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From: James Easton <pulsar@compuserve.com>
Date: Sun, 10 Jan 1999 23:41:30 -0500
Fwd Date: Mon, 11 Jan 1999 10:56:41 -0500
Subject: Re: HOT GOSSIP UK - JANUARY 1999

>From: Georgina Bruni <georgina@easynet.co.uk>
>Date: Sat, 09 Jan 1999 22:51:51 +0000
>To: updates@globalserve.net
>Subject: HOT GOSSIP UK - JANUARY 1999


>Researcher James Easton has done some interesting research on the
>Rendlesham Forest case.  That said, he's been a little naughty, and
>anyone would think - judging from his recent Internet posts - that
>he was the only person ever to have investigated the case.  Stanton
>Friedman once said that he felt he's been "airbrushed out of the
>Roswell case" by researchers who'd built upon his work, and I wonder
>whether Jenny Randles and Georgina Bruni feel the same way.

I'm sure, as we will see, that Jenny doesn't and it wouldn't take
Sherlock Holmes to detect who is in truth feeling somewhat miffed.

>Easton's Internet posts are full of references to his own papers on
>the subject, but mysteriously fail to mention any dissenting views.
>I wonder why.

And I sometimes wonder if I live in a parallel universe...

>For those who'd like some balance, check out Jenny Randles' paper
>Seeing the Forest for the Trees (IUR, Summer Edition)....

Alternatively, those interested in the case might have cleverly
noticed the apparently concealed contents of 'Resolving
Rendlesham: New Insights and Past Claims  Examined', which

I was pleased to read the recent article "Seeing the Forest for
the Trees: New Twists in the Bentwaters Case", written by Jenny

Jenny has researched the extraordinary 'Rendlesham forest' story
since early 1981 and her latest book, 'UFO Crash Landing?'[2],
is an invaluable summary of the case history.

The critical new evidence I had published earlier this year in
'Rendlesham Unravelled'[3] was a challenge to convictions,
including my own, that the case had any substance at all, let
alone the purported contact with an extraterrestrial

Her public response is therefore welcome as it raises issues
which need to be addressed and in doing so, the evidence
presented in this document will hopefully result in further
unravelling and understanding a complex series of events.



[1] 'Seeing the Forest for the Trees: New Twists in the
Bentwaters Case', by Jenny Randles
International UFO Reporter (IUR), Summer 1998, pp 16-19 & 28, 30


It was published in August 1998.

Also foremost in 'Pulsar Newsletter - Issue No. 1' was:

1. The 'Rendlesham forest' affair. Ministry of Defence employee
Nick Pope enters the fray.


In a statement dated 27th August, Nick Pope comments on these
latest developments -

Which drew attention to and addressed a statement which Georgina
Bruni had published on behalf of Nick Pope.

The newsletter was released in September 1998.

Contrary to current claims that I "mysteriously fail to mention
any dissenting views", the Jenny Randles' article was
comprehensively referenced and discussed SIX MONTHS ago.

Seems this 'Gossip' ain't so 'Hot'.

Perhaps Georgina's newsletter is not so much 'Hot Gossip' as
evidently 'Tepid Tittle-Tattle'...

>Easton is continuing to amuse serious researchers with his theory
>that the UFO seen by Lt Col Charles Halt and his team was the beam
>from the Orford Ness lighthouse.  This is despite the fact that Halt
>has made it abundantly clear that he was entirely familiar with the
>lighthouse, and had it in view throughout his encounter.

Once...if... Georgina ever gets up to speed, she might care to
further consider the following from 'Pulsar Newsletter - Issue
No. 2':

1. The 'Rendlesham forest' affair. Photographic evidence
reaffirms lighthouse was the source of UFO scares. [End]

It was published in December 1998, but take your time...

All of my published material remains archived at URL:

WWW: http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/pulsar/

>There's also the fact that there were physical traces indicating that
>a structured craft had been present - damage to nearby trees, and
>indentations in the ground.  These holes were surveyed with a Geiger
>Counter, and although the actual levels are the subject of legitimate
>debate, it's not disputed that levels peaked in the holes (and on the
>nearby damaged trees), and fell away in the surrounding area.

It isn't only disputed, it's a proven fact that the 'levels
peaked' in the surrounding area unrelated to the 'UFO' incident
- see the aforementioned response and challenge to Nick Pope's

Then again, that seems to be way ahead of where Georgina's
'research' currently stands.

It's regrettable if Georgina and 'Camelot International', who I
understand can be held ultimately responsible for claims made
within 'Hot Gossip', are consummately embarrassed, however,
there's little option other than to, again, highlight the
incompetent and woeful research which comprises the 'Hot Gossip'

E-mail: pulsar@compuserve.com

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