SAS and Aliens

#1
I bring this to the NAAFI as I cant bear to publish it in any serious forum.

Apparently, reported in the People in 1997 of an incident 4 years earlier:

Source : The People (UK newspaper), July 13, 1997 page 29 By Joe Brady



[h=2]SAS In Alien Riddle Troops saw "four little grey men" walk into ambush - then vanish[/h]


SAS soldiers waiting to ambush IRA gunmen were stunned when aliens
walked in front of their gun-sights, it was claimed yesterday.

The undercover troops - hiding near an arms cache on a hillside in
South Armagh - say they saw up to four small grey figures.

The "aliens" and soldiers stared at each other for a minute. Then the
"spacemen" disappeared - and seconds later the eight SAS troops saw a
flash in the sky.

They were so disturbed by what they had seen that they took the rare
decision to abandon the stake-out.

Their commander was furious - and their comrades in the elite Special
Air Service Regiment laughed or accused them of being high on drugs.

But the eight stuck to their story and it was accepted. Now, four years
later, it has been revealed to a Ulster UFO study group by a former
Army intelligence officer.

Belfast-based expert Hugh O'Brien said: "We are trying to interview the
soldiers even though some may be too embarrassed to come forward.

"We have learned that on that morning they were convinced they saw
three, perhaps four, small grey figures in human form.

"At no stage did the soldiers feel threatened. They simply could not
believe what they were seeing.

"The alien forms made no move towards them but judging from what the
soldiers told their regimental priest and commanding officer, the
aliens knew the soldiers were there. It was like a stand-off. Within a
few minutes, probably much less, the aliens disappeared.

"All the men can recall is that in a very quick space of time they saw
a brief flash of light in the sky."

Mr O'Brien added: "These men were fit, highly-trained observers and to
put it down to some flight of imagination would be absurd."

The weapons cache was recovered by other soldiers.
Has anyone ever heard of this before??
 
#5
#7
I know, must have lived under a rock although I dont remember it being on sale and can say in my weak defence I never read it whence i graced those shores.

Googling now I wish I had researched before I posted, apparently Gazza is challengind Freddie Flintoff (who is now a boxer) to a boxing innings. What kind of warped reality is happening in the UK if the People are to be believed. An alcoholic ex soccer player challenging an Ashes Winning cricketer who has now become a boxer to a fight.

Pass me the glue.
 
#11
TeleO'Tubbies?
 
#15
Not heard that one, but have heard of a crop circle appearing slap bang in front of an OP and nobody saw a thing until the sun came up.
 
#18
Didn't an SAS team come up against a pack of werewolves up in the Scottish Highlands once or did I just see that in a crap B movie?
 
#19
Aside from it being in the Naffi, why is this ridiculous ??

there are reports of them being seen for centuries. The phenomena change material form according to the culture in which they are seen. They are "just believable" occupying a place upon the edge of our consciousness.

Forget the nuts and bolts UFO sightings book of which there are a plethora. I recommend Jaques Vallee "dimensions" (1986) as a good explanation of the known interaction of the phenomena and humanity thus far, it contains a depth of historical perspective as well..it is a reworking of his other book "Passport to Magonia" written in the 60s.
 
#20
Aside from it being in the Naffi, why is this ridiculous ??

there are reports of them being seen for centuries. The phenomena change material form according to the culture in which they are seen. They are "just believable" occupying a place upon the edge of our consciousness.

Forget the nuts and bolts UFO sightings book of which there are a plethora. I recommend Jaques Vallee "dimensions" (1986) as a good explanation of the known interaction of the phenomena and humanity thus far, it contains a depth of historical perspective as well..it is a reworking of his other book "Passport to Magonia" written in the 60s.
Can I borrow your tinfoil hat when you finished with it?
 

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