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  • The Rendlesham Forest UFO Conspiracy

  • A Close Encounter Exposed as a Top Secret Government Experiment
  • By: Nick Redfern
  • Narrated by: Doug Greene
  • Length: 5 hrs and 37 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Religion & Spirituality, Occult
  • 3.4 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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Summary

"I think you have produced the first truly credible examination of the entire event that is both coherent and correspondent in regard to all of the facts." (Dr. Raymond W. Boeche, founder and former director of the Fortean Research Center)  

“The object was hovering on legs”  

“Something being tested in the area”  

“A world of trouble” 

“Minds were manipulated”  

In the final days of December 1980, strange encounters and bizarre incidents occurred in the heart of Rendlesham Forest, Suffolk, England. Based upon their personal encounters, many of the military personnel who were present at the time believed that something extraterrestrial came down in those dark woods. What if, however, there was another explanation for what happened four decades ago?  

What if that explanation, if revealed, proved to be even more controversial than the theory that aliens arrived from a faraway world? The ramifications for the field of Ufology would be immense. In his new, sensational book, Nick Redfern reveals that one of the most famous UFO cases of all time was really a series of top secret experiments using holograms, mind-control programs, deception, disinformation, conspiracies and cover-ups. The shocking truth of a 40-year-old mystery is now revealed.  

Nick Redfern is the author of more than 60 books. They include Flying Saucers from the Kremlin; The Roswell UFO Conspiracy; Women in Black; Men in Black; Nessie; Chupacabra Road Trip; The Black Diary; and 365 Days of UFOs. Nick has appeared on many TV shows, including the National Geographic Channel’s Paranatural; the SyFy Channel’s Proof Positive; and the Travel Channel’s In Search of Monsters.

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Very poor

Audio is very poor quality. Would not recommend, I always expect good quality from audible this must have slipped the net

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Get to the point

This almost certainly has been narrated by a robot, the way it seems to phonetically break down larger words reminds me a lot of the early days of Siri (listen to the preview!). But I can get past that.

The content itself is well structured.

1. A claim is made or a snippet of an alien story is told.

2. He then outlines a scientific phenomenon that is very very similar and would explain how such a thing could have happened without the involvement of aliens.

3. Finally, he underlines the obvious and rehashes the story, intertwining the two together.

It’s well written but I feel like the content itself could have been a fraction of the length. It’s like when I would add fluff to boost the word count of my essay in school.

Each chapter could easily be summarised by a small article and no content would be missing. It’s a good read but it’s just too long.

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Fascinating take on Rendlesham

Long time fan of Redfern here, this was an intriguing take on the Rendlesham incident & contrasts well with Nick Popes book I read about a year ago. Redfern makes a solid case for a none ET version of events that is perhaps even more ominous in its implications. Audiobook was good although regrettably not narrated by the author himself in his distinctive Wolverhampton accent.

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  • ZombieAteMyPC
  • 15-06-21

A different angle

I think most people dont like this book because it doesn't follow the "It was Aliens" angle. Without giving away too much from the book, Redfern took the time and collected information to form the view that it was a government cover up. It has been documented multiple times through out history that governments have done this kind of experiments on people before so why couldn't it be possible in this case? The answer, it is completely possible but people just dont want to believe it because they want Aliens. Alien could be real but governments also do awful things to unwilling people. You have to stay open minded and Redfern indeed does.

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  • Zachary Stephen Murray
  • 09-08-21

Meh!?

I usually like Mr. Redfern's books. However I didn't find this one all that interesting. I thought the subject matter would've been more intriguing. Instead it was just boring accounts of previous notations from his better books. I'm more of Scully than a Molder however I love a good mystery like everyone else. But I didn't get any of that aww or new info thrill of discovery. Maybe the next one will be better?...