posted by RRRGroup at
Friday, January 15, 2016
I doubt if anyone has the desire or motivation to go into such stories now. It is just another 'false trail' that will lead precisely nowhere. Why is this guy 'Robert' still only known by his christian name? And where are all those papers (how many pages?) of the great documents that allegedly prove that Roswell and Rendlesham were real ET events?Haven't we all had more than enough of tales such as this? Nick Redfern seems to want to throw the burden on someone else to investigate. No thanks! It belongs in the garbage can.
By cda, at Friday, January 15, 2016
CDA: I put the story out there because it's an interesting one. Randles wrote about it extensively in one of her books, and I interviewed her for several hours on it back in 1997. I don't know - and Randles admitted she didn't too - if any credence should be given to it. But, putting the story out there (after it's been languishing in obscurity for decades) may move the story further. Or it may not. I don't "want to throw the burden" on someone else. I'm sharing the story in case anyone is interested in taking it further for a very simple reason: I haven't got the time to dig it all up again and follow every lead and trail etc, etc contained in the story. But, by me summarizing it in a small article, it might prompt someone else to dig further. You don't feel it's worth pursuing. But, others might. Researcher Benton Jamison looked into this in the 80s or 90s and specifically on the "Frederick Hauser" issue. That might be a place for someone to start. There are/were other people involved too.
By Nick Redfern, at Friday, January 15, 2016
Good old Randles! We don't see enough of her these days...
By Daniel Transit, at Friday, January 15, 2016
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