Former detective Gary Heseltine is offering a first-of-its-kind tour of one of the biggest UFO sightings hotspots in the country, Rendlesham Forest in Suffolk.
The committed paranormal investigator has spent the past five years researching the notorious incidents at the site and has just published a book called “Non-Human The Rendlesham Forest Incidents: 42 years of Denial.”
The incident is regarded as the second most important case after Roswell for the UFO community.
The events occurred just outside RAF Woodbridge in late December 1980, where a number of witnesses reported seeing unexplained lights in the sky.
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Sceptics suggest that those who reported seeing unusual things were misinterpreting normal events, such as the Orfordness Lighthouse and stars in the sky.
Mr Heseltine argues that the incident is far more serious than many give it credit, and that it should have been properly investigated.
As part of Mr Heseltine’s work, he has carried out extensive interviews with deputy base commander Lieutenant Colonel Charles I. Halt.
The US military man is revered in the UFO hunting community as one of the most reliable witnesses when it comes to sightings.
In August this year, Gary will be hosting two tours around the forest, offering insights into a case that has become his speciality.
The tours will be limited to 25 people and cost £30 each.
The dates of the tours are yet to be announced, but Gary is hoping for a summer launch.
The UK Ministry of Defence went on record closer to the time to say the lights posed no threat to the public and were therefore not investigated as a security matter.