Halt In Woodbridge: An Air Force Colonel's Thirty-Year Fight to Silence an Authetic UFO Whistle-Blower
One of the most fascinating and intriguing UFO cases of all time occurred in December 1980 in the United Kingdom, near the U.S.-operated military base of RAF Bentwaters, within the Rendlesham Forest. For thirty-five years, it has stood the test of time as something truly extraordinary. Moreover, it has been subject to more controversy than any other UFO case in history, rivaled only by Roswell. One element of this controversy concerns one of the key witnesses of this case, a U.S. airman named Larry Warren, who has been attacked repeatedly by the base's Deputy Commander, Lt. Colonel (later full Colonel) Charles Halt. These attacks have become so misleading and vicious, that they have not only caused serious confusion about what actually happened during the Rendlesham Forest Incident (RFI), but have triggered speculation about Mr. Halt's motives. Peter Robbins is one of the leading experts on the RFI, and is the co-author (with Larry Warren) of Left at East Gate, one of the most important studies of the RFI. Here, Mr. Robbins has not only written a definitive refutation of Mr. Halt's attacks on Larry Warren, but has made the definitive defense of Mr. Warren, proving conclusively that Warren was there, and was truthful in his testimony about what transpired.