The Man Who Turned Wycliffe Well Into Australia’s UFO Capital

by Eden Gillespie                    May 24, 2019                    (10daily.com.au)

• In 1985, Lew Farka took over a 60-acre property with a roadhouse/gas station at Wycliffe Well in the Northern Territory of Australia and transformed it into alien theme park after learning about the long history of UFO sightings in the area. There were even handwritten records from World War II servicemen who wrote about spotting UFOs during the night. He only planned on staying five years, but ended up spending 25 years and $4 million dollars on the place, putting the Northern Territory on the map for UFO enthusiasts.

• Farka claims to have spotted more than 30 UFOs until he packed up and sold the place in 2009. The UFOs look like “light bulbs” – “great big balls of light” hovering 10 kilometres from the caravan park for 40 minutes each night. Then they would take off like “a rocket” into the sky. At one point, Wycliffe had a UFO encounter every day for almost a month. At the end of that month, one of the UFOs veered a bit from where it normally was and came into the caravan park. “[E]veryone scattered like you wouldn’t believe,” Farkas said. “We lost some kangaroos that panicked, the horses and the donkeys and the camels, everyone went crazy.”

• Farka believes Wycliffe Well lures extraterrestrials because of its “ley-lines” or “energy lines” that run along the earth. “It’s like a highway for them. In our area, it’s the crossroads, so no matter where they were going in the world they’d be crossing over in the Northern Territory,” says Farka. He also notes that they may be connected to the top secret military installation at nearby Pine Gap, a US satellite surveillance site in Alice Springs. But there hasn’t been a UFO sighting at Wycliffe since 2017.

• At its peak, Wycliffe attracted backpackers from all over the globe. The property had country dancing, a mini zoo to be proud of with kangaroos, peacocks and emus, and the largest range of beer in the Northern Territory, offering around 300 different beer labels. “In those days the Northern Territory was like the Wild West. There was a small population, the road wasn’t filled. Anybody with inspiration, with ideas, you could just do what you liked,” Farka said.

• Farka’s daughter, Elvina, is now in her 30’s and a top fashion photographer based in Singapore. The kids and their mother were forced to leave Wycliffe Well to be closer to the Alice Springs school, a four hour drive away and would only visit on weekends or school holidays. The Farka kids were ridiculed over their extraordinary family business. “There was an Elvis statue in the middle of the park and alien masks, Wycliffe t-shirts, it was mortifying for me. But I look back on it now and I think that was…cool,” said Elvina. She holds fond memories of her dad dressing her in a tiny alien costume.

• When it comes to the existence of aliens, Elvina and her brother Ben don’t doubt that we’re not alone. “There are so many theories about why they’re here, whether they’re us from the future, or that we’ve got a particular energy on this planet that they have the power to harness,” Elvina said. “As a human race, you’ve got to be relatively naive to think there’s nothing else out there,” added Ben.

 

Lew Farka lived in Wycliffe Well, in the Northern Territory, and claimed to have spotted more than 30 UFOs until he packed up and sold the place in 2009.

According to Farka, UFOs look like “light bulbs” and he believes Wycliffe Well lures extraterrestrials because of its “ley-lines” or “energy lines” that run along the earth.

“It’s like a highway for them. In our area, it’s the crossroads, so no matter where they were going in the world they’d be crossing over in the Northern Territory,” he told 10 daily.

As to why UFOs make the long journey to Earth, Farkas posits they could be mining valuable minerals that we haven’t discovered a use for yet.

Another theory Farkas suggests is that they’re inspecting human military installations at nearby Pine Gap, a US satellite surveillance site in Alice Springs.

The former sailor took over from the former the roadhouse owner in 1985 and transformed Wycliffe Well into an alien theme park of sorts after learning about the history of UFO sightings in the area.

He heard several anecdotes from the local Indigenous population about UFO encounters, and read handwritten records from World War II from servicemen who wrote about spotting unidentified objects during the night.

He only planned on staying five years in Wycliffe Well, but ended up spending 25 years and $4 million dollars on the place, putting the Northern Territory on the map for lovers of the unexplained.

On 60 acres of land, Farkas lorded over a caravan park, a petrol station and roadhouse and built an auditorium, as well as a lake for fishing.

Now described as “faded” and “unloved”, some say there hasn’t been a UFO sighting at Wycliffe since 2017.

It’s a far cry from Wycliffe was like at its peak, attracting backpackers from all over the globe.

During its hayday, it had country dancing, a mini zoo to be proud of with kangaroos, peacocks and emus, and the largest range of beer in the Northern Territory.

Thirsty backpackers were spoiled for choice with around 300 different beer labels on offer.

“In those days the Northern Territory was like the Wild West. There was a small population, the road wasn’t filled. Anybody with inspiration, with ideas, you could just do what you liked,” Farkas said.

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Is Rudloe Manor the British Equivalent of America’s Roswell?

by Verona Jones                   May 21, 2019                   (huluwatcher.com)

• Underneath the typical English estate of Rudloe Manor (pictured above) are over two million square feet of underground tunnels, created during the 1930’s when Rudloe’s quarry was mined for Bath Stone. During the second world war, Rudloe Manor housed the Royal Air Force in these underground tunnels. The British government confiscated Rudloe manor and surrounding properties during WWII to build a munitions dump. However, Rudloe Manor was never released by England’s Ministry of Defense.

• Rudloe Manor is situated in the center of Wiltshire county where the majority of crop circles have been found. It is also home to Avebury Henge and Stonehenge, both Neolithic structures that are older than the Egyptian pyramids, and to ancient mounds, prehistoric sites, and burrows. This makes Wiltshire county a “window area” location that is prone to UFO sightings.

