Article by Caroline Culot April 21, 2020 (edp24.co.uk)
• As many know, the Rendlesham Forest UFO incident in Suffolk, England occurred when American personnel from nearby military base RAF Bentwaters claimed they saw unusual lights, a mist, and a delta shaped craft with a ‘non-human’ entity in the forest. Skeptics blamed it on everything from bright stars, to a lighthouse, to a British prank on the Americans. The British Ministry of Defence stated at the time that the event posed no threat to national security and therefore it was never investigated. Today the forest is a popular destination for families and even has its own ‘UFO trail’.
• The film production company, ‘Indigo Transmit’ based in Ely, Cambridgeshire, UK, is currently in production on a new feature-length documentary movie about the Rendlesham Forest Incident entitled ‘Capel Green’, based on real-life events that were reported by military personnel back in December 1980. (see 4:37 minute trailer below)
• The filmmakers claim they have new witness accounts never before revealed on camera. One of them is sergeant Michael Stacy Smith who says he saw a red “glowing ball” two feet off the ground at the site. He said that he even cocked his M60 machine gun. “I was scared to death, I didn’t know if it was going to hurt me,” Smith told the filmmakers.
• The film’s director and producer, Dion M. Johnson, touts the use of aerial drones to capture “spooky aerial footage” and to recreate an alien spaceship hovering over a Suffolk forest. The drone photography gives “this film a unique cinematic feel,” says Johnson.
The famous case of an alleged Suffolk UFO sighting is the focus of a new film – with a Norfolk drone operator playing the ‘alien’.
Graeme Taplin – who runs Drone Photography, and whose day job usually consists of flying his craft over houses and fields for commercial use – never imagined he would be playing a starring role in something right out of the X-Files.
But when invited to recreate an alien spaceship hovering over a Suffolk forest, Mr Taplin, from Bunwell, was delighted.
His drone creates spooky aerial footage for a new feature-length documentary Capel Green, based on real-life events that were reported by military personnel back in December 1980.
The incident, so famous it is often called ‘Britain’s Roswell’ referring to an event in the US in 1947 when people believed a spaceship had crashed landed, recalls a night of unexplained events in a field called Capel Green at Rendlesham Forest, near Woodbridge.
A group of American personnel from nearby military base RAF Bentwaters claim they saw unusual lights, a mist and delta shaped craft with a ‘non-human’ entity. At the time the MOD stated the event posed no threat to national security and it was therefore never investigated. Sceptics have said it was everything from a fireball to a nearby lighthouse or bright stars. More recently, it was said to be a prank by the British on the Americans.
4:37 minute movie trailer for “Capel Green” (‘Capel Green Rendlesham Forest Movie’ YouTube)
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