making a little bit this way? Nevilles: Yes, sir. H: It’s brighter than it has been … It’s coming this way. It’s definitely coming this way. Sgt. Ball: Pieces are shooting off! H: Pieces of it are shooting off. Sgt. Ball: At about eleven o’clock. H: There’s no doubt about it—this is weird! When approached, it receded silently into the open field to the east. We watched in amazement for a minute or two. I recorded more on the tape: H: Strange. One again left. Let’s approach the edge of the woods at that point. Can we do without lights? Let’s do it carefully, come on … Okay, we’re looking at the thing, we’re probably about two to three hundred yards away. It looks like an eye winking at you, it’s still moving from side to side and when we put the star scope on it, it’s sort of a hollow center right, a dark center, it’s … Lt. Englund: It’s like a pupil … H: It’s like the pupil of an eye looking at you, winking … and the flash is so bright to the star scope, err … it almost burns your eye. The reflection from the object flickered brightly on the west windows of a farmhouse across the pasture, on the side facing us, and I was concerned for the residents’ safety. We could see the Orford Ness lighthouse farther to the right and a mile or so away, on the far side of the farm house, throughout the event. Suddenly, the object exploded into five white lights that quickly disappeared. We went into the field and looked for residue, but found nothing. We then observed several objects with multiple red, green, and blue lights in the northern sky, which changed in shape from elliptical to round and moved rapidly at sharp angles. Several other objects were seen to the south and one approached at high speed, and then stopped overhead. It 182
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sent down a concentrated white beam—a small, dense pencil-like beam, like a laser beam—very near to where I was standing. It illuminated the ground about ten feet from us, and we just stood there wondering whether it was a signal, some type of communication, or maybe a warning. We really didn’t know. The beam switched off, and the object receded, back up into the sky. I reported on this, once again, into my pocket tape recorder. An object also sent down beams that night near or into the weapons storage area. I was several miles away, but we could see a few beams, and they were reported on the radio from the location. Later, others from the weapons storage area told me they had seen the beams. That caused me a great deal of concern. What was it doing there? The whole time we had difficulty communicating with the base as all three radio frequencies—command, security, and law enforcement—kept breaking up. This activity continued for about an hour. During this entire event, I taped the various sightings as they unfolded on my pocket tape recorder, turning it on and off, and accumulated about eighteen minutes of recorded information.
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