• After the famous American writer Dorothy Kilgallon wrote a newspaper article about a UFO crash in the 1940s, Rudloe became Britain’s version of Roswell. Kilgallon said she received her tips from an unidentified high-ranking British official who claims that the crashed spacecraft and its alien crew were gathered up by the British government and secreted away. Kilgallon died under rather mysterious circumstances. Is it possible that Kilgallon was silenced because of what she knew about the Rudloe UFO? Or was it because she was on the verge of discovering the plot surrounding the JFK assassination? No one is certain. All of her research on both JFK’s murder and the information about the British UFO crash went missing.

• On January 23, 1974, locals claimed that a spaceship crashed in the Berwyn Mountains in Wales, UK. The military were there in an instant to sanitize the area. The government claimed that it was simply an earthquake. Later they changed it to a meteorite to account for the bright lights that the local population saw in the sky that night. Declassified documents indicate that the British government does indeed know about the Berwyn Mountain UFOs, and theorists claim that the remains of the Welsh craft were taken to Rudloe Manor.

• In Season 12, Episode 3 of History’s “Ancient Aliens”, Giorgio A. Tsoukalos and former Ministry of Defense employee Nick Pope pay a visit to Rudloe Manor and the Corsham Computer Center (CCC) which is two miles away and connected to Rudlow Manor by the tunnel system. Tsoukalos found the site encircled by barbed wire fencing with patrol dogs and security cameras. A few minutes after his arrival, the local police show up and order the film crew to stop filming and leave the site. The MOD claims that the site is simply a data processing center for the Royal Navy. But there is no sign stating that this is Navy property. All of the secrecy points to a cover-up. (see 5:05 minute ‘Ancient Aliens’ clip on the Rudloe Manor below)

 

In Season 12, Episode 3 of Ancient Aliens, the mystery of Rudloe Manor is explored at depth. At first glance, the Rudloe Manor looks like any other English estate, but underneath the house and property, there are over two million square feet of underground tunnels.

The tunnels were created during the 1930s when Rudloe’s quarry was mined for Bath Stone. The mineral mined was used to build the nearby city known as Bath. During the second world war, Rudloe Manor housed the Royal Air Force (RAF) in her underground tunnels.

Now, this is where the mystery begins. England confiscated Rudloe manor and surrounding properties during the war to build munitions dumps. However, unlike other private installations used by the military during the war, Rudloe Manor was never released from England’s Ministry of Defense (MOD).

       Wiltshire County, UK

It was rumored that Rudloe was Britain’s version of Roswell because an American reporter and writer Dorothy Kilgallon had written a newspaper article about a crash in the 1940s. Kilgallon titled “One of the greatest women writers in the world” by Ernest Hemingway was known to have some of the most powerful contacts in the world. Although, Kilgallon had no proof of anything she wrote.

According to Kilgallon, she received her tips from a high-ranking British official who wished to remain unidentified (surprise…surprise). Neither the American or British government have been transparent when it comes to the subject of UFO’s which gives us reason to believe that something strange happened at Rudloe.

Like Roswell, the spacecraft remains along with the aliens were gathered up by the British government and secreted away. Ancient alien theorists believed that to be Rudloe Manor.

5:05 minute Ancient Aliens clip on the Rudloe Manor

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UFO Caught on Camera Moments Before Cloaking and Hiding

by Julio Cachila                      May 25, 2019                       (ibtimes.com)

• A four-year-old girl in Airdrie, Scotland, a town in North Lanarkshire, pointed out an object in the night sky to her father, who then video recorded the UFO above a tree line. The footage shows the UFO as it was hovering, but then it suddenly vanishes. The girl’s father can be heard saying “it just disappeared.” (see 2:34 minute video of UFO cloaking below)

• The eyewitness says “the craft engaging it’s ‘Cloaking technology’ because the UFO didn’t fly out of view, it simply vanished.” It did vanish into thin air, and was nowhere to be found after that.

• With today’s technology and a bit of acting, UFO “sightings” can be easily faked. A video from 2018, posted by YouTuber SECTION 51 2.0 titled “Ring-shaped UFOS in ICELAND (CGI)”, for example, shows how computer-generated UFOs can look real. The video shows two huge ring-shaped UFOs flying off the coast of southern Iceland. They are “caught on camera” by a woman who was making sounds like she was terrified. Despite the YouTuber’s honesty in saying the video featured CGI, some viewers still believed the video and thought that the UFOs featured were real because of the woman’s “petrified” voice. (see 3:33 minute fake CGI video of ring craft over Iceland below)

 

A UFO enthusiast shared some footage of what he claimed to be a UFO sighting in Scotland. The footage showed the alleged UFO as it was hovering, but suddenly vanished.

Self-titled UFO expert Scott Waring shared a video of a UFO flying above trees in Airdrie, a town in North Lanarkshire, Scotland. He said the video was posted on YouTube by a “reliable UFO expert” with a YouTube account named “The Hidden Underbelly 2.0.” Waring shared the video on the ET Database.

The video showed something dark colored hovering in the sky above the trees near a house where the person holding the camera was. Waring said that according to an eyewitness, the flying object was first spotted by a four-year-old girl, followed by her father who, after a few moments, “realised that this was a UFO.”

Soon, the “UFO” moved slowly towards the trees, but before it could actually hide from plain sight behind the foliage, it suddenly vanished. A man, likely the girl’s father, could be heard saying “it just disappeared.”

2:34 minute video of UFO cloaking over Airdrie, Scotland
(The Hidden Underbelly 2.0 YouTube video)


3:33 minute CGI video of ring craft over Iceland (SECTION 51 2.0 YouTube channel)

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